Most people experience periods of Sleeplessness at various points in their lives. Causes can be wide-ranging as the condition can be the result of any number of factors or circumstances. But sleep is essential in resetting our bodies’ internal clocks as well as regulating body functions. When you experience sleeplessness you are much more prone to grumpiness, lack of energy, and an overall worse sense of health in comparison to someone who regularly experiences a full night’s rest.
Sleeplessness can impair cognitive function to the point that those experiencing it may perform similarly to someone impaired by alcohol or drug abuse, including experiencing difficulty thinking clearly or making decisions coherently. For that reason alone, it is important to get complete rest regularly.
Stress is a common cause of sleeplessness. Finding ways to reduce and relieve tension often leads to better sleep. Simple methods of doing so include practicing yoga, daily meditation, or simply adding regular exercise to your daily routine. During a workout, endorphins are released into the body, and toxins are also expelled from the body. Physical exercise can aid in bringing overall relaxation to the body. Yoga or meditation are especially helpful because they also help to relieve mental stress. When you experience less stress, sleeplessness can be avoided, thus helping to improve your overall health and sense of well-being.
Nutrition can also contribute to bouts of sleeplessness. As diet-conscious as many people are today, people often avoid sugars. However, natural sugars are vital factors in helping the body fall asleep. Sugars increase blood glucose levels, which allow the muscles to absorb serotonin, a component necessary for sleep. When the body lacks sugars and cholesterol, the muscles cannot absorb serotonin, and sleeplessness occurs. This is only one of the reasons why it is important to have a balanced diet.
Some people don’t sleep well even when they work out and eat properly, and this could be due to a medical condition which may require the help of a medical professional.
Getting adequate rest is an essential part of your overall health and wellness, and should not be ignored. And sometimes regular exercise and healthy eating, while helpful, won’t always ensure that you’ll sleep well. At times, additional help may be needed. If you find yourself experiencing problems with sleeplessness, seek the help you need to find your way back to a good night’s rest.
Effective Help For Restful Sleep
Healthy Sleep Support contains ingredients to promote a restful nights sleep. Its main ingredient is Seditol™ is a new, all natural ingredient blend of a patented extract from Magnolia officinalis and a proprietary extract from Ziziphus spinosa. Seditol™ was developed to uniquely address the need to decrease nighttime physical and emotional arousal while providing a feeling of relaxation and less worry. In human studies, over 80% of participants who took Seditol had better sleep and more energy throughout the day. Other ingredients included in our healthy sleep formula include theanine (an important amino acid for sleep regulation), passion flower, valerian root, hops, and skullcap leaf. All these ingredients work synergistically to produce more restful sleep patterns resulting less fatigue and stress throughout the day.
Time-Released Formulation To Promote Restful Sleep
Melatonin ahead is manufactured by the pineal gland in the brain and is a natural hormone. It helps to regulate sleep and may also play a vital role in helping the body to maintain its normal sleep/wake cycle. It is used to address sleep-related problems as well as jet lag.
Vitabase Melatonin 2 Stage Release is unlike other melatonin products in that it is designed to provide melatonin slowly over time through a time release formula. Since it is delivered over time, this system is more effective than taking large doses as in typical melatonin products, resulting in a more peaceful and restful sleep.
Also included are vitamins B3 and B6, as well as magnesium in order to boost the effectiveness and absorption of melatonin.