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You’ve been bombarded constantly with the “health benefits of adequate, quality sleep” message…
And you’re tempted to think you can sleep for as long as you can snooze!
Sleep experts have been mean with the truth about oversleeping…and nobody ever warns you about how death stalks you stealthily while in bed for prolonged hours!
I know it’s a shocker…
But it’s true!
There’s a hidden death risk in your bedroom!
And I’m not talking about insomnia–quite the opposite!
The hidden risk will make you feel refreshed every morning until it’s too late.
A new study reveals that if you get more than 8 hours of sleep a night, your risk of dying from heart failure, stroke, and other cardiovascular problems leaps by a distressing 41%.
In other words, if you sleep too much, it could cost you your life!
The new research is a wake-up call for anyone who is snoozing too much.
Now, if you’re in that group, don’t start shopping for a new alarm clock just yet. I’ll reveal two effortless tricks that will get you the sleep you need–no more, no less.
You see, there are two common causes of excess sleep, and both of them are completely within your control.
- Sleep apnea: This is the condition where you stop breathing in the middle of your sleep many times. A prime symptom is sleeping to excess, yet still feeling tired in the morning. Not coincidentally, sleep apnea can increase your risk of death from heart troubles by 30%
You can reverse this with a little weight loss.
Studies show dropping as little as 10 pounds can reduce or even reverse the apnea. You’ll breathe better, sleep better, and your risks will plunge!
2. Polypharmacy: Taking many prescription drugs at the same time can knock you out. The combined effect has far reaching consequences on your health.
Studies show that multiple meds can increase the risk of serious health problems, and even death.
And you don’t need all of those drugs! In many cases, it’s because people have multiple doctors and specialists, each giving out meds without consulting the others.
So, periodically, make sure to go over all your prescriptions–from all your doctors and specialists. Then speak with your main physician and see what you can drop. Or better yet, work closely with a holistic medical doctor who can get you off the dangerous prescription drugs and onto safe, natural therapies instead.
And it gets even better…
Because you can develop an evening ritual that emphasizes healthy sleep hygiene as a key to a great night’s sleep.
Here are a few guidelines that might help:
- Avoid caffeine and other stimulants after 2 PM
- Limit alcohol consumption
- Reduces your exposure to electronics–phones and TV within 30-60 minutes before bedtime
- Do a “brain dump” i.e. write down any important ideas, thoughts, etc in a notepad so you’re not thinking or worrying about them
- Make your room as dark and quiet as possible
- Incorporate stress reduction techniques–reading, deep belly breathing, meditation, stretching, physical activity, and so on
- A day’s hard work guarantees you a good sleep…
- And if you can, have sex–it promotes the production of sleep hormone.
And…there you are…
Now you know why you need to balance your sleep!
You may have missed out on this very relevant, related article. Sample it: https://my-health-wealth.com/sleep-deprivation-compromises-your-immune-system
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Without overstaying in dreamland!
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This article is for educational purposes, and does not purport to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease. Always consult your professional healthcare provider.