For 58% of Americans, a good night’s sleep is something on which they can’t always rely. Their restlessness and difficulty falling asleep is often the root cause of many daytime problems, including loss of energy, concentration, and productivity.Many products offer sleep solutions, but they often come with undesirable side effects. Now there is a natural sleep aid that works quickly, effectively, and is non-habit forming!If you are suffering from occasional sleeplessness, NATURAL ZZZ is a natural, safe, non-habit forming choice for occasional sleeplesness. If you have chronic sleep problems, please call for a consultation to help determine the underlying problem that is preventing you from getting a good nights sleep.Some tips for a Great Rest:1. Create a bedtime habit. Our bodies respond well to routine.2. Relax before bedtime. Avoid anything that doe not enhance relaxation.3. Eat several small meals throughout the day to stabilize your blood sugar level. If you are hungry and hypoglycemic when it is time for bed, you will have trouble falling and staying asleep.4. Exercise regorously in the morning. Never exercise right before bed5. Avoid hot, spicy food after dinner, as well as caffeine or alcohol.6. Make yourself comfortable. Get a comfortable mattress, pillow and clothing to enhance relaxation.7. Keep your bedroom as dark as possible to enhance melatonin production. Melatonin is the hormone produced by the pineal gland that brigs on drowsiness and sleep.8 Whenever possible, go to bed by 10 PM. Generally, the more sleep you receive before midnight, the better you will feel in the morning.9. Don;t work or discuss work in the bedroom.10.Practice deep breathing to relax muscles.Downlaod the brochure .pdf (576kb)
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