Sleep Aid Industry Always Awake, Experts Say

An article published in Time Magazine’s online business section reveals that sleep problems continue to be on the rise among Americans. In fact, the Center for Disease Control reports that more than 40 million American adults aren’t getting the standard 7 to 9 hours of sleep recommended by the National Sleep Foundation. Put sleep problems on a worldwide perspective and these numbers will skyrocket even more.

So where should we throw the blame for this overwhelming social phenomenon?

Apart from our ultra-busy lifestyle, it is the increasing number of distractions (like television and the Internet) that robs many of us a good night’s sleep. The worst part is more and more people rely on shortsighted solutions like sleeping pills in hopes that these will put their sleeping problems at bay.

On the other hand, the demand for high-quality sleelp aids like LifeWave Silent Nights continues to grow by leaps and bounds. And with the sleep industry expected to go beyond its $32 billion mark in 2012 (The Fiscal Times report), it’s safe to assume that more people are now searching for better sleeping solutions.

As a proponent of LifeWave products, I highly recommend a combination of LifeWave Y-Age Aeon during the day for stress reduction and then LifeWave Silent Nights for optimum sleep results.

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