INSOMNIA. It visits us most of us at some point in our lives and an unwelcome visitor it is. If you’ve ever had a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep, you’ve grappled with this sleep disorder that affects almost 40% of the population. And 10% of that forty percent suffer from chronic insomnia which is a disorder that causes sufferers to experience frequent, sometimes nightly episodes of wakefulness.
Those who suffer from it or have a loved one that does, know that it can be a crippling disease that affects every aspect of your life. It can make sustaining a romantic relationship, a social life, or performing your job efficiently, next to impossible.
But Now You Can Learn The Secret To Falling Asleep In 15 Minutes Or Less, Every Single Night…Sleeping Peacefully All Night Long…And Waking Up Refreshed And Well-Rested Every Morning….
If You’ve Ever:
- Felt hopeless as you realized another sleepless night was passing you by…
- Rolled over, switched pillows, or even gone to the couch to try to get comfortable…
- Lied awake for hours before getting to sleep…
- Been too tired to work, function, or even hold a conversation…
- Avoided social activities because you know you won’t have the energy…
- Or wondered if you’ll have to spend the rest of your life miserable and exhausted…
Then pay close attention to this presentation…
A new scientific breakthrough has finally revealed the true neurological cause of your insomnia… and researchers at the University of Oxford have discovered a simple, natural technique to cure your insomnia as soon as tonight.
It’s the key to erasing the anxiety you feel about going to bed…
And it’s so simple, it starts with a shake recipe you can make right now.
It’s all thanks to a team of neurology scientists who revealed how the medical industry has gotten it wrong about insomnia for decades. The root cause of insomnia isn’t stress, or hormones, or bad habits, or anything else you’ve heard before…
Insomnia is caused by an imbalance in your neural activity – you have too much activity in the “wake center” of your brain, causing your brain to literally fight with itself when you need to sleep.
But now sleep experts have a discovered simple, natural, and safe technique to slow down that neural activity, and “outsmart” your insomnia… without ever using dangerous, addictive sleeping pills.
Thanks to this discovery, thousands of people have used this Outsmart Insomnia technique to escape from the torment of their disease, and finally enjoy their lives again.
Let’s get started.
My name is Sam Oakes, and my insomnia almost killed me.
Before I get to that, let me tell you about myself.
I’m 44 years old, and I live outside Philadelphia with my wife and 2 children.
I’ve spent my life trying to provide a good life for them, and helping them however I can.
But up until a few years ago, I couldn’t even help myself.
Insomnia was making my life a living hell.
It started when I was teenager. My friend complained that it took him an hour to fall asleep. An hour! I would have loved to fall asleep in an hour.
It was the first I realized that it wasn’t normal to lie awake for 3 to 5 hours. Or sometimes not sleep at all.
But if I’d only known what the next stage of my life would bring, I would have been thankful for even a few hours of sleep.
See, a few years after I’d started my career and started my family… my insomnia exploded.
One night I just didn’t fall asleep. All night long I stared at the ceiling.
I thought the next night I’d be so exhausted that I wouldn’t have any problem getting to sleep.
But again, not 1 minute of sleep.
Finally on the 3rd night I slept for 2 hours.
And then the 4th night I went right back to no sleep at all.
That started the worst years of my life. I’d be lucky to sleep a few hours a week.
I’d spend all night staring at the ceiling…
And all day walking around like a zombie.
I’m sure you know exactly what that’s like. Your muscles ache like you’ve been pumping iron all day. You feel buzzed, like everything is brighter and needs your attention, even while your attention span is completely gone.
People talk to you like you’re drunk, and really, you might as well be.
When I was younger, I used to go on long bike rides through the country. It was my favorite, most relaxing thing to do.
But as my insomnia got worse, I couldn’t bike anymore. I’d ride 100 feet and my legs would turn to heavy stones. Not sleeping was exhausting my whole body. I was just too weak to do my favorite hobby.
It made it impossible to stay in shape.
Starting in my early twenties, I gained weight every year. I hated looking in the mirror, because my gut just got bigger and bigger. The worst part was, I was a decent looking guy, except for my insomnia making me gain weight and look sick all the time.
And then I started getting terrible migraines, which my doctor told me was from not sleeping enough. The pain split my head in two, and I couldn’t even function.
My job performance plummeted. It took me forever to get anything done, because my exhausted mind was thinking so slowly. I felt like a failure.
It’s the most frustrating thing I’ve ever experienced. I was just as smart as the next guy, and just as hardworking.
But I was falling behind in my career because of my insomnia. But most embarrassing of all, my sex life with my wife went downhill. My body was just too worn out to perform sexually.
My insomnia was destroying every part of my life. It stole my hobbies, my health, my work, and now my manhood.
I became severely depressed. Was this what the rest of my life would be like?
Everywhere I looked I saw people who didn’t realize how lucky they had it. All I wanted was to sleep normally like everyone else, so I wouldn’t feel so sick and exhausted all the time, so my migraines would go away, and I could enjoy a normal, happy relationship with my wife.
And believe me, I tried everything to fix my insomnia:
Pills knocked me out, but I’d wake up even more tired than when I went to bed! And then all day I’d be too groggy to function. Plus, I’ve seen good people get addicted to sleeping pills. I didn’t trust them.
I tried natural supplements as well. Still didn’t help. Sometimes I’d hear a new trick that was supposed to cure insomnia, so I’d try it. Sometimes the trick might even work for a few weeks, and I’d think I was finally cured. But then the insomnia would come right back.
I didn’t realize yet that the medical industry had no idea what caused insomnia, and they were failing miserably to provide a solution. They didn’t care, since they make over $4.5 billion each year on sleeping pills.
I thought I was doomed to spend my whole life exhausted, unhealthy, and ruining relationships.
Then 3 years ago, it got worse than I ever thought it could.
I was going through a stressful time. Work was tough, and I argued with my wife and kids almost every day.
My insomnia was getting worse and worse. Most nights I didn’t sleep at all.
Which of course made work even tougher, and made me fight with my family even more.
It got to the point where I’d have given anything just to fall asleep.
So I talked to my doctor and got back on sleeping pills.
I knew they were dangerous, and I knew I’d wake up just as tired as when I went to bed, but I didn’t care. I just wanted some rest from the stress of staying awake all night.
But the first night I took the pills, they almost killed me.
Now, at this point I’d only slept about 4 hours over the last 10 days. So I was pretty much walking around in daze.
Since I’d tried sleeping pills before, and they’d never worked that well, I decided I would take twice what the doctor told me to.
(Trust me: never take more than prescribed. I’m lucky to be alive.)
Before putting the kids to bed, I took two pills.
After that I barely remember a thing.
Based on what my wife tells me, here’s what happened:
I tucked in the kids, then went to brush my teeth. My wife asked me if I’d brought in our dog, Maggie. She was a lab who was getting older, so she preferred to spend the night inside. I went back downstairs and let her in.
As exhausted as I was, I must have forgotten that I’d already taken the sleeping pill. So I took two more.
Back upstairs, my wife asked me if I’d made sure the door was locked. I went back downstairs to do that. I must forgotten again, and taken two more.
Now, I was already on a high dose. And I had just swallowed 6 times that much.
Apparently, I passed out on my way back up the stairs.
I do remember feeling my eyelids get heavy, and thinking that this didn’t feel right. I tried to call out to my wife, but nothing came out but a grunt. Suddenly, our dog was at my side, whining and nuzzling my face. Then everything went black.
I woke up in the hospital.
I felt like someone had punched me in the stomach, and then taken a 2×4 to my head.
It turns out, my wife had heard Maggie barking, and found me unconscious on the stairs. She called an ambulance, and 30 minutes later the doctors had pumped my stomach and had me hooked up to all sorts of wires and tubes.
Ironically, I slept more that night than I had in two weeks.
When I finally woke up – thanks to the prayers of my wife and the talent of the doctors – my wife was sitting by my bed.
Her eyes were red and swollen from crying.
After a few minutes, the doctor came in.
At first, they thought I had tried to kill myself!
“No!” I said. “I don’t even know what happened!”
I convinced them that it was an accident. I didn’t want to die!
But the doctor was still concerned.
“You’re lucky you’re still alive,” he told me. “If you’d taken just one more pill, or if you’d arrived at the hospital just 5 minutes later, the drugs would have shut down your whole body.”
I couldn’t believe it. I’d almost died. I’d almost missed out on growing old with my wife, and watching my kids go to college and get married. Then the doctor told me even worse news:
“Your vital statistics aren’t looking good. Your blood pressure is dangerously low. It should be at 120 over 80. Yours is at 75 over 45. We’ve also detected a high number of heart palpitations – your heart is skipping beats. You’re at a very high risk of heart failure.”
“How long have you had insomnia?”
“My whole life,” I told him.
“It’s destroying your cardiovascular system. You could experience fatal heart failure within 3 years.”
Desperation and Despair, Right?
“A team of neuroscientists and medical doctors at the University of Pittsburgh have finally discovered the cause – they finally know what’s going on in your brain when you’re suffering from insomnia.”
“See, your brain has a wake center and a sleep center.”
“Both are complex systems, made up of different parts of the brain.”
“Obviously, when you’re awake, there’s more neural activity in the wake center. And when you’re asleep, there’s more neural activity in the sleep center.”
“When you go to sleep, neurons from the sleep center are sent to slow down activity in the wake center of the brain. When you wake up, the wake center becomes more active and slows down activity in the sleep center.”
“Now, when someone with insomnia tries to sleep, their sleep center becomes active, but their wake center stays active, too. So when you’re lying awake, unable to sleep even though your body is telling you it needs to sleep, both your “wake center” and “sleep center” are active. That’s why it feels like your body is fighting with itself… because it is.”
This new understanding of insomnia came from a study published in the peer reviewed journal Disease Models in 2012. They first studied animals, and then discovered the same ideas were true in people.