We've all heard it before - "You need to get more sleep."
However, we all know that this phrase is much easier said than done. Our modern lifestyles juggling full time careers along with being a parent is more than enough reason to not catch enough zzz's at night.
Even though we don't have the magical potion to add more hours to our day (which would be amazing) there are are a few things that you can do to maximize your sleep hours.
CREATE A BEDTIME RITUAL
As human beings, we are creatures of habit. Therefore our bodies have the ability to adapt to routines that we have in place during the day.
Some things to incorporate into your sleep routine can be:
- Drinking a small cup of warm tea or warm beverage
- Perform relaxing stretches to relax muscles
- Designating screen-free time before bed
- Supplement with sleep aids - preferably natural ones like Tart Cherry Extract
2. CHOOSE YOUR MATTRESS WISELY
This, in return, allows your body to not rest comfortably and deeply during the night. After waking up, you body may abruptly inform you that, "Hey! I was uncomfortable ALL last night!"
This can add to the overall feeling of drowsiness when waking up in the morning, and it doesn't tend to make your morning commute or a busy day any easier.
3. SLEEP IN COMPLETE DARKNESS
As said before, our bodies have the ability to adapt and sense things through natural cues. This also applies to our eyes and light.
Our eyes have evolved in response to the natural daily patterns of light and darkness. These patterns are called circadian rhythms. Modern lighting has disrupted this inner natural clock.
Our friends over at the National Sleep Foundation say that exposure to light stimulates a pathway from the eye to an area in the brain. This signals to other parts of the brain and other functions that play a role in making us feel sleepy or awake.
This natural rhythm is why it is imperative to try to fall asleep with as little light as possible. When we don't disrupt our body's natural clock, we tend to fall asleep faster, sleep deeper, and waker more well rested.
Getting better rest helps you reset and recharge for the upcoming events of the week. It helps you lead a more active lifestyle, too!
If you are looking to amplify your activity this year, we've got a few tips to help.
TART CHERRY EXTRACT: A SIMPLE SOLUTION
Yes, there are many sleep aids on the market, from over-the-counter melatonin to prescription-strength medication.
What if instead of seeking chemical solutions, you want a natural supplement that not only regulates your sleep but also promotes muscle, joint, and cardiovascular health?
We've got your answer.
Our Tart Cherry Extract Supplements are surgeon-formulated by Dr. Meredith Warner, the inventor of The Healing Sole.
These daily capsules contain one ingredient: powdered tart cherry extract.
This antioxidant-rich formulation alleviates muscle and joint pain, and it is a natural source of melatonin to help you ease your mind and body when it's time to sleep.
Melatonin is also effective for anti-inflammatory relief and reducing levels of oxidative stress!
Some statistics have shown that melatonin is also a key ingredient in warding off viruses, including the spread of COVID-19. The antioxidant nature of tart cherry extract can help to alleviate symptoms of respiratory infections, helping you breathe and sleep more easily.
Give our Tart Cherry Extract Supplements (or any of our Well Theory products) a try for yourself today to deliver full-body wellness to your system!
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