"Why Can't I Sleep at Night?"
SLEEP is one of the most natural things in life. It’s also one of the most important factors in good health. Yet research indicates that, due to the stresses and lifestyle of our modern world, a large proportion of us get less sleep than we need. Without this precious sleep, we become more susceptible to illness and find it difficult to function well in our daily lives.
In desperation, many sleep-deprived people will resort to medication or alcohol to help them fall asleep at night. Others will simply "veg out" in front of the television. But none of these measures addresses the underlying factors of what is actually keeping you awake at night. What's worse, they can make you more susceptible to sleeplessness, as they create unhealthy imbalances in your body.
Before trying to fix your sleep problem, you need to know what's causing it. In "The Natural Insomnia Solution", you'll learn easy-to-understand scientific explanations – and natural solutions – for 12 of the most common factors that contribute to sleeplessness and wakefulness at night:
3. Waking to use the bathroom
4. Blood sugar fluctuations
5. Cortisol imbalances
6. Sleep apnea and weight gain
7. Inflammation and pain
8. Food sensitivities and leaky gut
9. Neurotransmitter imbalances
10. Hormone imbalances
11. Melatonin dysregulation
You will learn what these causes are, why they are keeping you awake, and how to restore the delicate balance you need to start sleeping well again. You'll also learn how to get the right diagnosis for your sleep problem, and which natural, drug-free solutions could be most effective for correcting your specific issues. To make it easy for you to take action, there is also an extensive list of tests and supplements (and where to find them) at the back of the book.
If you're ready to take back control of YOUR sleep, read The Natural Insomnia Solution.
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