How often do you get a good night’s sleep? I’m talking about the kind of deep, rejuvenating, uninterrupted slumber that leaves you feeling refreshed in the morning and ready to take on the day with enthusiasm.
If the answer is “not often,” you’re not alone. Tens of millions of Americans struggle every night to get adequate, restful sleep.
The most common problems people report are:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Tossing and turning
- Waking up periodically
- Waking up too early
If you’ve ever experienced any of these problems, you are probably all too familiar with the immediate consequences of not sleeping well. Getting out of bed in the morning is painful. You don’t feel renewed or energized. You’re lethargic throughout the day and rely on hefty doses of caffeine just to stay awake. Your performance at work may suffer. You’re moody and irritable. You look tired.
A recent study showed that just one night of poor sleep can have a significant negative impact on your blood sugar balance the next day.1 What you may not be aware of, however, is how not sleeping well threatens nearly every aspect of your health and wellbeing, including your longevity. The fact is — your lack of sleep may slowly be killing you.
The fact is you need a good night’s sleep — each and every night.
I’m Dr. Eric Ciliberti, MD, founder of the American Behavioral Research Institute. I specialize in neurology and have been helping people get the sleep they need — naturally — for over 20 years. I’ve authored numerous medical papers and have given lectures all over the country. When I’m not seeing patients at my clinic in Florida, I’m researching safe, natural ways to help people overcome sleep problems.
Please keep reading because I have some important information to share with you about the dangers associated with the conventional approach to addressing sleep concerns. I’ll also tell you about a natural sleep solution that will improve your health in more ways you ever thought possible.