Sleep is a fundamental requirement if you want to maintain or regain health. Having deep restorative sleep is necessary for tissue regeneration, detoxification, and the proper functioning of the entire human body.


The national institute of health estimates that 50-70 million Americans chronically suffer from sleep disorders.


Sleep deprivation lowers immunity, disrupts mental health, increases the risk of diabetes, and can cause an individual to prematurely age. 

In fact, one study shows that children and adults with short sleep duration were 89% and 55% more likely to become obese. 

Correcting nutrient deficiencies, re-establishing our circadian rhythm, avoiding blue light exposure at night, physiological stress reduction practices,  and having proper sleep hygiene can all have an effect on improving deep sleep and promoting health and vitality.
NHLBI (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute). National Sleep Disorders Research Plan, 2003. Bethesda, MD: National Institutes of Health; 2003.

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