There are an ever increasing number of people who suffers from insomnia, perhaps yourself or a loved one are already in those ranks. If so, you’re no doubt aware that sleeping five hours or less per night increases our mortality rate from diseases and accidents by 15%. Left untreated, sleep deprivation can lead to serious health problems including heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, diabetes, accidents and in some extreme cases, death.
The quality of sleep we get is closely linked to how we think, act and feel. So it will be no surprise to learn that eliminating or reducing sleep problems not only improves both health and well-being, it’s big business.
Just walk into any pharmacy or health-food store and you’ll find shelves groaning under the weight of pills, potions, lotions and gizmos that may or may not work and that’s before we get into the prescription drugs. Read More →