Insomnia — Lack of Sleep
Do you toss and turn at night? Or do you go to bed exhausted only to lie there for hours watching the clock? Or perhaps you go to sleep then wake up at 2am and can't fall back asleep? If this happens to you, then don't feel alone. Millions of people suffer from insomnia — the state of habitual sleeplessness. Sometimes, it is caused by physical or emotional stress or maybe by life changes. Usually those things resolve fairly quickly. But going without sleep takes its toll. Insomnia affects every area of our life. Our work suffers, our family suffers, our health suffers.
Pain and Inflammation
Joint and muscle pain and inflammation can leave you cranky and depressed. Though many people think it's a sign of aging, it is just as common in younger folks who have experiences injuries. Of course, the environmental toxins play a part too. Regardless of the reason, you are desperate for a solution. You long for the days when you could play golf or ride a bike or go for a jog without every nerve ending in your body crying out. But the activities you so enjoy seem to just make the pain worse. It can leave you feeling both frustrated and depressed.
Incontinence — Bladder Control
Bladder dysfunction, leaky bladder, urinary inconvenience, all mean one thing — you need a restroom ... and FAST! If you are at home, then it is not as urgent, but what happens when you are in the grocery store? So often, you are at one end and the restrooms are at the other. Yikes! Then there's the multiple times during the night that you get up. Even if you are able to get right back to sleep, this night-time disturbance can leave you feeling tired and lethargic the next day. It's hard to function at your best when you're energy levels are depleted!