Sénuvo Body SIMs™ for FOR RELAXATION
Encourage Rest and Sleep
According to Consumer Reports, 27% of people have trouble falling asleep most nights and 68% (164 million) people struggle with sleep at least once per week!1 Roughly 60 million Americans suffer from sleep disorders, devastating their daily routines. Researchers show stress, long work hours and increased use of technology contributes to sleep problems. To compensate, one-third of people say they have tried medications to help them sleep. Americans spent $41 billion on sleep aids in 2015 and the number is rising at an alarming rate. Yet reports show sleep aids have limited effectiveness and dangerous side effects.2
SÉNUVO BODY SIMs™ – THE FUTURE IN HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Sénuvo Body SIMs™ for Relaxation naturally encourage rest and sleep. Sénuvo Body SIMs use electromagnetic waves to safely stimulate acupoints that enhance the body’s ability to heal itself. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, acupuncture has a 90% success rate in helping with insomnia. Why? Acupuncture increases the amount of certain chemicals found naturally in the brain, such as serotonin, which promote relaxation and sleep.3
+ ENCOURAGES REST AND SLEEP
+ HELPS REDUCE STRESS
+ PROMOTES RELAXATION
+ STIMULATES ACUPOINTS
+ NO DRUGS OR CHEMICALS
+ NON HABIT-FORMING
Apply Sénuvo Body SIMs™ for Relaxation to the temple on each side of your head 15 minutes before going to bed. Remove in the morning.
“My son never slept, even as a newborn baby. If he napped 20 minutes, we were excited. When he was a toddler, it took up to three hours to get him to go to bed. He would cry and scream. He wouldn’t lie down. The doctor didn’t know why he wouldn’t sleep. When my son was two years old, we tried the Sénuvo Body SIMs for Relaxation. Within 20 minutes, he was able to relax and lay down. Now we don’t even try to put him to bed without the Sénuvo Body SIMs!”
– RACHEL, UTAH
TRY SÉNUVO BODY SIMs FOR RELAXATION TODAY!
- Consumer Reports. 2016. “Why American Can’t Sleep.”
- Your Health. 2008. “Can’t Sleep? Neither Can 60 Million Other Americans.”
- University of Maryland Medical Center. 2016. Insomnia.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.