Insomnia

$47.00

This Universal Sound Therapy Protocol was specifically designed to help your body deal with Insomnia.

Description

Insomnia?  Can’t sleep, well your not alone.  The description used by the Mayo Clinic states that Insomnia is a disorder that makes it hard to fall asleep, makes it hard to stay asleep or both.  What ever part of that you have you are probably:

  • Waking up unrefreshed
  • Unable to function at your normal levels
  • Have no energy
  • Moody
  • Health is deteriorating
  • Work performance is dropping off
  • Quality of life is down
So what are the causes?  I tell you the list of possible causes is long.
  • Aging
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Medications
  • Caffeine, nicotine and alcohol
  • Medical conditions
  • Change in environment – schedules
  • Eating too much late at night
  • A change in your health
So now, what can you do? That seems to be the big question doesn’t it.  If you are suffering from insomnia I am willing to bet you have tried many things:
  • Medications
  • Over the counter sleep aides
  • Behavior therapy such as relaxation therapy
  • New pillows
  • Going to bed earlier
  • Going to bed later
But have you ever tried or even thought of Sound Therapy?  This is where we come in, at Universal Sound Therapy we help your body heal and get rid of the blocks that are causing you to lose sleep.  We provide your body the tools to overcome Insomnia. Frequencies such as Delta, Theta and Alpha waves, frequencies for your brain and nervous system, frequencies that remind your body of where it needs to be vibrating at to be healthy and to sleep.
The good news is that it works, your body can heal itself and turn this viscous no sleep cycle around.  The other good news is that our 90 day money back guarantee won’t cause you to lose sleep either.  If we can’t help, we don’t want your money.
Give our Universal Sound Therapy healing session for Insomnia a try, you have nothing to lose but long sleepless nights.

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