• By Dr. John Fudens

    Lack of good, proper, refreshing sleep is a major problem for many people in society. Over 35 million Americans suffer some form of insomnia. Five percent have symptoms chronic or severe enough to seek medical attention. Symptoms of insomnia include but are not limited to restlessness, tossing and turning, waking not refreshed, can’t fall asleep, easily awakened by noises or the mind racing with thoughts. Sleep is important to us spiritually, mentally, emotionally and physically. Sleep is most important for the body to heal itself from damage, tissue regeneration, muscle building, hormone production, fat metabolism, blood sugar and insulin regulation and removing wastes from the body. Continue reading »