Why are these two good buddies so happy?

The reason is simple. They are both finally getting some quality sleep.  

Sleeplessness is a big problem in America. According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), almost six out of ten Americans report having insomnia at least a few nights weekly. Insomnia is defined as “An inability to fall asleep or remain asleep long enough to feel rested, especially when the problem continues over time.” In an effort to combat this, as many as 25 percent of the people in the United States use medications to help them sleep.

The use of prescription sleeping drugs, such as Ambien, Lunesta and Sonata, has been steadily increasing. Global sales for all sleeping pills, called hypnotics, will top $5 billion in the next several years. Most sleeping pills, especially when taken over long periods of time, stay in the bloodstream, giving a hangover the next day and beyond, and impair memory and performance on the job and at home.

Here is a paper I just came across that gives the 75,000,000 + people in the United States another option rather than taking dangerous drugs for helping them sleep optimally.

Silent Night Patch Improves Qualitative and Quantitative Measures of Sleep and Enhances Quantitative Makers of Organ Function

Sherry Blake-Greenberg ND, MA, HMD, and Homer Nazeran PhD, CPEng (Biomed.)*ABSTRACT

Quality sleep is essential for rejuvenation and regeneration of body systems. Many physiological and psychological factors can affect quality of sleep. One factor that influences both the quality and quantity of sleep is an over-function and under-function of the nervous system and brain activity. The level of toxicity in the vital organs in the body is also an important factor. Stress is a main causative factor as well.

Actigraphic measurements depicting movement during sleep, Electro Interstitial Scans (EIS) of different organs reflecting physiological functional status, Leeds sleep evaluation questionnaire as well as sleep diary data reflecting subjective evaluation of sleep were collected from 20 volunteers [5 males and 15 females, 20-79 (55 ± 12) years of age, 105-235 lbs (158 ± 36) in weight, and 5 – 6.4 ft (5.5 ± 0.3) in height] over a period of 3 weeks at baseline and at the end of each week afterwards. Baseline data were acquired from all subjects at the beginning of the study period before wearing the Silent Night Patch. After one week of accommodation to wearing the Actiwatches, Silent Night Patch was worn nightly on the right temple 1 hour before sleep for weeks 2. Subjects were instructed to keep well hydrated during the study period. All subjects served as their own control. The effects of Silent Night Patch on qualitative and quantitative measures of sleep were evaluated. The hypothesis to be tested was: The Silent Night patch worn on the right temple nightly 1 hour before sleep for two weeks significantly improves cellular physiologic functional status in different parts of the brain, cardiac ventricles, adrenal and thyroid glands.

Actigraphic data analysis demonstrated that compared to baseline on average there was


29% reduction in activity level during sleep,

22% reduction in total awake time,

28% increase in ratio of time in bed over awake time,

– and 27% reduction in restlessness after wearing the Silent Night Patch for 2 weeks.
Statistical analysis of the EIS data revealed that there was significant improvement in cellular physiologic functional status of the brain (frontal lobe, temporal lobe, hippocampus, hypothalamus), cardiac ventricles, adrenals and thyroid gland at the end of the study period with respect to the corresponding baseline data. The results showed a highly significant (p < 0.001) improvement in the physiologic functional status of the temporal lobe, hippocampus, hypothalamus (average statistical power = 100%) and adrenal glands (statistical power = 96%) with a very significant improvement (p<0.01) in the functioning of the frontal lobe (statistical power of 75%). There was a significant (p < 0.05) improvement with an average statistical power of at least 72% in the functional status of the thyroid gland and cardiac ventricles. The liver, kidneys and intestines did not achieve statistical significance over this period.

In summary, the overall data in this study demonstrated that the Silent Night Patch worn on the right temple nightly 1 hour before sleep for 2 weeks produced considerable improvements in the objective and subjective measures of sleep and caused an impressive improvement in the physiologic functional status of different parts of the brain and adrenal glands with significant enhancement on the functioning of the cardiac ventricles and thyroid glands. Therefore, the hypothesis was accepted as true.

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Here is a NEW video that tells the whole story about Lifewave patches and the company.

Very interesting. A must view for leaning how to take control of your health.


Please share this with all you know and ask them to do the same.

Sincerely yours,

Dr. Stephen Blake

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