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Proper Sleep Posture, Organ Donation and Changing Habits

Ereka Vetrini discusses the importance of organ, eye and tissue donation, proper sleep posture and one woman’s transformation, one healthy habit at a time.

First, medical studies have proven the benefit neck alignment has on overall wellness. When your neck is properly supported, circulation is improved, muscles are relaxed, and breathing is unobstructed. All of these benefits reduce pain and promote better sleep.

The Comfort Adjust Pillow is different from any other pillow on the market, it is a new kind of pillow designed to fight neck pain and give you a better night’s sleep.

Next, Ereka Vetrini sits down with  Judy Trew, the founder of The Heather Trew Foundation for Organ Eye and Tissue Donation, to discuss the life-changing effect signing up to be an organ donor has. Judy started the foundation to honor her daughter Heather, who believed that anyone who needed an organ donation should have the opportunity to have one. While 95% of U.S. adults support organ donation, only 54% have actually signed up as donors and each day 20 people will die waiting for a transplant.

Finally, the world is searching for quick-fix weight-loss solutions, while our collective health is at an all-time low.

Study after study shows that support and guidance increase your chances for success in reaching your optimal weight. And, as anyone who’s ever worked with a coach before knows, there’s more value to having one than just getting good advice. Join us as we experience Traci’s lifelong transformation, one healthy habit at a time.





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