The Pressure’s On to Get a Good Night’s Sleep

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With a new link between sleep deprivation and high blood pressure, many Americans are looking for a way to ensure a good night's sleep.

People who get less than five hours of sleep a night are at a higher risk of developing high blood pressure, James E. Gangwisch, PhD, told The Fashion Monitor Toronto in a recent article.

Dr. Gangwisch said, “However, people who sleep for only short durations raise their average 24-hour blood pressure and heart rate. This may set up the cardiovascular system to operate at an elevated pressure.”

One company offers a way to take the pressure off for those struggling to get a full night’s sleep. A new solution is helping people everywhere to sleep restfully and wake up refreshed.

Diavad is a new product that works from the inside out to promote restful sleep. A spokesman for Selmedica Healthcare Corporation said, “Diavad helps to restore your body’s natural balance allowing you to feel more rested without harmful side effects.”

The company says that Diavad promotes a healthy internal balance, helping you to enjoy a restful night’s sleep, and is not habit-forming.

For more information about Diavad, visit http://www.diavad.com.

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Rachelle Ross