5 Signs You’re
Serious Sleep Loss Consequences
Come As a Shock to Millions
It turns out that sleep loss not only makes you groggy and cranky — it can degrade your quality of life and actually steal years off of your life, as recently confirmed by scientific research at several leading university medical centers. Plus, sleep loss can make you overweight, depressed, or even cause a stroke — all very serious.
Newsmax Health is passionately committed to helping our readers banish needless health risks from their lives. And sleep loss in particular is something you should not have to put up with — not even for one more night.
We are giving these FREE special reports to help you solve many of the leading causes of sleeplessness. Something as simple as removing a few sleep-disrupting items from your bedroom could do the trick for you. Or, perhaps your personal better-sleep solution will come from eliminating certain items from your refrigerator, your pantry, or your medicine cabinet. Other readers will benefit from adding key ingredients to these household places. These and many more solutions are yours in the kit.
These special reports are the work of brilliant doctors who share our commitment to helping you improve your health in simple, sensible ways:
YOUR FREE SPECIAL REPORT #1:
Good Sleep: Stop Insomnia, Reduce Stress, Boost Your Total Health
is by noted neurosurgeon and natural health expert Dr. Russell Blaylock.
You may know Dr. Blaylock best as editor for the past decade of the renowned Blaylock Wellness Report. In this special report, he names specific vitamins, minerals, and natural supplements — readily available at many stores — that can help you fall asleep and stay asleep . . . without the risks and side effects of sleeping pills from the pharmaceutical industry.
And if you’re among those who like to raid the refrigerator for an evening snack, Dr. Blaylock even names the specific food available from your deli that makes the perfect bedtime treat to send you off to dreamland. And since not every remedy is right for every individual, Dr. Blaylock lists a dozen more proven natural remedies for a better night’s sleep.
YOUR FREE SPECIAL REPORT #2:
Dr. Blaylock’s colleague at Newsmax Health, Dr. Gary Small, has just written his own special report, Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health. Dr. Small is professor of psychology at UCLA.
In Sleep Your Way to Better Mental Health, you’ll learn that the one-third of your life you spend sleeping — or trying to sleep — has a profound effect on the other two-thirds. You’ll learn how sleep impacts your mind, and what you can do to get a good, refreshing night’s sleep to help recharge your battery to fully enjoy the next day.
You’ll discover one simple thing you can do at home to help cure your insomnia. You’ll learn also that simply waking up in the middle of the night can eventually lead to depression. If this has been happening to you, you definitely want to take care of it as quickly as possible.
Dr. Small’s research also confirms the link between sleep loss and memory loss. But the good news, he says, is that when you fix the first problem, the second one goes away automatically.
YOUR FREE SPECIAL REPORT #3:
Sleep Deprivation: Are You a Victim?
is based on an interview with Dr. James Maas, a renowned doctor from Cornell University. His observations and recommendations are some of the most fascinating, and most valuable
For starters, Dr. Maas says you need between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, which is more than many people get. Dr. Maas has developed a quick and easy checklist you can use to tell if you may be sleep deprived. For one, if you repeatedly hit the snooze button, you may be sleep deprived. Dr. Maas’ complete checklist will be yours in your copy of Sleep Deprivation: Are You a Victim? If you answer “yes” to one or more of the questions, you are probably sleep deprived. So be sure to check it out in your copy of the report.
Dr. Maas does not mince words when it comes to the consequences of sleep loss. Sleep loss places you in great peril. It slows your reaction time and interferes with your ability to think clearly. These factors could have serious, even deadly consequences.
Now, this is quite fascinating. Dr. Maas says it’s actually possible to calculate the exact amount of sleep you as an individual really need. There are only three factors to consider, and the results are very accurate. So once you have your copy of the Special Reports, you’ll be able to calculate how much sleep you personally need each night.
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Think how much better off you’ll be once you put an end to your nightly sleep interruptions, wake up rested each morning, and gain the assurance that your mind is clear and ready for anything life throws at you. It’s a prescription for greater self-confidence, optimism, and enjoyment of life.
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