"My goal is to dramatically improve the quality of life for my patients. I focus on identifying and treating the underlying cause of their ailments, rather than just trying to suppress the symptoms. Without correctly diagnosing the cause, all one gets is a masking of the symptoms—the original problem still remains. When I find the real cause, I start a tailor-made treatment program right away so that the body can begin to heal itself." Dr. J. D. Decuypere
It is a surprising fact that over 60% of all Americans complain of insomnia, or trouble getting a good night's sleep. This affects both men and women. Some people may not even know they have insomnia. Many times I hear patients say that they do not have insomnia but at the same time they also say they get up in the middle of the night once, sometimes twice, to go to the bathroom. Unfortunately, that is an example of insomnia. Unless you are able to get to sleep as soon as you go to bed AND sleep at least 6 hours without interruption, you have insomnia.
I mention 6 hours without interruption. I have been asked what is the correct number of hours a person is supposed to sleep. The answer is that it varies from person to person. The most common amounts range between 6 and 10. Most adults know how much sleep they need to feel rested. It is the amount of sleep that is needed to rejuvenate and repair the body during that time period. Because the digestive system is not in high demand while you sleep, most of the cellular repair can occur.
There are a number of common contributors to sleep disorders: stress, bladder or kidney disorders, odd work schedules, eating a heavy meal right before bedtime, incorrect diet for your particular body's needs, uncomfortable mattress, and caffeine, alcohol, or nicotine use late in the day.
Some patients often take strong prescribed sleeping pills. Be aware, however, that drugs are not a cure for the underlying causes of insomnia, and can be dangerously addictive. And did you know that some medications for other types of ailments actually cause insomnia, such as high-blood pressure medicine, and many decongestants and antihistamines, for example? Even so-called natural remedies such as melatonin and valerian root should be taken only under supervision, as these too can cause possible reactions.
However, for those of my patients who have trouble sleeping, and feel they have ?tried everything', I have found something that works extremely well.
Sleep Release is a special product combining Chinese herbal components and all-natural ingredients, reported by hundreds of thousands of patients to resolve insomnia within one to seven days. Every one of my patients suffering from insomnia have reported positive results with absolutely no side effects. This is a very wonderful product!
Some people think that it is normal for adults to be tired. I don't happen to agree. Look at a child—he's never tired. What's the difference between them and us? A chronic feeling of fatigue is a definite sign that something is amiss—it is not ?just a sign of age'. The fact that you are tired means something, and like Sherlock Holmes you may have to do some detective work to figure out what is causing the condition.
The human body is actually designed to last around 120 years. The headlines recently showed a French woman dying at 122 years of age. What is the key to that kind of success? Life should be enjoyable. If you aren't healthy and you aren't enjoying your life, there are solutions. I am not talking about having to have lots of money to enjoy life—it can be something as simple as doing a hobby you enjoy. If you are not living a high-quality life of your own choosing, it is time to take action.
There can be a number of physical and emotional reasons for tiredness, and this report identifies and discusses these, which include:
It is an unavoidable fact that if you live on planet Earth you will, to a degree, be exposed to naturally-occurring radiation, commonly known as ?background radiation'.
Radiation exposure will cause a person to have a weakened immune system and related health problems throughout his entire life. This exposure causes devastating illnesses, such as cancer and degenerative diseases, but it can also cause minor ailments, such as a persistent cough, headaches, sleep disturbances and gastrointestinal dysfunction.
"Your best defense against conflicting information about diet and nutrition is knowledge. Educate yourself; understand your body." -- Dr. J. D. Decuypere
There are two types of limes—key limes and Persian limes. Both types are LOADED with vitamin C, as well as vitamin A, potassium and calcium.
Eating limes or drinking the juice can help prevent and treat gum disease, scurvy, bacterial infections and the common cold.
Lime juice tastes delicious in many recipes, including salad dressings, marinades and sauces, and even just plain drinking water. It is a good idea to always keep limes in your refrigerator for ready use.
For more information about the nutritional value of many fruits and vegetables, click here.
Disclaimer: Statements about products and health conditions have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to treat, cure or prevent any condition or disease. Check with your healthcare professional before undergoing any protocol. See our full disclaimer.
Please feel free to forward this e-newsletter to your friends.