Discover How to Beat Insomnia Naturally & Enjoy a Great Night’s Sleep!
Revealed Below: The Secrets You Need to Know to Fall Asleep Fast, Sleep Through the Night & Awaken Feeling Rested, Refreshed & Rejuvenated!
If you or someone you love is currently battling insomnia then this is definitely the most important letter you will read today!
There’s a new ebook available that reveals how you can naturally, and safely, overcome insomnia and get a great night’s sleep … night after night after night.
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It should be a very simple thing to go to sleep.
How complex should something be that is an innate ability after all? The truth is it shouldn’t take much effort at all. When we’re newborns, we can eat, sleep and wet the bed – and these automatic functions continue throughout our lives. So in theory we should just be able to close our eyes, relax and head off to dreamland.
But unfortunately it doesn’t work that way for many, many people.
In fact, according to the very latest statistics, there are approximately 60 million people suffering from insomnia. When you break that down, that means insomnia affects approximately 40 percent of all women and 30 percent of all men.
To make matters worse, this ruthless condition seems to drive some people to the edge of madness as they fight to get enough sleep. The effects can be devastating to those afflicted a fact well pointed out by F. Scott Fitzgerald, who once wrote, “The worst thing in the world is to try to sleep and not to.”
But now you don’t have to put yourself through all of that discomfort anymore!
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Discover How to Stop Snoring Quickly & Easily … Without Undergoing Any Risky Surgery!
Here’s Your Chance to Learn Astonishing Non-Surgical Cures for Snoring That Will Have You Sleeping & Feeling Better … in No Time!
If you are unable to get a good night’s sleep due to your own or someone else’s snoring …
Or if you, or a loved one, often wake up gasping for breath or have to continually adjust your sleeping position …
… Then this is definitely the most important letter you will read today!
I’m about to reveal the secrets that will finally help you, or your loved one, stop snoring and get a good night’s sleep tonight … and tomorrow night … and the night after that … and the night after that … and so on!
But first, before we go any farther, let me ask you a quick question:
Did You Know That Snoring is Often Not Just a Minor Annoying Problem But a Symptom of a Much More Serious Health Condition?
Well, it’s true.
You see snoring can also be a symptom of 9 major health conditions, including a potentially life-threatening condition called Sleep Apnea.
Sleep Apnea is when a person involuntarily stops breathing while asleep. It is Sleep Apnea that causes a snorer to breathe so heavily, not to mention loudly.
Sleep Apnea is also what causes a person to wake up gasping, or to continually adjust their sleeping position over and over throughout the night resulting in a lack of deep rest, which has a cumulative degenerative effect on a person, affecting their mood, temperament, and ability to focus, concentrate and be a productive individual.
And that’s why if you or a loved one currently snores, I urge you to continue reading this letter to discover the ebook that contains all the tips and information you need to know to stop snoring … without undergoing any risky surgery!
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Sleep apnea is a condition when you temporarily stop breathing while you’re sleeping or the breaths that you take are shallow. The temporary breathing can last from a few seconds and go on for a few minutes. These breathing interruptions can happen so many times an hour, even more than 30 times within that 60 minute time span.
Afterwards, you would breathe normal again. It may be accompanied by loud snorting or choking. This condition can interrupt you from getting a good night’s sleep. It causes you not to get as much sleep as you need to. Sleep apnea causes you to be tired and sleepy during the day.
This condition is not one of those that are easily diagnosed. Also it is usually not detected during a regular exam with your physician. Because it happens while you are sleeping, you probably would not know that you had it unless someone notice an unusual pattern in your sleeping.
The way that you may find out about it is if someone notices it while you’re sleep. Even then, they probably won’t know that you may have sleep apnea.
Millions of adults are suffering from sleep apnea and don’t know it. The majority of them are overweight or obese. Men suffer from this condition more than women. The older a person is, the more likely they can inherit this condition. With women, they can develop sleep apnea in the post-menopausal stage of their life.
More minority groups, such as African-Americans, Hispanics and Pacific Islanders develop sleep apnea more than other ethnic groups. It can also be inherited from a family member. If you have small airways in your throat, mouth or nose, you are more likely to have this condition.
Young children that have larger than normal tonsil tissues can also develop sleep apnea. You can also be at risk for sleep apnea if you:
• Have high blood pressure
• Potential for having a stroke
• Heart Failure