Pain Related Insomnia

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Rosel Mulkey, PH.D., L.AC. and I recently met at her new office (70 Mitchell Blvd., Suite 101) in San Rafael, and she shared why MediHerb Nervagesic is one of her top sellers:

“This is a lady that came to me through a referral of another patient of mine. She takes 3-4 Nervagesic daily for her pain and finds that this product taken during the day along with taking some at night works wonders for her insomnia. She orders 20 bottles at a time to make sure she never runs out”!

– Rosel Mulkey

Here’s another cool clinical pearl from Rosel: She likes Standard Process Neuroplex for women with hormonal imbalances including cramping, mood disorders, irregular periods and PMS. Thanks Rosel!

Kim’s notes on Insomnia and pain:

Pain is commonly related to imbalanced cortisol levels, which is a major contributing factor to Insomnia. 

Across the globe, chronic pain is a silent epidemic that affects millions every year, occurring as a result of disorders, disease or accidents.

These medications, which include drugs like ibuprofen and aspirin, have been linked to potentially fatal side effects such as ulcers and severe stomach bleeding, equaling more than four times as many deaths as those from cervical cancer. one of the chief causes of liver failure requiring liver transplant in Great Britain and the U.S. Newer prescription anti-inflammatories such as Celebrex and Vioxx have been associated with increased rates of high blood pressure and even heart attacks.

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