Right now, seniors are struggling with one of the most important elements to health and wellness—rejuvenating sleep.
Unfortunately, mainstream medicine can only offer the same tired pills to help and they come with enough side effects to keep anyone up at night…
Changes in appetite, dizziness, heartburn, problems with attention or memory, and grogginess the next day just to name a few.
They call that a solution? Even when used occasionally, it’s more like a nightmare.
I want to introduce you to a PILL-FREE sleep solution you never thought to try.
It’s not a pill, it’s not an expensive pillow, it’s not a “high tech” mattress or an outlandish “trick.”
But this type of pill-free solution has been shown in a study to help seniors enjoy 60% better sleep.
And that’s not all. In fact, it seems tailor-made to help anyone find blissful sleep, night after night. Studies have shown this type of solution can…
I’m going to walk you through each of these studies on Sunday, March 27th so you can see the full picture for yourself.
I’m going to show you how it’s time-tested, safe, and well-studied.
But most importantly, I’m going to show you a NEW option for rejuvenating sleep.
If the mainstream won’t show you the exciting research behind it, I will.
So I urge you to mark your calendar join us this Sunday, March 27th, at 3pm (EDT).
This is a once-in-a-lifetime event for anyone concerned with getting a good night’s sleep, night after night.
I hope to see you there.
Marc S. Micozzi
Difficulty falling asleep was the beginning of a long journey on a road filled with drugs, sleep aids, relaxation
exercises, hypnosis and more, but only short lived improvements were realized. Reached the point where I’ve resigned myself to accept sleeplessness and getting older go hand-in-hand.
Thank you for studying this very widespread problem.
– Anne R.
I’ve had sleeping difficulty since my sixties – However tired, I seem only to sleep two nights out of three.
I will be so grateful for a solution because medication is not an option.
– Helen C.
Looking forward to your summit and hopefully improving my quality of sleep!
– Samantha T.
I’ve just been under a lot of stress and worry, so I don’t sleep well. If I could consistently get a good night’s sleep, I’m sure I would do better in all ways!
– Anthony L.
My whole family seems to have sleep issues, most notably my mother.
Therefore, I thought these sleep issues were normal, so I suffered until I was 60. I’m 75 now. My sleep issues include an over-active brain, with racing thoughts at bedtime and difficulty staying asleep.
I’m hoping to get off my sleep meds at some point. Thanks!
– Juliet W.
Marc S. Micozzi, M.D., Ph.D. In his 40-year career, physician, medical anthropologist and epidemiologist Marc S. Micozzi M.D., Ph.D., has accomplished something no other physician has been able to achieve.
He thrust the STAGGERING PROOF of complementary alternative therapies in the faces of mainstream medicine AND DEMANDED ANSWERS. In fact, some of the world’s most recognized natural research–on things like lycopene, lutein, brassica vegetables, and excess iron–would not even exist without his courage to stand up for true science.
His medical career is all but unrivaled—especially given his vast and unique mixture of experience within mainstream medicine and complementary and alternative medicine (CAM).
Dr. Micozzi was the founding editor-in-chief of the first US journal in Complementary and Alternative Medicine and organized and edited the first US textbook in the field, Fundamentals of Complementary & Integrative Medicine in 1996. He has published nearly 300 articles in medical literature and is the author or editor of over 25 books.
His experience made him the obvious choice to organize and chair continuing education conferences on the theory and practice of CAM and has even co-chaired with former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop (whom he has collaborated with in different fashions for nearly 25 years) in 1996 and Dr. Dean Ornish in 1998.
He’s also one of the most effective spokesmen for CAM, contributing to the New York Times, Washington Post, Miami Herald, Chicago Tribune as well as NPR, Good Morning America, and CBS Evening News.
As the Senior Investigator of cancer prevention at the National Cancer Institute, Dr. Micozzi published the original research on diet, nutrition, and chronic disease. He continued this line of research as the Associate Director of the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and Director of the National Museum of Health and Medicine.
He has served as the Executive Director of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia (the same state where he completed medical and graduate training at the University of Pennsylvania).
In recent years, Dr. Micozzi has served as the Founding Director of the Policy Institute for Integrative Medicine in Bethesda, MD, working to educate policy makers, the health professions, and the general public about the opportunities for integrative medicine and the need for clean, clear science within our modern medical establishment.