When you need help sleeping
Most people have experienced poor sleep from time to time, however regular lack of sleep over many months or years can lead to a number of other health problems. It can increase your risk of depression, anxiety, heart disease, high blood pressure and diabetes.
Before resorting to medicines, try making a few changes to your daily routine and habits. These strategies can make a big difference and help you to sleep better at night:
Many people take magnesium supplements to help to reduce stress, relax muscles and help sleep. Magnesium is an essential mineral that the human body needs in large quantities. The body does not produce magnesium and many adults are magnesium deficient. The magnesium your body needs must come from your diet.
Magnesium-rich foods include:
A range of herbs have also been traditionally used to assist with sleep. Plus there are plant-based amino acid supplements such as 5-HTP and Tart Cherry which are thought to improve levels of the mood and sleep hormones serotonin and melatonin.
Go Magnesium Sleep
These capsules contain two forms of Magnesium which are easily absorbed, plus Tart Cherry, 5-HTP and the herbs zizyphus and passionflower.The adult dose is two capsules 1 hour before bed.
If you are taking antidepressants you need to consult with a health professional before taking Go Magnesium Sleep.
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