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Why are we so darn tired?

ht sleep disorders 1110 01 Why are we so darn tired?    It’s natural to sleep at night and be active during the day. Every cell in our body responds best to a 24-hour cycle. This is called a circadian rhythm. But with the advent of the light bulb, we have separated what we do from the rhythm of the sun.¹ This has been a perilous move for our bodies.

Fatigue is at epidemic proportions. Sixty percent of Americans are not getting a good nights sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation’s survey of more than 1,000 people between the ages of 25 and 60, they discovered that the average amount of sleep each night is between six and seven hours on weeknights. Anything less than seven to nine hours is going to create sleep deprivation. Thomas J. Balkin, chairman of the foundation says, “Sleepiness impacts every aspect of our lives.”

If you are feeling groggy, confused, and irritable or have a desire to collapse on your desk for a quick pick-me-up respite, you are sleep deprived.

Asea+Bottle 10 3 2 150x150 Why are we so darn tired?    Here are some ways to get that feeling of rest back. Turn the TV off ahead of going right to bed. Refrain from checking the computer or phone for email or messages right before bedtime, and otherwise reduce any stimulating activities so your body can begin to gradually wind down before putting your head on the pillow. And if you really want to improve quality of sleep, give Asea a try. This is the number one health improvement that we are hearing over and over again about this dietary supplement. This wonder product truly is working its magic as it leads the body to be back in balance with a greater production of the enzyme glutathione (more than 500 times) and getting the immune system stronger while increasing cellular efficiency. I always take some Asea before hitting the hay and I sleep like a baby.

Stay fit! Stay well! And get rested for a wonderful Christmas and Holiday!

LouAnn


¹”Get Some Sleep: When shift work disrupts your rest,” Lisa Shieves, M.D., CNN.com, November 23, 2010

Enjoy and use this article, but please be legal. Include this resource block and all is good…LouAnn Savage is publisher and editor of The Weekly Healthline, an online health publication. She is lecturer, researcher and marketer for health and fitness programs and product that advance the world toward true health. Follow LouAnn at her corporate website, http://www.HealthFitforLife.com, www.Savage.TeamAsea.com and on www.twitter.com/louannsavage and Facebook.

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