The Need for Sleep
If you’re like most people, you’re not getting the recommended seven to nine hours of sleep at night. You can’t imagine getting even close to that on a regular basis. Sadly, for most of us, eight hours of sleep have become a luxury—precious hours we feel we simply can’t afford to spend in bed.
The reality is that you can’t afford not to. Being stressed, over-stimulated, and excessively hurried puts us at the most risk for lack of sleep. Ironically, we treat the stress by robbing ourselves of sleep, just when our bodies actually need more to recover. Adding to the lack of sleep, we eat poorly, worry ourselves sick, stop exercising, forget to breathe, and pretty soon we’re at the end of the rope. In the long run, we pay a tremendous price for not resting our minds and bodies.
The answer is to give your brain what it needs to fall into sleep. Balancing and boosting sleep brain chemicals naturally will help eliminate the pattern of no sleep or wakefulness. BalanceDocs Sleep Supplement is designed by medical doctors to effectively treat insomnia and restless sleep and is used by thousands of patients nightly. Find it online or at any OnePeak Medical clinic.
Fortunately, the restorative power of sleep works like magic and will positively affect everything in your life. A good night’s sleep can quickly help you get back to the balanced state of health you deserve.
If you have a sleep problem, whether you are struggling to get to sleep or stay asleep – consider talking with your OnePeak Medical Provider about our Sleep Program.
A good night’s sleep can quickly help you:
- Feel your best during the day
- Handle stressful situations
- Be more efficient
- Have a powerful brain
- Enhance your mood
- Manage your weight
- Lower anxiety
- Control cravings and appetite
- Have more energy
- Lower your pain
- Boost your immune system
Don’t wait any longer… you can’t afford it! Sleep deep tonight and see how your life changes for the better.
The sleep quiz is designed to help you determine the extent of your sleep deprivation and to become conscious of the toll it’s taking on your body and mind. Answer the following questions; not taking into account the effect of any sleep supplements or medication you may be taking.
I have trouble falling asleep within an hour of going to bed
I wake up one or more times during the night
I have a hard time going back to sleep if I wake up at night
I do not feel rested when I wake up in the morning
I have problems with memory and concentration during the day
I experience fatigue during the day and at times feel exhausted
I have to take naps during the day to keep going
I feel depressed, irritable, and moody when I have not slept well, even after just one night
I have gained weight during periods of sleeplessness
Lack of sleep affects my ability to function during the day
I cannot seem to turn my brain off at night when I go to bed
I get up several times at night to use the bathroom
I have more pain in my body when I don’t sleep well
Scoring the test: total up all of your YES answers
1-3 You are at risk for developing poor sleep patterns, and you should take steps to improve your sleep. – Consider using 1-2 Sleep supplements at bedtime as needed to calm a busy mine, adjust sleep with stress, and to keep your sleep rhythms for getting into chronic debt.
4-7 You are already suffering side effects of sleep deprivation and are most likely considering or getting treatment with medication or supplementation to help you sleep. It is vital that you take your sleeplessness seriously as it is already compromising your physical, mental, or emotional health. Book an appointment with your OnePeak Medical Provider to help improve your sleep for a healthy mind and body. Begin using the Sleep supplement to get to sleep more efficiently and stay asleep longer with less grogginess in the morning.
8-13 You have a severe sleep problem. Consult your health care provider for evaluation and treatment and consider adding a sleep supplement to your regimen for added support and to break the “sleep debt cycle.” Don’t disregard the long-term consequences of sleep deprivation, which can adversely affect nearly every area of your life.