Georgia Woman Conquers Insomnia As Sleepless Nights Skyrocket In US

Lilburn, GA (PressExposure) April 22, 2009 -- The National Institute of Health reports that 70 million Americans - almost 1/3 of our population - have trouble sleeping at night. And the number of Americans who can't sleep has accelerated sharply since the recession began in the autumn of 2008. with many unable to get a good night's sleep because of worries about the economy, jobs and personal finances. Yet Sydney Johnston of Lilburn, Georgia, has conquered her 15+ years of insomnia, going from an average of four hours of sleep per night to an amazing 7-9 hours. And she sleeps naturally, without the use of any drugs or pills.

"My doctor tried to prescribe sleeping pills for me, and became aggravated when I refused," explains Johnston. "But they're dangerous and not meant for long-term use so I experimented with natural remedies until I found an answer." Johnston is certain that the human body needs natural sleep that works with the body, rather than drugged, unnatural sleep from prescription and over-the-counter sleeping pills.

By using two natural supplements, Johnston's insomnia is only a bad memory. The supplements cost about $10 per month and also strengthen the human immune system and fight dangerous free radicals. These, along with common sense habits like avoiding caffeine late at night and taking a warm bath a couple of hours before bedtime, have Johnston sound asleep while her friends and neighbors are awake worrying.

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About Sydney Johnston: Sydney Johnston is a 66 year old entrepreneur who creates information products on alternative health, youthing and natural healing.

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Press Release Submitted On: April 21, 2009 at 5:59 am
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