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SLEEPTEA (APPLE CINNAMON) WOMENSENSE AND PREFERRED NUTRITION

Apple & Cinammon Promotes restful sleep Reduces the effects of stress! For centuries, people have been drinking tea before bedtime to help them fall asleep and sleep well. But to work, it all depends on the tea you are drinking. Preferred Nutrition SleepTea is formulated to give you a delicious drink of herbs that will gently lead you into a comforting restful sleep. Combine your late night SleepTea with Preferred Nutrition SleepSense capsules for those hard-to-fall asleep nights. [TEA]


 

TEA CONTAINS:

Hibiscus flowers, chamomile flowers, natural flavours, 
passionflower herb, apple granules, cinnamon bark,
lemonbalm leaves, hops flowers, skullcap herb, valerian root.
   

FORMAT:

20 Tea Bags


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Natural Ingredients.
 

TO FIND OUT MORE, READ:

Insomnia

Stress Relief

Anxiety & Nervousness

Articles by a Naturopathic doctor.

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

  Helps insomnia sufferers
  Promotes restful sleep
  Ideal for jet lag
  Helps induce sleep
  Caffeine free

DOSAGE:

Use 1 tea bag per cup. Let steep for 3 minutes.
For cold tea pour 2 cups of boiling water over 4 tea bags. Steep for 5 minutes and remove bags. Add 2 cups of cold water and chill.

MANUFACTURED BY:

PREFERRED NUTRITION 

Formulated by Dr. Julian Whitaker, WomenSense, and Brad King, Preferred  nutritional supplements  offer you significant support for many common health concerns. 
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Insomnia



Nothing replaces a good night’s sleep. When you wake up after one, you feel refreshed, energized, motivated and happy. When you wake after tossing and turning for most of the night, you can feel the exact opposite. Unfortunately for a lot of people, they will often awake feeling as if they hadn’t slept at all.

Insomnia or, habitual sleeplessness, affects approximately one in ten individuals and becomes more common as we age. It can involve the inability to fall asleep or the inability to stay asleep. Causes of insomnia are, use of stimulants like caffeine or antihistamine, evening eating, evening exercise, shift work, an uncomfortable sleep environment, a weak bladder, worry, grief or stress. Chronic insomnia is usually caused by a medical condition such as hypoglycemia, hyperthyroidism, restless leg syndrome, arthritis, breathing disorders, indigestion or sleep apnea. Half of all chronic insomniacs suffer from depression or another psychological disorder.

We need deep and sound sleep to allow both our bodies and our minds to recuperate from the challenges and (often) stress of our daily lives. When we don’t get enough good quality sleep, it affects our body in many ways. Many bodily processes are regulated by sleep – for example production of certain neurotransmitters and hormones. If the specific glands and cells do not receive the correct messages produced by sleeping, then the healthy amount of these important substances may not be produced. Depression may result in the case of neurotransmitter deficiency. Fatigue or anxiety may result in the case of insufficient adrenal or thyroid hormones. Feeling tired frequently can reduce someone’s enjoyment of life.

Many factors can affect whether or not you are able to get to sleep deeply and soundly on any given night.

Stress

can have a large impact on your ability to relax and subsequently get to sleep. Chronic neurotransmitter deficiencies can make it difficult to get to sleep no matter how hard you try. Nutritional deficiencies can make reduce your body’s ability to produce these important brain hormones.

Nutritional support

for insomnia should include supplements to address each of these factors, including: stress reduction, optimizing neurotransmitter production, addressing potential sleep disorders, and taking supplements to improve overall sleep quality.

Stress reduction

can be supported with a number of effective and safe nutritional supplements and herbs. A foundation for any stress reduction program should always include nutritional and herbal support for your adrenal glands. Use a combination of B complex and vitamin C along with a herbal adrenal formula that includes siberian ginseng, licorice, and ashwaghanda or rhodiola. Most people notice that this combination helps to take the “edge” off of stress.

Optimizing neurotransmitter production

is crucial, as these are the chemical messengers that tell your brain when it’s time to go to sleep. Melatonin is a neurohormone that regulates your sleep cycle. Often used for jet lag, it help to “reset” your sleep cycle when it has been disrupted by travel or irregular sleeping. The amino acid 5HTP is the direct precursor to the neurotransmitter serotonin, which is partly responsible for sound sleep, healthy mood and for feeling calm. The herb St. John’s wort can also help to elevate neurotransmitter levels and can also help reduce anxiety and nervousness. None of these should be taken with prescription antidepressants.

Sleep disorders

like sleep apnoea are difficult to treat and require a formal sleep study for a positive diagnosis. Restless leg and periodic limb movement syndrome are other common sleep disorders.

Nutritional supplements and herbs

can be of benefit, in particular those recommended in this article for stress reduction. Those specific for getting or staying asleep can be of some benefit as part of an overall sleep improvement strategy along with conventional treatments.

The ability to get to sleep and stay asleep can also be supported with several nutritional supplements and herbs. The active ingredient in the herb valerian bonds to relaxation receptor sites in the brain. While not as effective as pharmaceutical sleeping pills, valerian is clinically proven and will not cause a hangover in the morning. Chamomile tea, passion flower, and hops can also help you get to sleep. Fast acting sublingual lozenge form melatonin is an effective alternative to addictive sleeping pills. Use the regular, slower acting tablets or capsules to help you stay asleep.



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