1. Sleep problems could pack some unexpected risks

    The HIDDEN death risk in your bedroom (And two ways to REVERSE it)

    There’s a SECRET death risk hiding in your bedroom.

    I’m not talking about insomnia...

    Quite the opposite – this HIDDEN RISK will only make you feel refreshed come the next morning.

    Until it’s too late!

    Here’s what you need to know (and two easy ways to reverse this little-known threat to your health)...

    New study reveals SURPRISING sleep risk

    New research is a “wakeup call” for anyone who is snoozing too much...

    If you get more than eight hours of sleep a night, your risk of dying from heart failure, stroke and other cardiovascular problems leaps by a distressing 41 percent!

    In other words, if you sleep TOO MUCH, it could cost you your LIFE!

    Now, if you’re in that group, don’t start shopping for a new alarm clock just yet.

    I’ll show you two effortless tricks that will get you the sleep you need – no more, and no less.

    See, there are two common causes of excess sleep… and both of them are completely within your control.

    Sleep apnea: This is the condition where you STOP BREATHING in the night, dozens or even hundreds of times. A prime symptom? Sleeping to excess, yet still feeling tired in the morning.

    Not coincidentally, sleep apnea can increase your risk of death from heart troubles by a third.

    You can reverse is with a little weight loss; studies show dropping as little as 10 pounds can reduce or even reverse the apnea. You’ll breath better… sleep better… and your risks will plunge!

    Polypharmacy: Even ONE med can knock you out… but two, three or more? The combined effect could tranquilize a moose!

    But that’s not all they can do...

    Studies also show multiple meds can increase the risk of serious health problems, and even death.

    It’s not that you NEED all of those drugs. In many cases you don’t – and in some, it’s because people have multiple doctors and specialists, each giving out meds without consulting the others.

    So once a year or more, make sure to go over ALL your prescriptions -- from all your doctors and specialists. Then speak with your main physician and see what you can drop.

    Or better yet, work closely with a holistic medical doctor who can get you off dangerous prescription drugs and onto safe natural therapies instead!

  2. Sleep for more than 8 hours can damage your brain

    Are you sleeping TOO well? (Warning: It could be dangerous)

    Maybe you think you’re one of the lucky ones.

    Sure, everyone else seems to be struggling to get to sleep. But not you! You might find it pretty comforting that you get a solid 8 hours a night.

    And if you get more, that’s even better, right?


    When it comes to sleep, MORE isn’t always BETTER.

    In many ways, it’s WORSE.

    It’s often a desperate cry from your body that something isn’t quite right – something that needs attention, stat – and I’ll let you in on what it means and how to fix it in a moment.

    First, new research reveals yet again the unexpected danger of “too much” sleep.

    The sweet spot for sleep and brain health is exactly where it is for everything else. It varies a little, from person to person, but for the most part it’s right around 7-8 hours per night.

    If you don’t hit that zone, your cognitive performance starts to suffer, and it can suffer BIG.

    People who sleep too much see dips in function by just about every major measure, with the biggest plunges coming in verbal skills and reasoning.

    In some cases, the cognitive problems of poor sleep – whether it’s too much OR too little – can equal the damage of nearly a decade of aging!

    That’s not the only risk, of course.

    The right levels of sleep are essential to rejuvenating your immune system, helping cells to repair damage and sweeping toxins out of the brain.

    And, again, studies show problems in all three not only in folks who miss out on sleep, but also in people who sleep too much.

    Long sleepers even have a higher risk of death!

    That’s one risk you don’t want to fall asleep on.

    And if you’re sleeping too much yourself, consider this your wakeup call.

    There are three main causes of “hypersominia,” a.k.a. too much sleep.

    One is medication, so if you’re taking anything talk to a doc about your other options.

    The second is an undiagnosed illness or infection, so obviously make sure you’ve had a physical and some blood work done.

    The third is one of the most common undiagnosed hormone conditions in the nation today: adrenal fatigue.

    It’s when your adrenal glands burn out from years of stress, work and exposure to toxins.

    That leads to the kind of life-sapping fatigue that sends you to bed for 9, 10 or even 11 hours at time… and even then, you might still need a nap in the middle of the day!

    But you can fight back.

    An all-natural formula built around rhodiola and ashwagandha can give your adrenals what they need to reverse to toll of stress and toxins, restoring your energy and fighting off all of the risks exposed in the new study.

  3. [Alert] Popular meds boost stroke risk 59%

    Popular meds boost stroke risk 59% It’s the SECRET stroke risk factor — hiding in plain sight! We all know the risk factors for a stroke. At least, we THINK we know them. There’s high blood pressure, poor diet, obesity, and old age. But the new study exposes what may be the biggest risk factor of all, potentially more...
  4. ERASE hidden sleep problems with this powerful herb

    ERASE hidden sleep problems with this powerful herb Right now, millions of Americans are suffering from a “hidden” sleep problem. It’s a disorder that disguises itself so well that many folks never even think they have a sleep problem at all. They don’t toss and turn. They don’t wake up in the middle of the night and struggle to fall...
  5. Sleep too much? You could face BIG risks!

    Wake up, sleepyhead… and heed this latest warning Too much sleep? Doesn’t seem possible! When most folks think of a “sleep disorder,” the first thing that comes to mind is staring at the ceiling for hours every night, struggling to get some rest. But bleary-eyed mornings and coffee, coffee, coffee aren’t the only signs of a sleep problem. Sleeping too...
  6. Bladder problems lead to sleep struggles

    The sneaky problem keeping you up at night It's one of those things that could have the BIGGEST impact on your day-to-day quality of life. It can often mean the difference between feeling great and ready to tackle anything that comes your way... and feeling slow and weak, even if there's nothing "wrong" with you. The cause? A hidden sleep...
  7. Light therapy defeats cancer-related sleep problems

    Make cancer treatment side effects VANISH with this DIY therapy It's often one of the worst parts of a fight with cancer... and it's not the tumor itself. Many tumors have no symptoms at all. You might not even know that they're there without screening. It's not the disease. It's not even the anxiety of knowing you have it. No...
  8. Sleep struggles aren’t getting much better

    The one big factor that unites nearly all Americans By day, it can feel like America is more divided than ever before. By night, there's something that unites us all. None of us can sleep! A new report shows just how much -- or rather, how little -- progress we've made in the bedroom in recent years. Today, the average...
  9. Sleep gadgets often fall short

    2 things that really can help you sleep better I can't help but laugh at all of the crazy things people will try in the name of sleep. There are cooling blankets, space pillows, blackout shades, smartphone apps to control your lights, noise machines to fill your room with ocean sounds, and more. There are plugs to close your ears...
  10. Sleep can help improve diet

    One simple tweak for effortless dieting It's hard to believe, but February is exactly one week away. That's make-or-break time for your resolutions -- because 80 percent of all of those New Year's vows fail by Valentine's Day. How are you doing on yours? If you're like most folks, you promised yourself a new diet... and if you're like most...
  11. Chamomile boosts sleep quality

    Better sleep, one sip at a time Right now, millions of Americans are suffering from a "hidden" sleep problem. It's a disorder that disguises itself so well that many folks never even think they have a sleep problem at all. They don't toss and turn. They don't wake up in the middle of the night and struggle to fall back...
  12. Sleep drugs taken by a third of seniors

    Don't ignore this common problem Modern living is so convenient that it can be a little TOO convenient at times. Case in point: When was the last time you saw a doctor for a seemingly minor, everyday complaint? If you're like most folks these days, the answer might be NEVER. It's too easy to just pop into a Walgreens or...
  13. Sleep struggles are bad for your brain

    This nighttime habit is as dangerous as heavy drinking You know the risks of booze, so you're smart about it. You either drink very little... or you never touch the stuff. But guess what? You could face ALL the risks of heavy drinking and more -- even if you've never had a sip! New research reveals the one bad habit...
  14. Sleep problems common with age

    Why your sleep is getting worse... and how to fix it Nothing's as good as it used to be, right? The coffee's too bitter, the music's too noisy, and don't even get me started on the garbage that passes for TV these days. And those aren't the only things that have changed over the years. Even SLEEP isn't what is...
  15. Camping can fix sleep problems

    Reset your sleep… this weekend! Trouble sleeping? Don't go looking for the answer at your local CVS. Try the KOA instead! A trip to your local campground could be the best way to reset your body's clock -- and the latest research shows how a simple camping trip can get your sleep schedule back on track. The study -- done...
  16. Sleep shortages can lead to bacterial imbalances

    Sleep is important for every part of your body, including your gut – and missing out can lead to dangerous imbalances in stomach bacteria.
  17. Sleep problems increase heart risk

    Sleep problems can increase the risk of a heart attack or stroke in older women.
  18. Poor sleep could be caused by your iPad

    Sleep issues are one of the most common problems facing Americans, and one reason might be the widespread use of electronics such as iPads before bedtime.
  19. How much sleep do you need?

    The amount of sleep each person needs varies, but new research claims 7 hours a night is best for brain health.
  20. Lack of sleep a brain-damaging habit

    Missing out on sleep can kill off critical neurons in the brain and set the stage for cognitive problems.

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