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If You've Ever Ridden on a Train, You Know How EasyNightTrain Sleep System for Insomniaces It is to Fall Asleep Listening to the Rocking Rhythm of the Rails...

From:  Chet Day
Editor, Health & Beyond Online

Even though I'm closing in on 62 years of age as I write these words in November of 2009, I vividly recall a train trip I took with my parents when I was in fourth grade.

We were traveling to San Diego, California, and I was super excited because I was not only going on my first train trip, but I was also going to visit one of the world's most famous zoos.

The funny thing about this story is that I have only two very specific memories of this exciting day in my life:

I remember a scary and aggressive baboon...


I remember falling deeply asleep on the ride home to the sound of the train wheels clickedy-clacking on the tracks.

Well, even though I'm now more than 50 years away from that zoo visit and train ride, I spent a good part of 2008 refining a CD to duplicate the train sounds and experience that put me to sleep so memorably all those decades ago.

I created the CD because I wanted a natural way to shut off the compulsive thinking that used to turn on so automatically every night the moment my head hit the pillow to go to sleep.

In late 2008, I completed the final version of my effort to duplicate the train ride of my youth.

Then I tested it several nights each week for almost a year to make sure it helped me stop thinking and start sleeping.

When I put the CD into the boom box by my bed each evening, I'd mumble to myself:

"Time to take the night train to dreamland, boyo."

And that's what consistently happens because I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of times I've actually been awake to hear the end of the single 50-minute track.

Here's a quick note from Judy...

Dear Chet and Josh,

A miracle happened last night.

I slept.

Your NightTrain CD actually worked!!!

My CD player would not auto replay so I would sleep 2-3 hours and wake, press the play button again and fall back to sleep. I am lucky if I fall back to sleep even once a month. Then early this morning the player began to function properly and replay. Around 3:00 am I thought I was finished sleeping and turned the television on (it has been my practice to leave it on all night for the last 3 years to "drown out my thought process") I fell back to sleep and slept through my alarm by 20 minutes.

Maybe it works too well?

For 37 years my typical night is 2 to 3 hours sleep, 4 if I am lucky then awake for the remainder of the night.

A funny story - I rode an Amtrak train to Colorado to ski once and it was the "night from hell". I did not sleep 1 minute on that train. I was afraid I would have flashbacks.

I cannot wait to see if I continue to sleep with the help of my new NightTrain CD.

Thank you.

Judy C.

I bet that you'll have the same experience.

Before I tell you more about the NightTrain Sleep System, however, let me share a few thoughts about sleep problems.

Do You Suffer Insomnia Symptoms?

If you're a typical stressed out 21st century man or woman, you're probably suffering from insomnia and no doubt experiencing at least some of the following typical insomnia symptoms on a regular basis:

  • nervousness
  • weight gain
  • irritability, anxiety
  • G/I dysfunction
  • tremulousness
  • muscle twitching
  • headaches
  • and occasional heart palpitations.

If any of the above sound familiar, then you're not alone.

Insomnia is taking a fearsome toll on people living crazy lives in our hectic world.

Insomnia Affecting Millions

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If you lay awake like this,
you need the
NightTrain CD

You see, according to a poll released on March 2, 2009, by the National Sleep Foundation, one-third of Americans lose sleep over the state of the U.S. economy and other personal financial concerns.

The poll suggests that inadequate sleep is associated with unhealthy lifestyles and negatively impacts health and safety.

Insomnia Not Easy to Overcome

According to a report in the March 9, 2009, issue of Archives of Internal Medicine about three-fourths of individuals with insomnia report experiencing the condition for at least one year and almost half experience it for three years.

Sound familiar?

Insomnia Contributes to Obesity

From 2004 to 2006, the National Center for Health Statistics conducted a survey of over 87,000 adults.

They confirmed a link between obesity and sleep loss in this door-to-door survey.

One third of those surveyed who slept less than six hours were obese.

Significantly, of those who slept the normal seven or eight hours, only 22% were obese.

Insomnia Medication Dangers

And sleep drugs on the market don't offer very sensible solutions, do they?

Many of the prescription drugs for sleep problems come with serious and potentially dangerous side effects.

In a news release in March of 2007 the FDA notified healthcare professionals of its request that all manufacturers of sedative-hypnotic drug products, strengthen their product labeling to include stronger language concerning potential risks.

These risks include severe allergic reaction, severe facial swelling, complex sleep-related behaviors, memory lapses, and hallucinations.

Sleep behaviors may include sleep-driving, driving while not fully awake after ingestion of a sedative-hypnotic product, with no memory of the event.

Is Falling Asleep at Night Hell for You?

If you're the average overworked and over-stressed man or woman, falling asleep at night is torture.

You crawl exhausted into bed, but you're still watching the clock, waiting to fall asleep at midnight...

... at one

... at two

... even at three a.m. every morning.

When the alarm shatters what little sleep you've had, you can't believe it's already time to get up because you're as exhausted as a hung-over grad student who stayed up all night to finish a paper.

So what are you currently doing to help yourself fall asleep?

If you're like the average Joe or Jane, you're...

  • tossing and turning fitfully while counting backwards from a hundred...

  • relying on over-the-counter or prescription drugs with side effects that even the FDA warns about...

  • going to work so tired every morning you may as well be a zombie.

Well, you know as well as I do that the above is NOT a healthy way to live your life.

Happily, the NightTrain CD will dramatically help you ignore the worries that keep you from falling asleep as soon as your head hits the pillow.

In fact, if you're like most owners of this CD, you'll get to sleep more easily than ever before because the safe and effective NeuroImagery™ brainwave entrainment technology on the CD will send you off to dreamland in fewer than 50 minutes every night!


Here's a Brief Description of
NeuroImagery™ Audio Technology

Using vibrational entrainment methods which act like a tuning fork for the brain, the NeuroImagery™ audio technology on the single track of the NightTrain CD stimulates your brain to generate the healthy and powerful delta waves that are associated with deep refreshing sleep.

A person with sophisticated sound analysis software would discover on the NightTrain Sleep System CD several extremely powerful brain entrainment techniques that comprise our second generation NeuroImagery™ audio technology.

Interestingly enough, NeuroImagery™ audio technology does not rely solely on binaural beats, the brain entrainment method used in many of the world's most expensive self-improvement CDs.

Consequently, the single track of our NightTrain Sleep System CD effectively entrains your brain to produce delta waves with or without using headphones!

Most people get excellent results by playing the CD on a boom box in their bedroom.


Fall Asleep AND Save Money with the NightTrain CD

Have you ever calculated how much money you spend on over-the-counter and/or prescription sleep aids?

Many people pay a minimum of $145 for 30 tablets of a popular prescription drug for insomniacs.

That's $4.80 every single night they pop a pill.

Just image. You're paying close to $5 every night to take a pill that comes with warnings such as this one...

Sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake, with amnesia for the event, as well as behaviors such as being more outgoing or aggressive than normal, confusion, agitation, and hallucinations have been reported. Don't take [prescription sleep drug] with alcohol as it may increase these behaviors. In patients with depression, worsening of depression, including risk of suicidal thoughts or actions may occur.

Seriously, I'd rather stay awake all night than take a drug with so many potential dangerous (even deadly) side effects.

Obviously, it make perfect sense to save a lot of money and keep your body healthier by avoiding prescription sleep medications!

Well, for less than what you'd spend for a week's worth of a powerful sleep drug with dangerous side effects, you can buy the NightTrain CD, a disc you'll use night after night after night for the rest of your life.


Josh Day's Thoughts and
Experiences with Audio Sleep Aids

by Josh Day
Editor, Health & Beyond Online

I've been using an audio aid to help me sleep since 2001 when I lived in a college dorm. Dorm night life never really settles down, especially when you're delegated to the loud freshman dormitories. In those days, I used a white noise generator, ocean waves, and eventually a software program that allowed me to customize the experience.

I've been out of college since 2004, but I continue to loop a sleep CD in my bedroom. My wife introduced me to rain and thunderstorms, and for years that's what we used to fall asleep and stay asleep.

As good as that thunderstorm CD was, I'm happy to say it's been permanently retired, thanks to NightTrain.

I've never experienced anything close to NightTrain when it comes to falling asleep quickly and staying asleep through the night.

Gentle and rhythmic, NightTrain turns your bedroom into a train's cozy sleeping car and you become a passenger, the rails quietly passing beneath your feet as if you were in a rocking chair.

The first night we used the NightTrain CD I was asleep within five minutes. And I slept through the night – the rest I experienced was so deep and rejuvenating that it was a major effort to get up the next morning. But once the initial grogginess passed I felt great.

I installed a three gallon fish tank in our bedroom with a timer that turns the tank light on half an hour before our alarm clock goes off.

Teeming with live plants and blue and red little fish that look like living jewels, the light from the tank gradually brings me out of every night's deep sleep.

The sleep I've been getting with NightTrain has been so good that for the first time in my life the alarm clock actually rips me out of sleep. Before I'd always been conscious in some form. Now, thanks to NightTrain, I'm deep in REM or stage 3 or 4 sleep before the alarm clock jars me awake.

My wife Leah has experienced the same results.

We both truly love this CD. NightTrain goes with us when we leave the house for overnight trips because we just don't get the same quality of sleep without it.

Order right now because you'll be amazed at how quickly and easily you'll fall asleep while listening to the NightTrain CD.

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Chet Day, Publisher
NightTrain Sleep System CD

NightTrain CD:
A Revolutionary Sleep System

NightTrain CD

The NightTrain CD is extremely powerful and should never be used while driving or operating heavy machinery. Use only when you're in bed and ready to sleep for the night.


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