Many people take their work troubles home with them. Stress is one of the biggest causes of sleep disorders. If you need some help letting go of the day's worries and falling asleep, it's time to prioritise rest and relaxation. Restful sleep is good for your health and wellbeing.
Pre Sleep helps you relax and promotes restful sleep. It contains effective natural ingredients, including:
- Passiflora incarnata, which helps you relax and promotes healthy sleep. This ingredient helps you fall asleep and promotes healthy, restorative sleep.
- Chamamile extract is extremely relaxing in the right dose (4:1).
- Valerian root extract was by the ancient Greeks as a powerful herb that promotes relaxation and restful sleep.
- Hops (Lupulinum) is known for its calming effect on body and mind. Valerian and hops both help you fall asleep more quickly.
- Green tea extract contains L-theanine, which promotes mental and physical relaxation. L-theanine produces a calming effect without drowsiness.
Relaxation and sleep: five tips
Sometimes a minor change in your sleep habits can have a big impact. Most people need about fifteen minutes to fall asleep. The following five tips can help you fall asleep.
- Don't eat heavy meals late at night.
- Avoid sugary desserts.
- Limit your alcohol intake.
- Dim the lights at night.
- Dim screens (tablet, phone) at night and turn them off an hour before bedtime.
If you have a demanding job or if you're busy with the kids and can use some extra help relaxing and falling asleep, try Pre Sleep after dinner to help you relax and prepare your body for a restful night.
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