Buyer Beware – Dangers of Big Pharma’s Sleeping Pills

I’m writing to warn you of the potential dangers out there for people like you with sleep problems.

If you complain to your doctor about sleep problems, he or she will likely be quick to write you a prescription for a sleeping pill or anti-anxiety medication without asking too many questions. And most people won’t think twice about filling it.

But despite what you may have been led to believe, research has shown that these pills come with serious side effects — even if you only take them occasionally.

A recent study published in the British Medical Journal showed that people who take sleeping pills — even those who take fewer than 18 pills in a year — have nearly four times the risk of death when compared to those who don’t take them. And patients who take higher doses of sleeping pills have a 35% increased risk of cancer. Studies have also linked sleeping pill use to daytime drowsiness, headaches, nausea, increased risk of car accidents and falls, depression and cognitive impairment.

What’s worse, studies have shown that sleeping pills are extremely habit-forming; so many people end up “hooked” before they even realize what’s happening. Meanwhile, Big Pharma is spending big bucks on clever advertising designed to make these drugs seem like a safe and effective solution to sleep problems. Unfortunately, these ads have been pretty successful. Americans spend approximately $4.5 billion each year on sleep medications, according to The New York Times.

Incidentally, pharmaceutical sleep aids do absolutely nothing to restore the body’s natural sleep cycles and can actually make things much worse in the long term. For example, many prescription sleep aids prevent your body from cycling through the multiple critical stages of sleep. It’s hard to say what’s worse — the effects of not sleeping well or the effects of taking a pharmaceutical drug to “fix” the problem.

These are the reasons why I’ve devoted my life to helping people address sleep concerns using safe, effective and all-natural tools and strategies. I never recommend prescription sleep aids to my patients. The truth that the pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know about is that there are simple, inexpensive, non-habit-forming and scientifically proven ways to get the restful, revitalizing sleep you need — and you deserve to know about them.

That’s why I developed Relaxium Sleep to provide you with a safe, non-habit-forming solution to your sleep problem.

I sincerely want my formula to be the answer you have been looking for, and I want you to experience better sleep the very first night you take it. But I’m sure you’ve heard plenty of promises before, which is why Relaxium Sleep is available through this unbelievable 30-day Risk Free Trial.

That’s right… all I need for you to do is help with shipping and handling charges to get it to you.

Best of all, you can expect Relaxium Sleep to start working the very first night you take it! And within a matter of days, you should find that your sleep patterns have become more regular.

Right away our consumers often report experiencing:

An easier time falling and staying asleep
Deeper, more restful sleep
Waking up feeling refreshed, energized and rejuvenated
Better mood balance
Fewer aches and pains
A stronger immune system
Better digestion
Better heart health
And so much more!

Whether you simply want to sleep better, or you’re someone who has tried pharmaceutical sleep aids who is concerned about protecting your health in the long-term, Relaxium Sleep is a smart investment. I hope you’ll give it a try!

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Dream Deep, Sleeping Beauty with 8 Amazing Ingredients!

I was recently binge-watching old Disney movies and noticed something many of the characters had in common—and no, it’s not their deceased parents.

It’s deep sleep!

Sleeping Beauty comes to mind first, but Snow White had such a deep sleep that the dwarfs thought she was dead! Cinderella worked hard all day but managed to wake up at dawn well-rested and cheerful. The list continues.

Do you ever wish you could get “Disney” style deep sleep?

I wouldn’t recommend their methods of being cursed by an evil witch, but I can recommend Relaxium products!

The fact is you need a good night’s sleep — each and every night.

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.

I’ve had great success using natural, non-pharmaceutical ingredients to help my patients sleep soundly through the night. The key, I’ve discovered, is combining remedies that promote relaxation and help to mitigate the harmful effects of stress on the body to restore the body’s natural sleep cycles.

Here are the natural sleep aids that I’ve found to be the most effective with my patients:
Ashwagandha
Magnesium
L-Tryptophan
Melatonin
Valerian
Hops
Chamomile
Passionflower

I’ve found in my clinical experience that a specific combination of the natural sleep aids listed above, at very precise dosages, is most effective. The problem with most sleep supplements is that they only contain a single ingredient—melatonin being the most common. And even worse, they often contain ingredients of sub-par quality and doses that are far too low to have any significant impact.

I’ve heard way too many times from new patients that they tried natural sleep products in the past and they “just didn’t work.” However, in almost all cases, they just had not found the right product. My patients are always amazed at how effective these natural sleep aids can be once implementing the correct regimen, and they’re often shocked at how much better they feel within a matter of days.

My goal in creating Relaxium Sleep was to offer an ultra premium, natural, effective and non-habit-forming sleep aid at an affordable price. This way, everyone can easily and safely get the benefits of healthy sleep without worrying about the dangerous side effects of pharmaceutical and over-the-counter sleep aids.

Here’s why I am confident that Relaxium Sleep is simply the best formula and best value available:
The perfect synergistic blend of ingredients, based on my clinical experience and background as a medical doctor
The highest quality ingredients available for reliable potency and effectiveness
It’s safe and non-habit-forming, meaning it comes with no risk of side effects or dependency
It’s an incredible value! If you purchased all of the ingredients found in Relaxium Sleep separately, you’d be paying 5 times more and taking 3 times as many pills.

See how a Disney deep sleep is possible—without a curse!

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Know the 5 Foods That Affect How You Sleep!

The food you eat can really affect how you sleep!

Today I wanted to share with you my list of 5 recommended foods to eat to promote healthy sleep habits. Next time you head to the store, print this e-mail and pick up these items.

Keep reading for a quick, healthy recipe too!

If you find it hard to fall asleep even after a long tiring day, there are a variety of foods that can help you sleep. These foods come from different food groups but have one common characteristic: they all trigger the production of the sleep-inducing neurotransmitter melatonin in the brain. Not only do these foods help you fall asleep faster, they also enhance the quality of your sleep so that you wake up feeling well-rested and refreshed. Without further delay, here are 5 foods that can help you get your much needed shuteye.

1. Nuts: Walnuts, Pistachios, and Almonds
Walnuts are known to be rich in an amino acid called tryptophan. Tryptophan triggers the release of both melatonin and serotonin, ensuring that you enjoy deep, uninterrupted slumber all through the night. Pistachios are rich in vitamin B6, a nutrient that is very useful to the brain when it comes to producing melatonin and serotonin. Almonds, on the other hand, are a rich source of magnesium. Aside from being vital in the alleviation of headaches, magnesium deficiency in the body can lead to inconsistent sleep rhythms and ultimately prevent you from sleeping soundly until morning. Eating a few almonds, walnuts, or pistachios just before bed can significantly shorten the amount of time it will take you to fall asleep and improve the quality of your sleep significantly.

2. Cheese
Drinking warm milk has always been the go-to remedy among the foods that can help you sleep since time immemorial. However, the trend is similar with all dairy products. Nibbling on some cheese and crackers before bed can improve the quality of your sleep and also make you drift off faster. This is because the calcium that is present in dairy products speeds up the assimilation of tryptophan, making it ready for use by the brain. Additionally, calcium helps you stay asleep by regulating muscle movement.

3. Green Vegetables: Lettuce, Kale, Spinach, and Mustard Greens
Here is another reason why salads should always be featured in most of your meals: lettuce can help you fall asleep faster. This is attributed to a chemical component within lettuce called lactucarium. Studies show that lactucarium has sedative properties similar to that of opium—although to a much milder extent. As for green leafy vegetables like kale, spinach, and mustard greens, the high calcium content guarantees the accelerated assimilation of tryptophan, which in turns helps the brain to produce melatonin, allowing you to fall asleep quicker and more deeply.

4. Fish: Tuna, Salmon, Halibut, Shrimp, and Lobster
Fresh water fish such as tuna and salmon are naturally rich in vitamin B6, a vitamin that is vital for the creation of serotonin and melatonin in your body. Shellfish like lobster, prawns, and shrimp, on the other hand, naturally contain much more tryptophan. Eating any of these fish will make it a lot easier for you to doze off and stay asleep throughout the night.

5. Honey
Honey has been a home remedy for years in the treatment of the flu, stomach aches, and various skin conditions. The natural sugar found in honey can be just enough to trigger an adequate amount of insulin in the bloodstream, thereby increasing the brain’s tryptophan intake significantly. You could add a dollop of honey to your nighttime cup of tea to enjoy its full effects.

Eating any of the foods listed above in combination with Relaxium Sleep will give you a great night’s sleep.

Dream Time Dinner Recipe: Honey Glazed Salmon Topped Salad

Ingredients:
Salmon:
3 tbsp. extra-virgin olive oil
4 6-oz. salmon fillets, patted dry with a paper towel
1/3 c. honey
1/4 c. soy sauce
2 tbsp. lemon juice
Kosher salt
Freshly ground black pepper
Salad:
4 cups leafy greens (kale, spinach, and mustard greens)
1 cup walnuts
½ cup shredded parmesan cheese
Dressing: 1 tablespoon plus 2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice.
1 teaspoon finely grated lemon zest.
1 tablespoon honey.
1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil.
Kosher salt and freshly ground pepper.

DIRECTIONS
In a medium bowl, whisk together honey, soy sauce, and lemon juice. In a large skillet over medium-high heat, heat two tablespoons oil. When oil is hot but not smoking, add salmon skin-side up and season with salt and pepper. Cook salmon until deeply golden, about 6 minutes, then flip over and add the remaining tablespoon of oil. Add the honey mixture, cook until sauce is reduced by about 1/3. Baste salmon with the sauce. Set salmon aside.
In a small bowl, whisk together salad dressing ingredients. Add to a large bowl with remaining salad ingredients. Top with salmon and enjoy!

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