Insomnia Email Series

No More Sleepless Nights

Symptoms of sleeplessness can be incredibly frustrating. Just ask any new parent! Insomnia, however, is in a category all its own.

Did you know insomnia, while considered a sleep disorder itself, can be a symptom of other sleep disorders? There are different types of insomnia ranging from acute to chronic. Understanding the cause of your insomnia is key to treatment.

Getting enough quality sleep is such an essential aspect of health, yet is easily overlooked. In fact, a restful night is necessary for all areas of health, including physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. For example, sleep is involved in the healing and repair of your heart and blood vessels. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that regular sleep deficiency is linked to an increased risk of heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke.

Lack of sleep can impair cognitive ability and judgment in addition to increased stress and anxiety. If you suspect you or someone you care about is suffering from insomnia, you will most definitely benefit from the information provided in our Insomnia Email Series!

Become An Insomnia Expert

Insomnia is a well-established disorder and has been the subject of many studies. As a result, we have a great understanding of the types and consequences of insomnia, treatment methods, as well as the various health complications linked to sleep deprivation.

Throughout this email series, we will share the results of untreated insomnia, how to identify the cause of your sleep disturbance, the difference between acute and chronic insomnia, and do-it-yourself techniques for getting better sleep. By the end of this experience, you will practically be an expert on insomnia symptoms, causes, and treatment!

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Better Sleep Equals Better Health

Our goal for Insomnia Email Series is to inform you in order to help improve overall health. Quality of life is strongly tied to getting quality sleep, so we want to ensure you are sleeping better every night.

Whether you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep, you could be suffering from insomnia. Once you identify the cause of your sleepless nights, you have a much higher chance of finding the right remedy!

Determining the cause of an illness is the heart of functional medicine. We look for the root cause of various health conditions to remedy ailments rather than merely treating symptoms leading to chronic disease. Sleeping pills also are used frequently to treat insomnia. While this may seem like a practical solution, using sleeping pills don’t address the cause, and sleep medications, like all drugs, have side effects and risks.

By opting in, you are arming yourself with the information to get better sleep and in turn, better health!

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