Stress can ruin your day.
Insomnia will wreck your night.
And the only thing worse than battling either one is when you have to fight off BOTH at once.
Yet it happens, and it happens often…
If misery loves company, then these two conditions are perfect partners; they feed off each other in a vicious cycle that can drive you right to the very edge of your sanity.
Now, new research reveals how that’s just the beginning of the nightmare.
Turns out these two conditions won’t just drive you to your wit’s end…
They can take you right to life’s end, too!
But not tonight – because I’ve got an easy way to fight the stress, get back to sleep and avoid these deadly risks.
And you can do it WITHOUT anxiety meds and sleep drugs!
FIGHT stress, SLEEP better and SAVE your life
If you have high blood pressure – and, based on the latest guidelines, who doesn’t? – the new study finds that stress and insomnia can have DEADLY consequences.
Either one on its own will raise your death risk.
But the two together will TRIPLE your odds of dying prematurely from heart disease.
The study looked at work stress – especially among office workers – because that’s some of the easiest to spot, identify and describe.
Who doesn’t turn beet-red when thinking of a nightmare boss?
But even if you’re long past your work years, you could still battle the same levels of stress due to family problems, medical nightmares, politics, bad neighbors or anything else that’s driving you nuts.
If it combines with insomnia, then you’re in the same position as the folks in the new study.
And you’re facing the same risks.
Now, the best way to fight stress is to tackle the cause of it – eliminate any sources of stress that you can’t manage whenever possible.
But sometimes, stress and anxiety seem to strike out of nowhere…
It’s not one big thing; it’s a whole bunch of small things at once. Or maybe you’re just on edge and you’re not even sure why.
That’s when it’s time to break out the natural stress-busters… and not coincidentally, one of the best is also a great way to get sleep: Valerian.
It’s available as a supplement on its own, but you can also find it in an herbal tea with other natural relaxants including chamomile and passionflower.