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MRS 2000 Sleep Testimonial

Lenette  Chicago, IL - Testimonial image

The MRS2000 mat has been the best purchase of my life to date. Why I waited so long to get one after first learning about it beats me!

I’ve had sleeping issues (insomnia) for the past 8 years. I wasn’t able to fall asleep right away or stay asleep throughout the night. I probably got anywhere from 2-5 hours of sleep a night. In that time, I tried everything under the sun (or so I thought) to fix the problem: prescription pills, natural supplements, dietary changes, cleanses, sleeping exercises, mental exercises, hypno-therapy, writing, meditation, extreme physical activity, dental work, etc!

The first time I ever tried out the mat at a friend’s house, I slept like a baby and woke up refreshed. Three months later on another visit, the same thing happened!

I kept trying new things on my own to see if I could improve my sleep without having to use a $3k mat, but to no avail. Three months later and desperate for rest I ordered my mat.

It took 2 weeks once I got it to get that super-restful sleep again but now I sleep well every night and if you only know how big of a miracle this is or me, you’d be welling up with tears of gratitude too. I don’t know what I would do without this mat. I’ve had it for two months now and use it faithfully twice a day. Once I got lazy and didn’t use it before I want to bed and I couldn’t fall asleep for 3 hours. It travels with me and I continue to sleep well anywhere I go. My boyfriend who lives with me loves using it to. He senses it benefiting his organs and well-being as he is very sensitive to energy.

Thank you Mediconsult for making this wonderful super-mat. Thank you Bryant and Greg for all your help and support too!

Chicago, IL

Sleep and Periodontal Challenges - Testimonial

I first learned about the MRS 2000+ designo from a friend in Colorado who called me to see if I was experiencing any health issues, pain or sleeping challenges.

I had no aches or pains when he called, but I had been battling from poor sleep (about 3 to 3 ½ hours of sleep per night) for about 15 years. He strongly recommended that I purchase this product to which he had recently been introduced because he had heard stories about how regular use of this mat was resulting in improved sleep for several individuals. I purchased the MRS 2000+ designo and have experienced significantly better sleep after using the mat on a consistent daily basis.

Anxiety and stress have been a "normal" part of my life. I was diagnosed with a duodenal ulcer in 6th grade and have had recurring ulcer symptoms requiring medication for the past 40 years. The sense of relaxation that I experience during a session on the mat is like nothing I have ever felt in the past. This is quite significant in my life, since I feel calm and "de-stressed" after my sessions on the mat.
In addition, I visit my periodontist regularly, since I have periodontal gum disease and have been a border line surgery patient for the past 5 years.

During one of my visits, I realized that my laser cleaning treatment was not causing the normal pain and discomfort I usually experience throughout the cleaning process. I did not pay much attention to this, but when they measured my "pocket depths" and informed me that one of my worst areas, which had been 8 to 9 millimeter gaps, were not 4 to 5 millimeter gaps, I started asking a few questions. I inquired as to the purpose of the daily teeth cleaning and gum stimulation practices I had been instructed to do by the periodontist in order to prevent the gaps from getting worse. I was told that one of the primary goals was to stimulate the flow of oxygen in my gums. Well, the light bulb "turned on" for me at that point, since the pulsed energy from the mat oxygenates your blood.

I came home from the periodontist and immediately contacted my friend in Colorado, signed up for the next Certification Training class in Denver and flow to Colorado to become a Certified Health Technician. Someone performed two dark field microscopy blood tests on me (before and after using the MRS 2000+ designo) during my stay in Denver. The difference in my red blood cells after using the mat was my final confirmation that I needed to seriously consider exactly how I would get involved with this business opportunity. After six months of actively working my business, I have achieved the Systems Manager level in the Loyalty Marketing Plan and have experienced numerous amazing results from other family members and other individuals using the MRS 2000+ designo I have never had so much fun "working" in my life and look forward to many years of sharing the great news about the MRS 2000+ designo with other in North Carolina, across the United States and around the world! Praise the Lord for bringing the MRS 2000+ designo into my life.

~Rick Burger

Extra Tips To Better Sleep

Do you ever have difficulty getting to sleep or find yourself waking up too early? If so, you may have insomnia. Insomnia affects millions of people every year. A poll by the National Sleep Foundation says that 54% of adults suffer from at least one symptom of insomnia a few times each week. 33% of people experience at least one symptom every night or most nights and has become a major public health problem.
Insomnia is common. Most people experience some form of it on occasion. The common forms of insomnia are typically resolved spontaneously. Chronic insomnia lasts from one to six months. People with chronic insomnia should consult with their health care provider to determine if their insomnia is a symptom of an underlying medical problem.

Causes of insomnia include:
-Psychiatric issues: Anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder.
-Medical conditions: Sleep apnea, Restless leg syndrome, respiratory and cardiac conditions.
-Medications: Steroids, antidepressants, antihypertensives, theophlline
-Stimulants: Coffee, energy drinks, soda, tea, caffeine
-Life events: Family, work, school or health related events good or bad can cause insomnia.
-Hormone imbalances: Pregnancy, PMS, menopause, hot flashes

Here are a few things you can do to help improve your quality of sleep:
- Go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day. Avoid taking naps.
- Do not consume alcohol or large meals before bedtime.
- Do not consume caffeinated beverages after lunch or within 6 hours of going to bed.
- Do not exercise within 3 to 5 hours of going to sleep.
- Do not have a television or computer in the bedroom
- Use a Earth Based PEMF Device like the MRS 2000

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