Insomnia

November 19, 2010
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Insomnia Causes

INSOMNIA

Insomnia will affect nearly everyone some time in his or her life. It can be intermittent, situational; and it can become chronic. Our articles on insomnia are unique in that they reveal multiple causes for the condition. Armed with this knowledge you can systematically check off these contributing causal factors, greatly enhancing your likelihood for a cure.

Remember that the body is dynamic and constantly strives to balance and heal itself. At the same time the chronic effects of stress, lifestyle, the biochemistry of emotion, toxic accumulation, hormonal decline with aging, free radical accumulation and brain degenerative changes all can be slowed or significantly balanced restoring vitality and a good night’s sleep.

Our mission is to give you information not readily available to the public about insomnia so that you do not become lulled into thinking that over the counter pills will get you by as the underlying causes continue to grow. Before you know it, you are dependent upon prescription sleep aids which do not restore the natural brain rhythm of sleep though you may be sleeping.  Knowledge is power and we want to empower you to have the information and understanding to do what you can to prevent unnecessary drug dependency and to enable you to regain your natural restorative sleep rhythm.

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Anna Manayan

Anna Manayan