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Date:3/31/2009

Natural Solutions Available for Women Suffering from Insomnia

LOS ANGELES, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- For today's women, few things can have a more lasting and negative impact than a lost night's sleep. With a career to attend to, kids to take care of and the endless array of other daily responsibilities on their plates, today's women simply can't afford to lose any sleep.

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Unfortunately, many women are doing just that, and doing so on a regular basis. In fact, according to the National Sleep Foundation, women are far more likely than men to report symptoms of insomnia (63 percent to 54 percent).

One of the reasons many women continue to live with insomnia is the perceived lack of viable solutions. Nearly everyone has heard the rumors associated with some sleep medications, be it their highly addictive nature or the propensity for such medications to put men and women in a trance. Such whispers are often enough to deter women from seeking chemical solutions.

That said, hundreds of thousands of women have begun seeking alternative, drug-free solutions to their sleeping problems. Sleep Pretty in Pink(R) Ear Plugs, for example, have grown in popularity thanks in large part to word of mouth, as hundreds of thousands of busy and once sleep-deprived women have recommended the plugs to friends and family looking for a good night's sleep.

Doctors, too, have begun recommending the plugs, which are tailor made for women's smaller ear canals.

"I recommend the Sleep Pretty in Pink ear plugs to all of my female patients," says Dr. Marc Darrow. "These cute little pink ear plugs are a drug-free solution that helps women fall asleep fast and stay asleep longer."

Loud noises, be it from barking dogs, morning garbage trucks or the ever-present snoring of spouses, are often at the root of female insomnia. Sleep Pretty in Pink Ear Plugs reduce noise by 32 decibels while providing a safe and comfortable solution, promoting a natural night's sleep without the negative side effects of chemical alternatives.

Other natural and healthy ways to combat insomnia include:

  • Regular daily exercise. As little as 30 minutes of exercise per day can make it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep. While daily exercise can be effective, don't exercise too late at night, as such a schedule will raise your body temperature, perhaps adding to your existing difficulties with insomnia.
  • Eliminate nap time. Busy professionals often find a short nap can help them make it through the day. However, such naps can prove too energizing, making it more difficult to fall asleep at bedtime.
  • Close the curtains when you go to bed. Light that shines into the room each morning could be sending the wrong signal to your body, telling it to wake up at sunrise when you can actually sleep in a little longer.

Sleep Pretty in Pink Ear Plugs are available at grocery, drug and superstore locations nationwide. For more information, visit www.sleepinpink.com.


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