Insomnia is a Global Epidemic
Insomnia is defined by the US National Institute of Health as “the perception or complaint of inadequate sleep “ while classifying it into three types: transient, intermittent and chronic. A huge portion of the global population suffers from some form of insomnia with recent statistics varying per country from 10% to 90% of the population afflicted.
Causes of Insomnia
Causes of insomnia include the following:
- Physical illnesses
- Peptic ulcers
- Gastric reflux
- Nighttime urination
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Hyperactive thyroid
- Parkinson's disease
- Nocturnal breathlessness including asthma
- Prostate problems
- Menopausal hormonal imbalance
- Heart Failure
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea
- Restless Leg Syndrome
- Circadian Rhythm Disorder
- REM sleep disorders
- Psychological and Cognitive Causes
- General Anxiety Disorder
- Bipolar Disorder
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Post traumatic stress disorder
- Panic Disorder
- Acute psychosis
- Withdrawal from medications
- A large number of prescription drugs (decongestants, bronchodilators, diuretics, anti- hypertensives, anti-epileptics, anti-arrhythmics, thyroid medication, sleep aids, etc)
- Circadian rhythm disruptions
- Jet lag
- Shift work
- Afternoon naps
- Recreational activities
- Life style
- Impaired social relationships
- Separation from a spouse or partner
- Lack of exercise
- Daytime napping
- Recreational drug use
- School demands (homework, tests)
- Work demands
- Environmental noise
- Food allergies
Sleep Deprivation Wrecks Havoc with Your Health
Sleep deprivation adversely affects your brain which in turn is responsible for most of its health consequences. The following is a partial list of the effects resulting from sleep deprivation:
- Difficulty concentrating
- Impaired memory
- Compromised problem solving
- Compromised decision making
- Rigid thought patterns
- Slow reaction times
- Slurred Speech
- Aching muscles
- Social ineptness
- Feeling overwhelmed and/or stressed-out
- Strange appetite changes
- Memory loss or lapses
- Hand tremors
- Heart Disease
- Blood shot eyes
- Peri-orbital puffiness (eye bags)
- Diabetes, type 2
- Decreased reaction time
- Decreased temperature
- Growth suppression
- Compromised immunity
Sleep Deprivation Can have Grave Consequences
Reducing your nighttime sleep by as little as one and half hours in just a single night can reduce your daytime alertness by as much as 32%. This can result in occupational injury with at least a 2 fold increase in risk. In the US the National Highway Traffic Administration claims that more than 100,000 automobile crashes, 71,000 injuries and 1550 fatalities occur yearly due to excessive drowsiness as a result of sleep deprivation.
Sleep deprivation basically causes a poor quality of life wherein your ability to participate in normal family functions and activities may be greatly compromised. Relationships are often stressed due to moodiness, conflicts and the need for separate bedrooms, etc. Your memory becomes impaired with your ability to process information for proper decision making significantly compromised. Wrong decisions can be costly on many levels.
Sleep Deprivation Compromises Your Immune System and Your Metabolism
Your adrenal glands which rest atop each of your kidneys are a major regulator and support of your immune system and metabolism. They are like miniature but extremely powerful batteries that require charging every day between midnight and 6 am while you sleep. If your adrenal glands do not get charged up during those times they will eventually develop what is called an “adrenal insufficiency” resulting in compromise of your immune system. As is well known, a compromised immune system is like opening Pandora's box.
Moreover, as noted above, the adrenal system and the thyroid system are co-dependent on each other. A weakened adrenal system results in a compromised thyroid system and an altered metabolism. An altered metabolism can result in obesity and weight control issues. Therefore, it is imperative for you to have quality sleep during that time slot in order to maintain proper adrenal functioning for the sake of your immune system and your metabolism at the very least.
It is notable that there are millions of people without obvious insomnia that still suffer from a lack of rest. Even with sleeping in a timely manner and getting a full night's rest, a person may still show signs of sleep deprivation. This comes as a result when the quality of sleep is not there.
Radical New Technology Provides a Means to Extend the Quality and Length of Sleep
As noted above sleep deprivation is quite problematic for one's health. Since there are so many sleep aids and drugs that are as problematic for most people as their lack of sleep, there is a need for a better solution. Fortunately, a radical new technology has allowed the development of the world's first “sleep extender”. This “sleep extender” will actually extend the amount of sleep you get by a multiplier factor. This multiplier factor then causes the actual amount of sleep you get to replenish you physiologically as if you got a full night's rest. Proof is that you will not suffer from the symptoms of sleep deprivation as noted above though your hours of nightly sleep may have been largely diminuative.
This so-called “sleep extender” is known as SLEEP X™, the Sleep Extender. SLEEP X™ is a QuantumXtreme™ medicine development by ZAG, the humanitarian medical research group that employs QuantumMAN™.
SLEEP X™ programs you to extend the length of time actually slept during the night by a multiplier factor. This factor physiologically extends the physicial benefits of what little sleep occured so that sleep deprivation and its symptoms do not occur. You will wake up refreshed as if you received a full night of sleep. You simply purchase SLEEP X™ and receive a number of its "Portal Access Keys™" (PAKs™). Accessing these PAKs™ via your personal comptuer, smartphone or tablet allows your body to quantumly receive (upload) SLEEP X™'s master programs. One dose of SLEEP X™ has a 24 hour duration of action due to repeater programs embedded in their data. You may increase your dosage for a more potent effect without concern of adverse side effects regardless of dose. For a complete discussion of how a PAK™ works, click here.
The entire universe including the human body and disease that attacks it operates according to the principles of quantum physics. Since the human body is a quantum operating system it requires a quantum solution for compatibility and effectiveness. Chemical based operating systems are not compatible with human physiology as evidenced by their potential for adverse side effects.
QuantumMan guarantees your complete satisfaction with SLEEP X™ for 30 days from time of purchase or your money is refunded.
As with all QuantumXtreme™ medicines, SLEEP X™ offers these advantages:
- No possibility of any adverse side effects
- Safe for all ages
- Safe for pregnant women and the unborn fetus
- Guaranteed satisfaction
- Clinically tested and proven
- Compatible with human physiology
- Compatible with all medical conditions
For other benefits of QuantumXtreme™ medicines, please click here.
"With SLEEP X™ I feel more rested with just 2-3 hours of sleep than I do getting 8-9 hours of sleep without SLEEP X™."
- Ruth G., Melbourne
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QuantumMAN’s SLEEP X™ Sleep Extender: Nine doses with each dose having a 24 hour duration of action for only $15 USD.
How to dose SLEEP X™:
- If you expect to only get 1 hour of sleep, then upload: 4 or more SLEEPX™.
- If you expect to only get 2-4 hours of sleep, then upload: 3 or more SLEEPX™.
- If you expect to only get 5+ hours of sleep, then upload: 2 or more SLEEPX™.
SleepX™ (Sleep Extender)