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Woman Diagnosed Bipolar Found A Way to Fight Insomnia

12-17-2010 11:16 PM CET | Health & Medicine

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Quebec, Quebec – December 15, 2010 – Like other sleepless women who are looking for ways to fight insomnia, a typical homemaker who was diagnosed as being Bipolar has found new hope with the latest audio sessions in the Sleep Tracks Sleep Optimization Program.

“I was diagnosed Bipolar and given Lunesta”, explained Kirsten Geans. But the pills that helped her for a year stopped working, and Geans eventually started experimenting with other medications and CDs that were all supposed to help her sleep. Nothing seemed to work: “I felt terrible and everything was getting worse and worse. The sleep CD program I used just made the mania of my bipolar off the charts, and I realized that what I was doing was actually making me sleep worse.”

Unlike other sleep CD programs, the Sleep Tracks Sleep Optimization Program is designed with a combination of voice-overs similar to hypnosis and background sounds. “When I saw the Sleep Tracks information, I thought it looked like a good, solid and comprehensive program that made a lot of sense”, says Geans. “I wasn’t sure it would work for me because of my bipolar but I was willing to try it.”

“I put the mp3 on and after a couple of nights I was falling asleep in five minutes or less. I have been using it for almost a year now, and I love it. I wake up feeling rested and refreshed.” has been empowering individuals to overcome their insomnia and sleep issues without sleeping pills since 2007. For more information, and to take a free online sleep assessment, visit

Yan Muckle

464 St-Olivier
Quebec, Quebec Canada
G1R 1G7

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