A few nights ago, I couldn't get to sleep. I wasn't stressed. I wasn't worried about anything. I was actually in a very good mood and just didn't want to sleep. I had too many things going through my mind. Ever been there?
That particular night ... actually most nights ... I took some melatonin. It's normally great for helping me get some rest. But there are times when it doesn't help me sleep, like that night.
Fortunately, I was prepared. And believe it or not, I didn't turn to another nutrient to help me sleep. I simply put on a bracelet. And it helped me get to sleep in minutes. How is that possible?
The bracelet I put on is called the Sleep Bracelet. It's made by Philip Stein, the famous watch maker. The Sleep Bracelet works on our sleep patterns. As you may have already experienced, our sleep patterns change as we age. The reason is due to our bodies' natural frequencies. Everything in the universe vibrates at various frequencies, including our bodies. The earth vibrates naturally at a low-level called the Schumann resonance, which is 7.83 Herz waves per second. This also is the frequency people experience when they're calm and relaxed.
Many researchers believe this isn't the only frequency that affects us. Studies suggest that all frequencies, including electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) like those that emanate from cell phones, computers, power lines, TVs, and other electronic devices, also affect us. These studies indicate that some frequencies are good for us and others throw off our bodies' frequency. I've even read studies that say some of those frequencies make us more agitated, nervous, or restless.
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Scientist Rutger Wever was able to figure out these frequencies. And the Philip Stein Company used his research to develop products that help calm us down. The Sleep Bracelet is the result of their hard work. It contains a metal disc that functions like an antenna. It draws in natural frequencies that are important to sleep and channels them into your body. Since your brain is electromagnetic in nature, it tunes in to these subtle frequencies and tells your body to relax and sleep.
Honestly, I didn't believe any of this when I first heard about it. I remember when my friend Nan Fuchs, PhD told me about these bracelets, I thought she was crazy. It took me years just to try one. That's when Philip Stein contacted me and offered me a Sleep Bracelet free of charge to test it out. And the first time I did, I was stunned. I had the softest, deepest, and most relaxing sleep I had experienced in years. I say softest because that's what it felt like. Melatonin tends to give me a hard, deep sleep. As a result, I sometimes wake up feeling groggy in the morning. The soft sleep I experienced with the bracelet was completely different. It was so comfortable and relaxing.
Now, I have to admit, it doesn't work like that every time. But it consistently helps me get that terrific sleep. But don't just take my word for it. One researcher wanted to find out if the bracelet worked in a repeatable way. Michael Breus, PhD conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study on it. He followed a group of volunteers who had not slept well in over three months. He asked them to wear the bracelet as directed and found that 96% of those who wore the bracelet experienced one or more of the following improvements: falling asleep faster, feeling more refreshed in the morning, sleeping longer, and having more pleasant dreams. The primary response was feeling more refreshed in the morning. That's the same response I have.
My results were quick. But, like I said, it doesn't work the same every time for me. For others, it takes longer to see results, but they're more consistent. And most people experience better, longer sleep within a week.
The Sleep Bracelet is not cheap. At $395, it may seem too expensive to try. But if supplements aren't working for you, the sleep bracelet is well worth the cost. Plus, it comes with a five-year warranty. And you don't have to buy a new product every month. You can expect the imbedded frequencies to last at least eight to nine years. The company says it's possible they'll last indefinitely. And you can always change out the discs.
Because of my experience with the Sleep Bracelet, I'd love for you to try the Sleep Bracelet. So I worked out a deal for Nutrient Insider subscribers with Philip Stein. Simply call 800-254-2739 and give them the code PSJULY16 or go to their website http://philipstein.com// with the same code PSJULY16 at check out. This will identify you as a Nutrient Insider subscriber and they will give you 10% off the purchase price. Yes, my publisher gets a commission for each purchase made by a Nutrient Insider subscriber with the code. But if you're not satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product within 30 days and receive a full refund.
Because of my experience with the Sleep Bracelet, I'd love for you to try the Sleep Bracelet. So I worked out a deal for Nutrient Insider subscribers with Philip Stein. Simply call 800-254-2739 and give them the code PSJULY16 or go to their website www.philipstein.com with the same code PSJULY16 at check out. This will identify you as a Nutrient Insider subscriber and they will give you 10% off the purchase price. Yes, my publisher gets a commission for each purchase made by a Nutrient Insider subscriber with the code. But if you're not satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product within 30 days and receive a full refund.
If you give it a try, please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know how it works for you.
Your insider for better health,
Steve Kroening, ND