Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Nutronics Labs CEO and founder Dr. Rick Lentini released a statement today in reaction to some startling data released by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) about sleep statistics in the United States. In wake of the official statistics report, the CDC has called insufficient sleep a "public health epidemic."
The CDC report links insufficient sleep to a variety of dangerous scenarios including "motor vehicle crashes, industrial disasters, and medical and other occupational errors." Amazingly, the sleep study report found that nearly 40% of both males and females have unintentionally fallen asleep during the day at least once in the last month.
"These statistics sound alarming but it's studies like this one that inspired Nutronics Labs to release our natural sleep aid 'Sleep Miracle' in the first place," said Dr. Rick Lentini. "There are so many natural supplements that provide daily solutions for health, but the 8 hours that we spend asleep tend to get ignored by natural health supplement companies."
The CDC sleep report also goes on to highlight daily difficulties that are reported by those who have trouble with insufficient sleep. Among the most popular responses: trouble concentrating, hard time remembering, and difficulties with work.
Nutronics Labs, best known for being the world's leading manufacturer of IGF-1 deer antler spray, has seen a steady increase in the popularity of their "Sleep Miracle Plus" supplement in recent years. The drug-free supplement features an impressive, all-natural ingredient list including Passiflora incarnate, Valeriana officinalis, and cervidae parvum comu (more commonly known as deer antler velvet extract.) Nutronics Labs' "Sleep Miracle" utilizes some of the world's most well known sleep ingredients, many of which have been used for thousands of years by different cultures.
"We've created 'Sleep Miracle' to help people who want a natural solution for improved sleep," said Lentini. "We want consumers to know that there are solutions available other than narcotic medications."
To learn more about Nutronics Labs' "Sleep Miracle Plus", you can visit them online at http://www.nutronicslabs.com/natural-sleep-aid.html
To read more about the CDC's sleep study (originally published 3/14/13), visit the official website at: http://www.cdc.gov/features/dssleep/
Dr. Rick Lentini, Ph.D.
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