Getting Back to Better Sleep

To help with difficulty getting to sleep, broken sleep, insomnia and calming a ‘busy brain’ at night

The long term effects of sleep deprivation are not pretty

If you’ve ever spent a night tossing and turning, you know how you’ll feel the next day — slow, still tired, and out of sorts. The effect is worse if you regularly miss out on the recommended 7-9 hours sleep. Consistently disrupted sleep has a compounding impact on the brain and body.

The long-term effects of sleep deprivation are real. And they are not good. An irregular sleep pattern drains your mental abilities and puts your physical health at risk.

You may already know our much-loved CRAMPSTOP and our other 100% natural remedies, and we’re really pleased to bring SLEEP to our health solutions family.

Stress and Difficulties in Getting to Sleep

The busyness of modern life, especially with stress being so prevalent for everyone – and a lot of time on computers and devices – can all cause disruption to sleep patterns. When you can wind down properly you help allow good melatonin production, which is the hormone we need in order to sleep well.

If you are over-tired, especially with an overstimulated nervous system, you could have big trouble trying to switch off to get to sleep.

Another benefit of great sleep is to assist the various sleep cycles that play a role in storing and retaining memories. If you don’t get enough sleep, what you learned and experienced during the day can be poorly retained.

SLEEP taken before bed can help your system calm down ready for sleep.

Taken in the night it can help quieten a busy mind, getting you back to sleep.

100% Natural

Homeopathic Medicine is drug and chemical free

Made in NZ

Developed and bottled by Kiwis for the world

Safe & Suitable for all Ages

From babies to athletes to elderly

Recycled Packaging

We also support the environment through tree planting initiatives

Better Sleep helps Better Learning

Sleep plays a critical role in thinking and learning. Regular and good sleep patterns help brain processes in many ways, including attention, alertness, concentration, reasoning, and problem solving. In short, lack of good sleep makes it more difficult to learn efficiently.

Children can also have trouble settling down to sleep. Lots of time on devices both at school and at home can overstimulate the brain and nervous system, making bedtime a nightmare for some parents.

Our SLEEP remedy is suitable for all ages.

Possible long term effects of insomnia and sleep disruption

Disrupted Sleep

Insomnia

Stress Impact

Shift Work Overload

Children / Babies up in the night

Weakened Immunity

High Blood Pressure

Diabetes

Heart Attack or Heart Failure

Stroke

Memory Issues

Mood Changes

Trouble Concentrating

Low Sex Drive

Poor Balance

Poor Attention

Alertness Impaired

Concentration Loss

Slow Reasoning

Poor Problem Solving

Thousands of happy customers

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