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Users of Gene-Eden, a Natural Antiviral, Report less Sleeping Problems in a Recent Study
Date:10/14/2009

In a recent study, people who suffer from sleeping problems report better sleep with Gene-Eden, a natural supplement that targets many common chronic viruses.

Rochester, NY (PRWEB) October 14, 2009 -- Recently, polyDNA conducted a series of interviews with users of the natural antiviral Gene-Eden. Analysis of the interviews revealed that the users of the supplement experience less sleeping problems, that is, better sleep relative to the time before taking the supplement.

Trouble sleeping? Recent scientific studies show that the cause of many sleeping problems might be an infection with a chronic virus. As Professor Mark Opp, from the Medical School at the University of Michigan, said: "Data reviewed demonstrate the extent to which sleep is altered during the course of (an) infection."

One of the studies, which showed the relationship between chronic viruses and sleeping problems, was conducted by a team of scientists headed by Professor Jose G. Montoya from the School of Medicine at Stanford University. The study showed that treatment with the antiviral drug valganciclovir benefited many people who suffered from a sleep disorder. In the study, the scientists gave the drug to a group of patients who were suffering from sleep disturbances, and who had a high concentration of chronic viruses in their body. The drug worked. It resolved the sleeping problems in 75% of these patients!

Gene-Eden: antiviral dietary supplement for better sleep

Gene-Eden is an all natural, broad range, antiviral dietary supplement that targets many common viruses during their latent or chronic infection phase. These viruses include the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), Herpes Simplex virus (HSV), Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Varicella Zoster virus (VZV), Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), Hepatitis C Virus (HCV), and other less known viruses.

The Gene-Eden formulation is based on five natural ingredients. To identify these ingredients, the scientists at polyDNA used a unique process. First, they collected thousands of scientific papers. Then, they analyzed the content of these papers with their in-house, proprietary bio-informatics computer program. Finally, they used the results of the computer analysis to select the five most powerful and safe antiviral ingredients.

Some of the papers identified by the computer analysis that show the powerful antiviral effect of the five ingredients are available on the Gene-Eden website.

Recently, polyDNA conducted a series of interviews with users of the antiviral Gene-Eden. In these interviews the polyDNA representatives asked the participants about their sleeping experiences before and after using the supplement. For instance, the representatives asked how many times a night the participant wakes up on average, or how long does it take to fall back asleep. The analysis of the answers to these questions revealed that the users of Gene-Eden experience less sleeping problems, that is, better sleep relative to the time before taking the supplement.

What is the difference between Gene-Eden and sleeping pills like Ambien or supplements like melatonin?

According to the Consumer Reports website, "Most sleep drugs are supposed to be taken for no longer than two weeks or so, and continued use could lead to serious side effects or dependency; "rebound" insomnia, in which sleeplessness returns and might actually worsen; memory lapses; and hallucinations."

Why do people experience these side effects? Because sleeping pills like Ambien and supplements like melatonin change the chemistry in the brain. These sleeping pills induce sleep by creating an artificial chemistry in the user's brain. However, this artificial chemistry is … artificial, and as such, is responsible for the serious side effects.

Moreover, since the brain is adoptive, overtime the users of these pills can no longer fall asleep without inducing the artificial chemistry, that is, without taking the sleeping pills.

In contrast to these artificial sleeping aids, Gene-Eden targets the chronic viruses in the body, a common cause of sleeping problems. Gene-Eden does not induce an artificial chemistry. It rather recreates the more natural, healthy state, typical of a person with little or no chronic viruses, a person that experiences uninterrupted, refreshing sleep.

More information on Gene-Eden and sleep is available on the "About Sleep" web page. Gene-Eden is available on Amazon.com.

Contact:

Tal Davidson
polyDNA
585-563-3200

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