Pain? Trouble sleeping? This message is for you


The Good Life Letter 

25th November 2018

Trouble sleeping?

You’re in famous company.

The American author F Scott Fitzgerald described insomnia as “the worst thing in the world”.

Vincent van Gogh would pour camphor (a turpentine-like liquid) on his mattress and inhale the vapours in order to sleep.

Charles Dickens struggled with sleep and used to go on long nocturnal walks through London.

Marilyn Monroe treated her insomnia with sleeping pills.

And Madonna claims she has had it all her adult life.

So you’re not alone…

Not that you’ll feel great about any of the above celebrity insomniacs. Despite these famous names there’s no glamour or glory with insomnia… nothing to show off about…

Only tiredness, irritability, poor concentration and a sense of dread every time night approaches.

If that describes you then I’d urge you to take a look at this natural sedative formula – if this works as it should, it could be the big one for you – a real game-changer in every way: Get a Good Night’s Sleep

Time to wean Briton off the pills?

If you take sleeping tablets, it’s even more important that you at least give this natural sleep aid a try…

As you’ll see in the report, as many as 1 in 10 Britons now take a drug to help them sleep, including zopiclone and temazepam.

They have their place in certain circumstances of course, but these become a problem if you use them long-term. You become dependent, steadily increasing your dose to get the effects.

As a healthier alternative, Calmophytum is a natural sedative that helps put you into a relaxed, peaceful, sleepy state at bedtime, using the power of the following herbs:

  • LIME TREE – commonly taken to cure insomnia, relieve tension and reduce anxiety.

  • MELISSA (Lemon Balm) – used in traditional medicine to treat anxiety, migraines, hypertension and diabetes.

  • CHAMOMIILE – a natural anti-inflammatory known to lower stress levels and help regulate sleep.

  • LEMON VERBENA – it can reduce inflammation, soothe nerves and boost the immune system.

  • HIBISCUS – this helps to lower blood pressure, cholesterol and inflammation.

If you don’t enjoy a better sleep after using it for a month, you can return the empty pack for a refund. All the details are here: Calmophytum: Nature’s Sedative

There’s an added potential benefit of using Calmophytum that you might not expect…

Try it for a month and you should notice LESS PAIN

I’m lucky enough to be a pretty good sleeper, but I experienced the horror of insomnia in my 30s when I had terrible back pain. I could never get comfortable at night, so spent many hours staring at the ceiling or watching really weird 3am TV shows with hot water bottles wedged behind my back.

The next day – the back pain felt worse and the next night’s sleep was even more of a struggle. I had only a year of this and it took its toll – I was a bit of an ogre and when I see photos of myself then I look like a wreck.

That’s nothing compared to what some people, maybe you, have experienced for a lot longer.

And this is one of the major effects of insomnia that many people don’t think about – an increase in pain.
Look at some of the research…

  • In a 1976 study, scientists deliberately sleep-deprived a group of healthy subjects, many of whom reported painful musculoskeletal symptoms.

  • In 1999 there was a study called Effects of selective slow wave sleep disruption on musculoskeletal pain and fatigue in middle aged women. The subjects of the study showed a 24% decrease in musculoskeletal pain threshold after the third night of disturbed sleep – in other words, poor sleep equals more pain.

  • In another study on women in 2007, it was found that constantly interrupted and discontinuous sleep made the subjects more pain sensitive.

  • A study of almost two thousand people with migraines has shown that sleep protects against migraines, while 29% of them were actually caused by insomnia.

  • A study of over 2,500 people with fibromyalgia has shown that insomnia was a major aggravating factor.

  • Finally, research has found that 53% of chronic low back pain patients had insomnia, compared with only 3% in pain-free controls.

Obviously, there’s a cycle at work here…

The more pain you feel, the harder it is to sleep… the less sleep you get the more pain you feel…
And on it goes.

However, with two capsules of Calmophytum you can put yourself into a naturally drowsy state before bed. It’s safe, natural and non-addictive.

By giving yourself more sleep with less interruption you should be less sensitive to pain and feel fewer muscular, lower back and joint aches.

Plus, you should experience these benefits:

  • More energy, better concentration, less stress

  • Higher immunity against infections and illness

  • Improved blood pressure, heart rate and glucose levels

  • Less weight gain

It’s worth a try when there’s a moneyback trial on – see how it improves your sleep before you make any commitment.

Click here to find out about Calmophytum

Oh, and finally. If you have any sleeping tips I’ve not covered in these letters which you’d like to share with others, email me and let me know.

Yours, as always

Ray







 


 



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