Not Sleeping? A Natural Antiviral Might be the Answer

In a recent study, polyDNA interviewed people who were taking the antiviral supplement Gene-Eden for a few weeks. The objective was to collect data about their physical reactions to the supplement. The result of analysis was surprising. It showed that the participants were experiencing better, more refreshing sleep, compared to the time prior to taking the supplement.

Antiviral and better sleep?

While unknown to the general public, recent scientific studies showed that the cause of many sleeping problems is chronic infections with common viruses. One of these studies showed, for instance, that treatment with valganciclovir, an antiviral drug, benefited many people who were experiencing sleeping problems. In the study, Professor Jose G. Montoya from the School of Medicine at Stanford University and his team gave the drug to a group of people who had both sleep disturbances and a high concentration of chronic viruses. The results showed that the drug resolved the sleeping problems in 75% of the participants!

How is Gene-Eden related to these studies?

Gene-Eden is a broad range, all natural, antiviral nutritional supplement that targets viruses during their chronic or latent phase. These viruses include the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV), Herpes Simplex virus (HSV), Cytomegalovirus (CMV), Varicella Zoster virus (VZV), Human Papillomavirus (HPV), Hepatitis B Virus (HBV), and Hepatitis C Virus (HCV).

The Gene-Eden formulation includes five natural ingredients. To identify these ingredients, the scientists at polyDNA used a unique process. First, they collected thousands of scientific papers. Then, they analyzed the content of these papers with their in-house, proprietary bio-informatics program. Finally, they used the results of the computer analysis to select the five most powerful, yet safe antiviral ingredients.

Some of the papers that show the powerful antiviral effect of the five ingredients are available on the Gene-Eden website at

Also, as would be expected from the rigorous process used by the scientists at polyDNA, users of Gene-Eden report significant improvements in their health.

How is Gene-Eden different from sleeping pills like Ambien or dietary supplements like melatonin?

According to the Consumer Reports website: "Most sleep drugs are supposed to be taken for no longer than two weeks or so, and continued use could lead to serious side effects or dependency; "rebound" insomnia, in which sleeplessness returns and might actually worsen; memory lapses; and hallucinations."

What is the reason for the side effects? The new chemistry in the brain. Sleeping drugs change the chemistry in the user's brain. They create an artificial chemistry that forces the brain to sleep. However, this artificial chemistry is artificial. It is very different from the chemistry typical of a naturally sleeping brain. This artificial chemistry is responsible for the serious side effects.

Moreover, the brain is a fast learner. When the brain sees that the new artificial chemistry is the standard chemistry night after night, it adopts. After a short period of time, the brain can no longer fall asleep without the pill. The brain became dependent on the pill.

In contrast to these artificial sleeping aids, Gene-Eden targets the chronic viruses in the body that cause the sleeping problems. Gene-Eden does not create an artificial chemistry. It recreates the more natural, healthy internal environment, typical of people with little or no chronic viruses, people who experience uninterrupted, refreshing sleep.

Interested in more information about Gene-Eden and sleep? See the "About Sleep" web page at Would you like to know about other risks associates with chronic viruses? Visit the fascinating web page on the Gene-Eden website that explains, in simple terms, the highly acclaimed scientific discovery by Dr. Hanan Polansky. The discovery shows how chronic viruses can cause major diseases such as heart disease, arthritis, asthma, cancer, diabetes, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, or even accelerated aging. This page is found at

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