Recipe for a Good Night’s Sleep

When was the last time you got a really good night’s sleep and woke up truly refreshed? Now, imagine what it would be like if that were a nightly occurrence. Sound wonderful?

Sleeplessness is a chronic problem for tens of millions of Americans. And getting insufficient sleep isn’t just a matter of feeling lousy in the morning and slogging through your day. Merely trying to get by on less than six hours of sleep for days on end can seriously impair cognitive function and your immune system.

Research has also linked sleep deprivation to chronic illnesses such as hypertensiondiabetes, and bipolar disorder.

When it comes down to it, “Most cases of insomnia are a result of stress.”And one of the most effective means for de-stressing and inducing sleep is listening to music In fact, a Stanford University study revealed that music can actually change brain function to the same degree as medication—but without the nasty side effects.

But not just any music will do. Obviously, if you’re trying to get some shut-eye, “We Will Rock You,” by Queen will simply not do the trick! Instead, the experts tell us you want soft, instrumental music with a slow beat.

Additionally, you must find the music enjoyable. Many studies use classical music from Beethoven or Mozart for sleep studies. But classical music is not everybody’s cup of tea.

But there’s a new genre of music available that was composed to induce relaxation, wholeness and healing. It’s called Wholetones. Wholetones consists of seven CDs, each 22 minutes long. The pieces consist of beautifully orchestrated, unique instrumental melodies.

Here’s what others are saying about Wholetones:

“I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Severe hand tremors and leg twitching are my symptoms. Listening to Wholetones at bedtime helps me fall asleep faster. Your music has allowed me to sleep better.” – Myrna

“We play Wholetones softly at night while sleeping and we can tell the difference. Before I could feel my muscles tense up during the night and I would have trouble sleeping but not while Wholetones is playing.My husband has not been able to sleep all night long for a long time, but by listening to Wholetones play all night he has been sleeping much longer. ” – Geri Riggs

“I’ve tried all manner of natural and conventional medications to help me sleep. Nothing has worked until I began listening to Wholetones. I’m finally sleeping better!” – Nancy Correa

It’s great to hear how Wholetones is helping others, but what about you? Go to www.Wholetones.comnow and click on the “Samples” selection at the top of the page to hear what each CD sounds like. The same page offers more information and the opportunity to purchase these “Seven amazing new musical tones found to relieve stress…promote healing…break negative cycles…and restore sound sleep.”

Now what’s keeping you from getting a good night’s sleep? Go to Wholetones now!