Lack of Sleep

Lack of sleep is generally caused by WORRY. Your mind is not settled, because of this or that. Your worries may be about your anxiety, other people, your own self-esteem..etc.etc

All your worries are associated with the negative thoughts and emotions you have, and you might think “if only I could remove all these worries, thoughts and negative emotions I would sleep better”

You are right and now you can. A Life Enhancer will remove all your worries, negative thoughts and emotions with RONE™ therapy and teach you how to sleep well all the time.

Lack of sleep contributes to many bad conditions:

Little sleep has been associated with a shorter lifespan

Research indicates that people who get less sleep—six or fewer hours a night—have higher blood levels of inflammatory proteins than those who get more. Inflammation is linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, arthritis, and premature aging

If you drive, sleeplessness is grossly underrated as a problem by most people, but the cost to society is enormous. Sleeplessness affects reaction time and decision-making. Insufficient sleep for just one night can be as detrimental to your driving ability as having an alcoholic drink.

Lack of sleep can contribute to depression. A good night’s sleep can really help a moody person decrease their anxiety. You get more emotional stability with good sleep.

And what good sleep can do.

If you’re an athlete, there may be one simple way to improve your performance: sleep. A University study found that tennis players who tried to sleep at least 10 hours a night for seven to eight weeks improved their fitness, had less daytime fatigue and more stamina.

If you are thinking about going on a diet, you might want to plan an earlier bedtime as well. Research has found that dieters who were well rested lost more fat—56% of their weight loss—than those who were sleep deprived, who lost more muscle mass. (They shed similar amounts of total weight regardless of sleep.) Dieters in the study also felt hungrier when they got less sleep. Sleep and metabolism are controlled by the same sectors of the brain. When you are sleepy, certain hormones go up in your blood, and those same hormones drive appetite.

Sleep definitely reduces levels of stress, and with that people can have better control of their blood pressure. It’s also believed that sleep affects cholesterol levels, which plays a significant role in heart disease.”

Good sleep strengthens memories or “practice” skills learned while you were awake (it’s a process called consolidation), but it’s severe and reoccurring sleep deprivation that clearly impairs learning. Because good sleep seems to strengthen the emotional components of a memory during sleep, it may help spur the creative process.

So if you can’t get a good night’s sleep, contact us today for a good night’s sleep every night.

With  RONE™ therapy, we guarantee it.