Edward Leyton MD FCFP MDPAC(C)
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Dr. Edward Leyton

Sleep Peacefully

Tired? No energy? If you’re not sleeping well, then you have no energy for the next day; and then you feel stressed about feeling tired, so you don’t sleep well again – it’s a vicious cycle. Break that cycle now!

These tracks include tips for sleep preparation, a  power nap to energize you during the day, and separate CD for a good night's sleep
 


What Our Customers Say

 

 
I found the CD soothing to listen to and was asleep even before the end of the CD.
— K.G., Hot Stone Massage, Kingston, Ontario
Getting to sleep with a mind full of thoughts in a quiet room is distracting and difficult. When I listen to this CD my mind has the opportunity to rest as I hear the soothing sounds and voices on the track. It is somewhat like falling asleep to a lullaby; drifting off, absently listening to the sounds of quiet voices. My nightmares seem to disappear and I awake feeling well rested. It’s wonderful!
— N.L. University Student, Kingston, ON
Being hopefully close to “the other side” of menopause I still get occasional insomnia at night and have found the soothing, melodic voices of Dr. Leyton and Andrea Leyton effective in calming and centering me.The clarity and tonality of their voices as well as the production in general is impressive, imparting an effective relaxation A feeling of love and warmth is imparted and you can cuddle up as if surrounded by caring arms. I have enjoyed Dr. Leyton’s previous CDs and look forward to his next productions.
— A.K., Artist, Kingston
So I get ready to tuck myself in for the night. I’ve plopped the disc into the player and turn out the lights, then start to listen, Dr. Leyton reassuring me that my mind will rest, I deserve this sleep, that my subconscious mind will look after whatever needs to be done. Then, a few minutes later, Andrea’s voice, too, starts to talk in the background . . . I hear words, but I’m not quite sure what they are, nor do I particularly care. I’m out. I try the same thing a few nights later, determined that as an intrepid reporter, it’s my duty to hear the whole shebang. Same thing happens. I listen midday. Zzzzzzz.
— Writer, Cornwall Standard Freeholder