Sleeping Disorders: Narcolepsy, sleep apnea test, snoring solutions, insomnia cures, and more
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Remember when you could fall asleep as soon as your head hit the pillow and not wake up until the alarm went off?
As we get older, it becomes a little harder to fall asleep and stay asleep. But although our sleep patterns change, our need for sleep doesn’t. A good night’s sleep is essential for your health, safety, and well-being.
Brought to you by University Health News, Sleeping Disorders: Narcolepsy, Sleep Apnea Test, Snoring Solutions, Insomnia Cures, and more is an instructive and fact-filled report that explains why sleep so often eludes us as adults. You’ll read about habits and conditions that rob us of peaceful slumber. And most important, you’ll learn what you can do to again enjoy the satisfaction of a restful night’s sleep.
Do you count sheep every night? The Guide will show you how to defeat insomnia and speed sleep. Does no amount of pillow-thumping stop your spouse’s snoring? You’ll find how to help your partner and yourself regain the restful joy of a silent night.
You’ll learn the most telling symptom of narcolepsy…a revolutionary sleep apnea test…new alternatives to the CPAP machine for OSA sufferers…how to calm restless leg syndrome…and more.
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This eye-opening free guide will help you close yours!
You don’t have to put up with poor sleep. Poor sleep is not good.
And it is not necessary. Sleep researchers are making great strides in interpreting sleep’s stages, in pinpointing the causes of sleeping disorders, and finding effective treatments and lasting solutions.
Did you know that women suffer insomnia symptoms at two to three times the rate of men? Or that men are twice as likely to have sleep apnea symptoms? (The Guide will alert you to the symptoms of both.)
Sleeping Disorders offers guidance that expands your understanding, dispels confusion, and provides direction. You’ll discover…
- The importance of REM sleep
- Why you should think twice about surgery for sleep apnea
- The snoring-dementia connection that women need to be aware of.
- The mineral that may ease restless leg syndrome
- The popular insomnia pill older adults should avoid
- The “visual clue” that someone may have narcolepsy
You should not take sleeping disorders lying down!
Considering that sleep is something we spend nearly a third of our lives doing, you’d think we’d do a better job of it. But sleep-related problems affect 50 to 70 million Americans of all ages.
We all have trouble getting to sleep on occasion—maybe from stress or from that decaf that wasn’t really decaf. And a stuffy cold can bring on a night or three of snoring. These are not the sleeping disorders that are worrisome or threatening.
Others are. When sleep debt mounts, the costs can be high. When your sleep is regularly delayed or disturbed, the consequences will affect your mood and metabolism…will compromise your immune system…will elevate blood pressure…and will increase your risk of coronary artery disease and stroke.
That’s why we are offering you this guide FREE. It is that important. In Sleeping Disorders, University Health News editors bring needed definition to common sleeping disorders and give you clear recommendations for successfully addressing and quelling these disrupters.
Can’t sleep again? Insomnia is not a harmless sleeping disorder.
How do you define insomnia? It’s not just the inability to fall asleep. Insomnia symptoms include the difficulty of staying asleep and returning to sleep once you awaken in the middle of the night.
When insomnia occurs with night after night, it’s termed chronic insomnia. Chronic insomnia can increase your risk of falls, lead to daytime fatigue, weight gain, and even the risk of premature death.
Your FREE Guide will brief you on medications, treatments, and lifestyle changes that can help you get to sleep and stay asleep.
You’ll get the facts on common culprits of caffeine and alcohol. You’ll learn how “time cues” can help your body wind down. And you’ll master three relaxation techniques that promote faster sleep.
Plus, because the Guide comes to you from University Health News, you’ll get 100% impartial assessments of today’s expanding choices in insomnia medications—from Ambien to Xanax—so you can work with your doctor to select the safest and best for you.
The ABCs of SDBs: Detecting and Treating Sleep Apnea and Snoring
More than 40 million Americans have a sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) issue. Often, they’re not the first to know—but definitely the second. Indeed, often the first person to make an “unofficial” diagnosis of sleep apnea is your bedmate, who is awakened by your audible snoring or gasping for breath.
With obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), the airflow to the lungs is repeatedly blocked—sometimes hundreds of times—during the night. This condition stresses the heart, blood vessels, and lungs.
But why do people snore? What are sleep apnea symptoms? How is sleep apnea clinically diagnosed? What are effective snoring solutions? Is the CPAP machine still the “go-to” device for severe to moderate OSA? Your FREE guide will tell you.
Packed with guidance you can trust, Sleeping Disorders will share…
- 6 self-help strategies to prevent sleep apnea symptoms
- Why people snore more as they age
- The diet that can reduce the number of sleep apneas—
and your weight too!
- A disposable alternative to standard sleep apnea machines
- A 60¢ over-the-counter snoring cure that works
Bring peace—and quiet—back to the bedroom. Download your copy of this free guide now.
You’ll find perplexing sleeping disorders addressed with uncomplicated—and effective–guidance in this FREE report.
Narcolepsy is one of the least understood sleeping disorders. In people with narcolepsy, the brain is unable to regulate sleep-wake cycles normally. It affects men and women equally. Daytime sleepiness, sudden loss of muscle tone (cataplexy), hypnagogic halluci-nations, and sleep paralysis upon waking are some of the symptoms.
There is no cure, but treatment advances can enable people with narcolepsy to increase daytime alertness and control cataplexy.
In the guide, you’ll read about the three screening tests sleep specialists use to diagnose narcolepsy. You’ll learn about a new medication specifically for excessive daytime sleepiness, and a surprising behavior strategy for improving nighttime sleep.
Like narcolepsy, restless leg syndrome (RLS) is a neurological disorder characterized by unpleasant sensations in the legs and an uncontrol-lable urge to move them. Similarly, periodic limb movement disorder (PLMD) involves repetitive movements of your limbs during sleep.
Although the causes of RLS and PLMD are uncertain, there are certain treatments that control both. In the guide, you’ll be briefed on the most effective medications…on a new FDA-approved non-drug approach for RLS…and why you may not want to treat PLMD at all!
Don’t wait another day—or night!
Some books put you to sleep. This book is written to show you how to sleep—more quickly, more restfully, and more healthfully. It will help you once again get the good night’s sleep you’ve been missing.
Get your copy now. Sleeping Disorders is yours absolutely free!
Yours for lasting good health,
Tim Cole, Editorial Director
P.S. Is your bedroom as conducive to sleeping? See page 13 of the free report for three changes to consider…and page 14 for a ‘sleep-summoning’ bedside addition you might want to make.