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America's Hidden Pandemic: 100 Million Suffer From Sleep Problems
Date:2/11/2010

How to Choose the Best Sleep Aid? Natural Sleep Aids such as Somniac PM Become a Popular Alternative

Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 11, 2010 -- Houston-based Aikon Wellness, Inc. announced recently that it had launched a revolutionary new natural sleep aid, Somniac PM (www.SomniacPM.com) to address America's true pandemic, lack of sleep.

According to the National Institute of Health, at least 70 million Americans suffer from sleep troubles. The National Commission for Sleep Disorders reported to the U.S. Congress that 100 million Americans have occasional sleep problems, with over 30 million having some form of chronic insomnia. Lack of sleep is not just an inconvenience, it can lead to serious health problems. Could some of the most debilitating health problems be addressed simply by getting enough sleep?

“Sleep is vital to our health,” says Dr. David Summers, an independent medical research scientist whose previous blockbuster dietary supplements include Endothil-CR(TM) and Stemulite(TM), which was one of General Nutrition Center's (NYSE: GNC) TOP 20 sellers in 2009. “For example, according to a study by the American Heart Association, not having enough sleep can lead to high blood pressure. Sleep problems have for long been associated with cardiovascular disease, but AHA's study demonstrates a link between too few hours of sleep and the incidence of hypertension. And, uncontrolled blood press
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