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Remedy for Insomnia...A Natural Cure Without Sleep Aids

Posted Jul 19 2009 1:47am
Insomnia is the most common of all sleep disorders. It is defined as the inability to fall asleep. Almost everyone, at one time or another, will experience occasional bouts of insomnia. Besides feeling tired all the time it can also cause stress from worrying  about not getting enough sleep. For short-term insomnia sleeping pills can be quite effective. For someone who suffers from chronic insomnia their life is totally disrupted, and taking sleep aids, even if they are supposedly non addictive, can worsen the problem. Scientist may not agree on everything, but they all are in accordance when it comes to sleep.

There are many so-called remedies for insomnia. The fact that you are reading this suggest that you are still looking for the one remedy that works for you. Have you ever tried a brainwave program? If you are tired of taking all those pills, and you have an open mind, this just might be what you’re searching for. Don’t be fooled by merchants that advertise that one session will put an end to all kinds of insomnia. In my research I found that one company “Sleep Tracks” has not just one, but three different sessions, that make sure your personal sleep problem is addressed and taken care of. “Sleep Tracks” are designed to influence the electrical activity of the brain in the form of BRAIN WAVES. By the use of RHYTHM. It will entertain you to sleep.

This process started in the 1980's. Today brainwave entertainment technology is a widely used form of treatment for a variety of issues. It is used by many doctors, professionals in the areas of psychology and neurology and institutional clinics, to train. empower and treat their patents naturally. It has proven to be very effective in ultimately curing insomnia. If you would like to read about this, here are a few scientific papers on sleep- related disorders that you can reference.  

    * EEG correlates of sleep: Evidence for separate forebrain substrates. Brain Research, 6, 143-163. Sterman, M.B., Howe, R.C., and MacDonald, L.R.
    * Treating psychophysiologic insomnia with biofeedback. Arch Gen Psychiatry. ;38(7):752-8. Hauri, P.
    * The treatment of psychophysiologic insomnia with biofeedback: a replication study. Biofeedback Self Regul. (2):223-35. Hauri PJ, Percy L, Hellekson C, Hartmann E, Russ D

Now the question becomes; If it works will I have to listen to the “Sleep Tracks” indefinitely? Once the brain is trained, and new neural pathways have been created, there is no reason to continue to listen. You are cured. So contrary to the addiction of other sleep aids, after a month or two, your sleep problems will be nothing more then a bad dream.

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