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Here’s a truth that no one would dispute:  Nothing feels better than getting a good night’s sleep!  But more than 70-million Americans can attest to the fact that getting that 7-8 hours of quality sleep on a regular basis is easier said than done.  The science of how we sleep is a complex study in brain activity involving our neurotransmitters – the chemicals that tell us when to sleep and when to wake up.  Fact is, the vast majority of people don’t have trouble falling asleep; rather, they have trouble STAYING asleep.  Sleep Maintenance Insomnia is by far the most common type of sleep disorder in the U.S.  Sadly, as much as 70% of insomniacs choose sleepless nights without medication, rather than risking potential dependence or side effects of traditional prescription sleep aids.  Watch as renowned Sleep Scientist Heith Durrence PhD, explains a clinically-proven treatment named Silenor, that for the very first time, works to help keep you asleep throughout the night WITHOUT risk of dependency or residual side effects.

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On this episode, Beth Troutman tells her story; Christina Nicholson embarks on an adventure to Orlando with her family; and former football player Marc Bouniconti shares his journey.

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Three decades later, Marc Buoniconti, a quadriplegic, visits The Balancing Act to talk about his life, his mission, and his goal to one day walk again.

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The Balancing Act's host Christina Nicholson and her family are embarking on a fun-filled vacation to Orlando, Fla., also known as the "theme park capital of the world."