Do you sleep well? From 0 to 10, how would you rate your sleep?
Are your nights accompanied by interrupted sleep or insomnia? Do you have trouble falling asleep?
When we talk about health, poor sleep may increase the risks of heart diseases, heart failure, high blood pressure, stroke, and diabetes.
Some people even say that it reduces sexual appetite. Did you know that?
Even knowing how important it is to sleep, many people still can't rest well at night because they have trouble falling asleep.
Did you know that stress and anxiety are the main causes for poor sleep?
According to experts, most cases of insomnia result from anxiety, worries, fear, or insecurity, which put our body and mind in a state of alertness and tension.
When you are stressed or anxious, your brain doesnt stop working for a second, which puts you in a constant state of alert.
Watch this video where we will explore the formula of a supplement recommended by some doctors to help your sleep better.
According to the doctors, this phytotherapeutic formula with magnesium can be taken two to three hours before going to bed. There are no side-effects recorded.
With this supplement, you will be able to relax naturally, with an effect similar to the one offered by popular medications.
If you are having trouble falling asleep and having a restful night, add these habits to your routine.
You can also take the supplement formula to a compounding pharmacy to ensure a good night's sleep.
If you ever used any of these tips, let us know the results in the comments below.
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