Insomnia Report


Dear Friend,

Is it hard to get a good night’s rest? Is it difficult to function during the daytime because you’ve been awake all night staring at the clock? Do you find yourself struggling with depression or moodiness because of the lack of sleep, and you just want to feel like yourself again?

My name is Dr. Robert Jones and in this report, I am going to outline the condition known as insomnia and tell you how you can finally get a good night’s sleep again.

There are so many people just like you who toss and turn all night, and no matter what they do, they just can seem to get the rest they need. Their work, home and social life suffers. This doesn’t have to be you.

Insomnia Takes a Toll on Millions in America

It is said that nearly 1 in 3 Americans struggles with insomnia in some way, but most do nothing about the condition.

It cannot be overstated how important it is to get adequate rest each night. At least eight hours of sleep is necessary to allow the body to rejuvenate for another day, yet only a small percentage of individuals follow this recommendation. Sometimes the lack of sleep is self-made as some may not get to bed until the early hours of the morning, whether due to work related issues, travel issues, or just the tendency to be a night owl.

However, there are others who desperately want to sleep but are not able to. They lie in bed and watch the clock turn from hour to hour. The following morning, they can hardly drag themselves through the day as their body cries out for the sleep that they could not obtain the night before. Some even just fall asleep right in the middle of the day.

The Instigators

There are a number of factors that can cause people to lose sleep at night. Some are easy to remedy, and others are a bit more complex.

The following are some of the most common instigators of insomnia:

  • Stress
  • Alcohol
  • Coffee
  • Nicotene
  • Menopause
  • Lack of exercise
  • Medication
  • Existing medical conditions, such as depression

Any one of these factors can keep one awake at night. Anxiety over the events of the day can rob and individual of sleep, and drugs such as alcohol, nicotine and caffeine can keep one wide-eyed as well when their body is crying out for rest.

However, some may struggle with insomnia because of medications that they are taking. While some medications make people sleepy, others keep sleep far away. Psychological disorders such as depression and other medical ailments can also contribute to the lack of sleep in that a person may just lay in bed for a number of hours before they actually get any meaningful sleep.

There are even a significant number of individuals that have insomnia whose root cause has not been identified, even after studies have been done on their sleep habits.

Do’s and Don’ts

There are a number of steps in the right direction that people can take to help improve their quality of sleep. Keep in mind that while these factors may be beneficial they are not a cure-all, and so one must never try to play doctor to themselves by diagnosing and treating their own issues.


  • Go to bed at the SAME TIME every night
  • Take a HOT BATH prior to bedtime
  • Keep the room COOL and DARK


  • DRINK COFFEE before bedtime
  • EAT LARGE MEALS right before bed
  • WATCH the clock
  • Focus on the NEED to sleep

Following these basic guidelines can help those that are suffering with minor insomnia, but for those who are dealing with chronic or acute insomnia, serious medical attention is needed. As we will discuss, insomnia can have substantial repercussions if not dealt with effectively. Therefore, it is important to seek help promptly.

The Ramifications of Insomnia


Insomnia can be very dangerous since a person can doze off to sleep in the middle of the day while performing other activities.

For instance, it is said that those that have insomnia are more likely to be involved in a car accident. Insomniacs should also avoid operating machinery until they get the disorder under control. This includes those who work in the construction business, mechanics, factory workers and the like.

Even office workers could be found taking a bit of a snooze at their desk. Since the employee is being paid for his time on the clock, it will likely not set too well with the boss. One could even lose their job over their inability to perform as needed.

You Must Act Now

The bottom line is that you must seek treatment now and not take any risks. No one wants to get hurt or find a pink sleep on their desk simply because they failed to seek proper medical attention while there was still time. That’s why YOU NEED TO COME SEE ME AT MY OFFICE RIGHT HERE IN Draper.

I want to see you have the best night’s sleep that you’ve ever had. I want to hear reports that you finally were able to sleep like a baby for a full eight hours, and awoke refreshed in the morning. It CAN happen!

In fact, I care so much about your well-being that I would like to offer you a Free Consultation so that we can sit down and discuss your specific situation, the severity and duration of the insomnia, and how we can tackle it HEAD-ON!

To take advantage of this Free Consultation , please complete the form below. My office will then be in touch with you promptly to set up an appointment at your convenience. However, keep in mind that this offer is on a first come, first served basis. The opportunities will likely be snatched up quickly, so don’t delay! Complete the form below right now.