Do you toss and turn at night wondering about all the stuff you need to do tomorrow and what you could have done earlier in the day?

Have you memorized all the intricate patterns on your ceiling from restless nights spent staring into the abyss?

Do you worry about waking up like an angry bear-- feeling like crap and seeing a horrible sleep score in your sleep tracker?

Are you thinking about or relying on drugs and alcohol to “knock you out”?

Maybe you’ve tried meditations, taking less caffeine, or cutting yourself off from screen time at night.

If you are, you’re not alone. In fact, the CDC revealed in 2016 that more than a THIRD of American adults don’t get enough sleep.

Bad sleep sucks. One of my mentors once said “Sleep deprivation is the root of all evil.” There’s a lot of truth to that.

The reason this happens is because people’s nervous systems get hijacked. Their bodies are trapped in “fight-flight-freeze” mode. In scientific terms it’s called “sympathetic nervous system”. When people become trapped here it’s a vicious cycle.

Their sleep worsens and then they become more stressed and burnt out because sleep is the ultimate recovery tool. It’s one of our best answers against stress.

The real question is: how do we get out of the vicious cycle?

Well I have been there and I discovered ONE THING that solved my problem. It’s a total game changer.

The good news is there's actually a solution. One that may sound too simple and easy to be true. Yet, it’s the best answer to your sleep problems…

3 legendary health experts (including Dr. Mercola and Charles Poliquin) revealed that this one nutrient is the key.

The answer is: magnesium.

The big epiphany was learning that the body needs multiple magnesiums because they have different effects on the body. Some help the brain… some help the heart… some help other systems.

That’s why I experimented with using multiple magnesium forms and ramping up the dosages. First of all, I felt better almost instantly. However, within 6 weeks there was a profound shift in my nervous system.

Sleep scores improved massively. Sleep latency (which is how fast you fall asleep) dropped significantly. I felt calm virtually all the time. I went from not being able to drink coffee anymore (because it was increasing the stress) to being able to drink coffee again. It was epic.

That’s why I’m excited to show you MY solution: Magnesium Breakthrough.

Not only does Magnesium Breakthrough contain magnesium forms to help the brain and heart, but it contains ALL 7 MAJOR FORMS of magnesium to help improve:

With all 7 major forms of magnesium, Magnesium Breakthrough is the most potent, most effective, full spectrum magnesium you will ever find. Period.

Better sleep is often observed within the very first week. And many people experience a sense of calm they haven’t felt in a LONG time.

Just look at what people are saying:

⇒ Get ready to break out of the vicious cycle of restless nights and start experiencing better sleep with Magnesium Breakthrough.

Your body will thank you,


e film takes place in the impoverished village of Laholi where, following droughts, most of the villagers' possessions are mortgaged to the local Thakurani Karamkali (Sudha Chandran). One of the few entertainments the villagers can afford is the lottery, Malaamal Weekly (malamal is Hindi for 'rich'). Lilaram (Paresh Rawal) is the only educated man in the village. He has the job of intermediary between the lottery organization and the village, for which he receives a commission whenever a villager wins; thus, he has a relatively good but volatile income. One day he reads the winning lottery numbers and realizes that one of the tickets has won the top prize of one crore (10 million Indian currency or about $160,000, a relative fortune in rural India). He devises a plan to obtain the winning ticket and present it to the commission as his own. He hosts a dinner (mortgaging his wife's beloved pet goat Gattu who is like a child to her, to the Th akurani to pay for it) and invites all the villagers who play the lottery, but the man he is looking for does not turn up. By elimination, he deduces that the winner is Anthony (Innocent), the town drunk, and reasons that he didn't turn up because he knew that he had won the top prize. Hoping to at least extract his commission, he goes to Anthony's house, and finds him dead, the winning ticket clutched in his hand and a happy expression on his fac