New Study Links Insomnia Drug to Alzheimer’s; 100% Fruit “Berry Sleepy” Provides Alternative

By | July 18, 2015

Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) September 18, 2014

Long-term use of several common anti-anxiety and insomnia drugs could increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease later on in life.

According to the new study published in BMJ-British Medical Journal, consistant use of benzodiazepines — including medications such as diazepam, lorazepam, alprazolam and clonazepam — is associated with up to a 51 percent increased risk for Alzheimer’s among those who use the drugs for three months or longer.

This study joins others that have recently highlighted the dangers of common over-the-counter sleep aids. As a result, more consumers are turning to natural sleep aids like Berry Sleepy for a safe and effective solution to their sleep issues.

“People assume that just because a product is on store shelves, that it’s safe,” said Berry Sleepy co-founder Greg Doring. “Berry Sleepy is 100% fruit so customers can feel good about taking it. It’s a sleep aid that people won’t lose sleep over taking.”

Berry Sleepy is a one-of-a-kind natural sleep aid created by Greg and Adrienne Doring after their newborn baby aggravated sleep issues in both parents.

The product is made entirely from three superfruits that have been proven to help induce sleep: passion fruit, tart cherries and goji berries. In addition to improving sleep, the fruits contain vitamins and antioxidants.

Berry Sleepy was introduced in January of 2013. The product’s website,, sells 60 capsules for $ 39.95. Accompanying the product is a 100% money-back guarantee.

Berry Sleepy is also available on Amazon.

To learn more about Berry Sleepy or to view retail locations, visit

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