Hidden Insomnia Health Risks: How to sleep better starting tonight!

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Insomnia, the most common sleep complaint among Americans, means “no sleep” in Latin.  And as the definition implies, people with insomnia may not only have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, they may also not feel refreshed or restored upon waking.  It’s an extremely common problem, with up to 40% of Americans suffering symptoms of insomnia within a given yar, and 10-15% dealing with chronic insomnia, according to the National Center for Sleep Disorders Research at the National Institutes of Health.  To read the entire article from the Healthy Solutions newsletter:


Rhonda A. McKinney, is a certified nutritionist trained in analyzing the biochemistry of individuals to guide them to optimal health through nutritional therapy and natural health. She is a graduate of American Health Science University and founder of Healthy Solutions.

Rhonda’s passion and mission is to help others understand food and nutrition and how the vital nutrients can impact a person’s state of health. She understands how difficult it is to change dietary habits and implement an exercise regime in the hectic lifestyles of individuals today. She believes in giving you practical and realistic advice to meet your goals. Through education, motivation and accountability you will have a greater chance for long lasting success.

In her practice, she focuses on issues such as weight loss/gain, depression, food allergies, ADD/ADHD, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, skin disorders, hormone imbalances, insomnia, low energy levels, arthritis, thyroid, autoimmune disorders, adrenal fatigue, thyroid, diabetes, detoxification, digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, colitis and diverticulitis.

Her enthusiasm & compassion for people give her the drive to help others on their journey to optimal health. She wants the world to know you don’t have to have to accept issues such as low energy levels, headaches, etc.

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