How often do you get a good night’s sleep? I’m talking about the kind of deep, rejuvenating, uninterrupted slumber that leaves you feeling refreshed in the morning and ready to take on the day with enthusiasm.
If the answer is “not often,” you’re not alone. Tens of millions of Americans struggle every night to get adequate, restful sleep.
The most common problems people report are:
If you’ve ever experienced any of these problems, you are probably all too familiar with the immediate consequences of not sleeping well. Getting out of bed in the morning is painful. You don’t feel renewed or energized. You’re lethargic throughout the day and rely on hefty doses of caffeine just to stay awake. Your performance at work may suffer. You’re moody and irritable. You look tired.
A recent study showed that just one night of poor sleep can have a significant negative impact on your blood sugar balance the next day.1 What you may not be aware of, however, is how not sleeping well threatens nearly every aspect of your health and wellbeing, including your longevity. The fact is — your lack of sleep may slowly be killing you.
The fact is you need a good night’s sleep — each and every night.
I’m Dr. Eric Ciliberti, MD, founder of the American Behavioral Research Institute. I specialize in neurology and have been helping people get the sleep they need — naturally — for over 20 years. I’ve authored numerous medical papers and have given lectures all over the country. When I’m not seeing patients at my clinic in Florida, I’m researching safe, drug-free ways to help people overcome sleep problems.
Please keep reading because I have some important information to share with you about the dangers associated with the conventional approach to addressing sleep concerns. I’ll also tell you about a drug-free sleep solution that will improve your health in more ways you ever thought possible.CLAIM YOUR 14-NIGHT TRIAL
These days, life can be so busy and stressful that it’s hard to just “let it go” and wind down at night. But take my word for it, you don’t want to let anything cheat yourself out of the sleep you need.
Research has shown that getting enough sleep:
· Boosts energy, focus, concentration and coordination2
· Keeps your brain functioning optimally as you age2
· Increases your capacity for dealing with stress3
· Supports a strong, healthy immune system4
· Keeps your cardiovascular system healthy5
· May help keep certain cancers at bay6
· Promotes muscle repair and healing throughout the body7
· Fights wrinkles and keeps skin looking youthful8
· Helps to keep blood sugar balanced9
· Can help you eat less and maintain a healthy weight10
I often hear patients say, “But Dr. Ciliberti, I function just fine on five or six hours of sleep. My body’s used to it.” What they don’t understand is that they are damaging their body each and every night by depriving their bodies of the critical healing processes that occur during deep sleep.
While you sleep, your body repairs cells and restores the energy you used up during the day. When you miss out on sleep, your body starts to get run down — and you literally begin to age faster.
Let me explain. At night while you’re sleeping, your body releases a drug-free chemical called human growth hormone (HGH). Its primary role is to undo the physical stress exerted on the body from daily activity. Your body literally heals when you sleep. Unfortunately, HGH production declines significantly as we age, and it’s thought that this decline is one of the primary contributors to the aging process.
Although HGH has been synthesized and is available as a prescription, taking it comes with some serious risks. The best way to ensure that your drug-free HGH levels stay high as you age is to get a good night’s sleep each and every night. Why rely on dangerous drugs when your body can produce what you need naturally? Research shows that getting to sleep before midnight is vital, as this helps to trigger the release of HGH, so it can do its job healing and repairing your body.11
Dr. Eric Ciliberti, M.D., Developer of RELAXIUM® Clinical Neurologist, Sleep Expert, and Founder of The American Behavioral Research Institute
Dr. Eric Ciliberti, M.D. is a board-certified physician specializing in Neurology and has nearly 30 years of experience in the medical field.
Dr. Ciliberti received his medical degrees from several prominent universities, including a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Emory University, a master’s degree in Physiology from Georgetown University and a Doctor of Medicine from Tulane University. He trained with world-renowned leaders during his Neurology residency at the prestigious Cleveland Clinic.
He is an active member of the American Academy of Neurology, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and is the founder of the American Behavioral Research Institute.
Dr. Ciliberti served our country in the United States Air Force and spent five years as a physician serving the Veterans Administration. He has received numerous awards including Outstanding Young Men of America, and the James H. Allen Award.
Dr. Ciliberti is most recognized for his extensive research and achievements in product development in Nutraceutical Science. Over a decade ago Dr. Ciliberti foundedRELAXIUM®, a research-driven leading Nutraceutical Brand, backed by numerous clinical studies, offering non-habit-forming drug-free supplements that are revolutionizing the drug-free sleep aid and mood support categories. Dr. Ciliberti appears regularly on several national cable television channels and is renowned for his accomplishments in research and product development.
If you go to most doctors complaining of sleep problems, he or she will likely be quick to write you a prescription for a sleeping pill (technically known as a hypnotic) or anti-anxiety medication, without asking many questions. And most people won’t think twice about filling it. But despite what you may have been led to believe, research has shown that these pills come with serious side effects — even if you only take them occasionally.6
A recent study published in the British Medical Journal showed that people who take sleeping pills — even those who take fewer than 18 pills in a year — have nearly four times the risk of death of those who don’t take them. And patients who take higher doses of sleeping pills have a 35% increased cancer risk.6 Studies have also linked sleeping pill use to daytime drowsiness, headaches, nausea, increased risk of car accidents and falls, depression and cognitive impairment.12,13,14
What’s worse, studies have shown that sleeping pills are EXTREMELY habit-forming;15 so many people end up “hooked” before they even realize what’s happening. Meanwhile, Big Pharma is spending big bucks on clever advertising designed to make these drugs seem like a safe and effective solution to sleep problems. Unfortunately, these ads have been pretty successful. Americans spend approximately $4.5 billion each year on sleep medications, according to the New York Times16CLAIM YOUR 14-NIGHT TRIAL
Here’s another thing… Pharmaceutical sleep aids do absolutely NOTHING to restore the body’s drug-free sleep cycles and can actually make things much worse in the long term. For example, many prescription sleep aids prevent your body from cycling through the multiple critical stages of sleep. It’s hard to say what’s worse — the effects of not sleeping well or the effects of taking a pharmaceutical drug to “fix” the problem.
These are the reasons why I’ve devoted my life to helping people address sleep concerns using safe, effective and all drug-free tools and strategies. I never recommend prescription sleep aids to my patients. The truth — that the pharmaceutical companies don’t want you to know about — is that there are simple, inexpensive, non-habit-forming and scientifically proven ways to get the restful, revitalizing sleep you need — and YOU deserve to know about them.
I have had great success using drug-free, non-pharmaceutical means to help my patients sleep soundly through the night. The key, I’ve discovered, is combining remedies that promote relaxation and help to mitigate the harmful effects of stress on the body with those that help to restore the body’s drug-free sleep cycles.
Here are the drug-free sleep aids that I’ve found to be the most effective with my patients:
I’ve found in my clinical experience that a specific combination of the drug-free sleep aids I listed above, and at very precise dosages, is most effective. The problem with most sleep supplements is that they only contain a single ingredient (melatonin being the most common). And even worse, they often contain ingredients of sub-par quality and doses that are far too low to have any significant impact.
I’ve heard way too many times from new patients that they tried drug-free sleep products and they just “didn’t work.” However, in almost all cases, they just had not found the right product. My patients are always amazed when I put them on the correct regimen at just how effective these drug-free sleep aids can be, and how much better they feel within a matter of days.CLAIM YOUR 14-NIGHT TRIAL
Many of my patients complained about the expense and inconvenience of taking the very specific regimen of drug-free sleep aids I was recommending. They also found it difficult to find the high-quality ingredients and precise doses I was recommending.
So, in order to offer my patients a simple, affordable all-in-one sleep solution that I could feel confident in recommending, I developed my own synergistic sleep formula, which I call Relaxium®. I believe that this formula is superior to anything else out there — I use it myself every night, and my patients have had amazing successes using it.
My goal in creating Relaxium® was to offer an ultra-premium, drug-free, effective and non-habit-forming sleep aid at an affordable price. This way, everyone can easily and safely get the benefits of healthy sleep, without worrying about dangerous side effects.
Here’s the perfect synergistic blend of ingredients I put in Relaxium®:
I encourage you to do your own research, to make sure I’m not just trying to steer you in to buying my own product. The most important thing to me is that you get a good, healing sleep every night. But here’s why I am confident that Relaxium® is simply the best formula and best value out there:
I sincerely want my formula to be the answer you have been looking for, and I want you to experience better sleep the very first night you take it. But I’m sure you’ve heard plenty of promises before, which is why Relaxium® is available through this unbelievable 30 day Risk Free Trial.
That’s right… All I need for you to do is help with shipping and handling charges to get it to you. So there’s truly no risk!
I promise that RELAXIUM® will improve the quality of your sleep and have a remarkable positive impact on your overall health. If it doesn't work for you — it's free! Remember, we back all our RELAXIUM® products with an unconditional 30-Day Money Back Guarantee so there’s truly no risk.
Best of all, you can expect Relaxium® to start working the very first night you take it! And within a matter of days, you should find that your sleep patterns have become more regular. Right away you’ll experience:
Whether you simply want to sleep better and wake up feeling refreshed and full of energy each day—or you’re concerned about protecting your health in the long-term, Relaxium® is a smart investment. I hope you’ll give it a try!
To Your Good Health,
Dr. Eric Ciliberti, MD
P.S. I promise that Relaxium® will improve the quality of your sleep and have a remarkable positive impact on your overall health.
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