Insomnia Report Opens Consumers Eyes to All-Natural Restocore

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A recent study on insomnia – that was conducted at the Duke Sleep Disorders Center at the Duke University Medical Center – has more consumers seeking out safe and all-natural sleep-aids, such as Pharmaxa Labs’ best-selling supplement: Restocore.

A recently published report on the mental and physical effects of insomnia – which was authored at the Duke Sleep Disorders Center at the Duke University Medical Center – has more consumers seeking all-natural and side effect-free sleep-aids, like Pharmaxa Labs’ best-selling supplement for treating the symptoms of insomnia: Restocore.

In an article that was published in early April, in the online section of The Herald Sun (http://www.heraldsun.com), that cited findings from a sleeping disorder study that was recently conducted at Duke Sleep Disorders Center at the Duke University Medical Center, the article suggests that sleeping disorders are far more common than believed, and furthermore that sometimes prescription medications may not be the answer for some people who suffer from bouts of repeated insomnia, and other associated sleep deprivation symptoms.

The article cites,

“What are the treatments for sleep disorders?

One broad class are nonmedication therapies, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, which "aims at trying to improve the behaviors and responses that people have when they don't sleep," according to Andrew Krystal, director of the Duke Sleep Disorders Center at the Duke University Medical Center.

Often, Krystal said, people stay in bed too long trying to fall asleep, "and that is counterproductive, because if you can't sleep after 20 or 30 minutes, the best thing to do is to get out of bed. And the reason is that having the experience of being frustrated and awake in the bed environment night after night causes conditioning to occur."

"When that starts to happen, you then get into a pattern where sleep is going to be a problem for a long time," he said. "And so the key is to not let yourself have those thoughts in bed. If you're going to have them, do it somewhere else. This is where a therapist may be necessary."

Another way to treat sleep disorders is with medication, which is "appropriate for some and not others."

In addition to insomnia, other types of sleep disorders include sleep apnea, when breathing stops temporarily, sometimes hundreds of times a night; leg movements that disrupt sleep; and sleep walking and sleep talking, when dreams are sometimes acted out and people may hurt themselves.

"They may dive into the wall, thinking they're having the experience of playing football," Krystal said.

Duke researchers are also looking at how urinary problems cause sleep disorders.

Regardless of the cause, though, sleep disorders can exact a heavy price.

"They are unable to maintain waking in times when they might need to," Krystal said. "And this can cause drastic consequences in their lives. We have people on the roads falling asleep at the wheel, killing themselves, or hurting themselves or killing or hurting other people.

"The other issue is that one's ability to perform a variety of tasks is lessened by sleep deprivation. And some people don't feel it as much as they demonstrate it when you actually test them formally."

Lack of sleep also may hurt long-term health, weakening the immune system and the body's ability to fight infections.

Sleep is so important, Krystal said, "that it's almost impossible to deprive ourselves of sleep for too long."

In some studies, rats die in about 20 to 30 days without sleep, "whereas a rat that goes through the exact same procedure but is allowed to sleep never dies in that period."

"We spend a third of our lives sleeping," Krystal said. "You would think from an evolutionary point of view that there ought to be a darn good survival reason for us giving up that time, that something useful must be happening. But it's been very hard to determine what that is."

(Source: Internet, 2010; http://www.heraldsun.com/view/full_story/6941382/article-Sleep-disorder-treatments-numerous?instance=homesecondleft.)

The spokesperson for Restocore, Gillian Fallows, explains that more consumers are seeking to reboot their sleeping patterns by using all-natural supplements, because they are more affordable, and because they are not side effect-prone. He further adds that sleeping disorder studies – such as the aforementioned – wake more consumers up to the fact that perhaps prescription medication is not the only viable option for treating repeated bouts of insomnia and correcting their sleeping patterns.

“Restocore was developed with a sound, full night’s sleep in mind—one that is naturally attained, and that allows for the person to enjoy falling asleep safely and naturally, without waking up and feeling groggy or drugged the following morning,” Fallows says.

Fallows adds that insomnia studies like the aforementioned always boost sales of their supplement, Restocore, because they shed some light upon the prominent issue of treating insomnia, and the fact that there are other treatment options that are available to the consumer.

“For many people who suffer from insomnia, most have already tried a variety of different prescribed or over-the-counter sleep-aids, and many times unsuccessfully,” Fallows explains. “When they finally are able to see the amazing results of our natural supplement, Restocore, not only are they well-rested, but many times they write us back raving about how effective our product has been in forever changing their lives!”

Restocore is a breakthrough all-natural cure for insomnia that utilizes the science of nature to naturally-induce a healthy sleeping pattern and cycle by using high-quality and non habit-forming ingredients to combat insomnia and restless nights, including restless legs syndrome (RLS).

Restocore incorporates effective ingredients such as Melatonin and Valerian Root that are proven to relax the body and naturally-induce sleep, as well as utilizing the perfect combination of Serotain, Passion Flower, and Chamomile—which work naturally to synchronize the daily patterns and rhythm of the body.

Most people report significant results within the first two to four weeks of daily usage, when used as directed.

You can learn more about Restocore by visiting http://www.Restocore.com.

About Restocore:

  • Developed by Pharmaxa Labs—a leading nutraceutical company
  • Utilizes all-natural, high-quality and non habit-forming ingredients to combat insomnia and restless nights
  • Incorporates effective ingredients such as Melatonin and Valerian root that are effective in relaxing the body and inducing sleep
  • Contains the perfect combination of Melatonin, Valerian, Serotain, Passion Flower, and Chamomile—which work naturally to synchronize the daily patterns and rhythm of the body
  • Non habit-forming, all-natural remedy for insomnia, sleeping disorders, and sleep-deprivation symptoms, including restless legs syndrome (RLS), that doesn’t cause any potentially harmful or adverse side effects
  • Developed as the most scientifically-advanced, cutting-edge, non-prescription sleep-aid product available today
  • Wake up feeling refreshed and ready to tackle your day, not drugged and groggy
  • 100% safe, effective and all-natural
  • Visit them online for generous discounts off retail pricing and to learn more at: http://www.Restocore.com

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