Free Sleep Report

If you’ve been reading lately, you may have heard about the time I fell asleep at my desk.
Well, there’s more to that story.
It’s all explained in this report. Click here to get your free copy.

"Dr. Sears, Are You OK?"

When I realized my new sleep remedy worked so well, I got excited thinking about all of my patients who can finally sleep better. Patients like Al, a 59-year old executive who travels so much, his body’s confused from all of the time-zone changes.
Then there’s Pamela, a single mom and working woman. She’s so stressed about paying the bills and having enough time for her son, she often lies awake at night. As she puts it, “I can’t seem to shut off my brain!”
And Carol, a sweet woman in her early 70s who always comes to her appointments showing the latest pictures of her grandchildren. She seems relaxed and loves retired life, but she can’t sleep more than five hours a night.
Chances are you know what it’s like to wake up groggy in the morning, wishing you slept more. The simple truth is, missing a good night’s sleep is not good for your overall health and vitality.

I'm Happy I Overslept

It was 8 o’clock straight up. My son was waking me. I was scheduled to play tennis at 6:30 a.m. Oops! I had overslept and missed tennis for the first time ever.
Once I got over the initial surprise, I was elated. I had slept like a baby. But I didn’t wake up woozy or in a daze. My mind was clear.
Why was I happy about this?
The night before, I had tried something different. A new liquid formula I’ve been developing. It contains a powerful ingredient from the bark of the Jamaica dogwood tree. I first learned of this extract while visiting my friend and Jamaican herbalist Ivy Harris late last year…

Could You Have Economic Fatigue?

More and more of my patients say they’re tired, can’t sleep and feel exhausted all of the time… they just can’t seem to pick their energy levels up again.
The worry over job losses, rising prices and a poor economy has everyone on edge. In fact, a recent American Psychological Association poll showed that 75% of Americans identified money as a significant source of stress in their lives… with the economy, housing costs and job stability following right on it’s heels…