Tips for Healthy Digestion and Quality Sleep

Tips for Healthy Digestion and Quality Sleep

Your gut and brain interact conscientiously with one another on a daily basis. Try these tips to support healthy sleep and digestion.*
Your gut and brain interact conscientiously with one another on a daily basis. If you’ve ever felt nauseas prior to speaking in public or have experienced an uneasy stomach upon receiving bad news, you’ll notice just how connected the two are. If your body is under stress or has received little-to-no sleep, it can have a great impact, including its ability to digest food.

As your body consumes, absorbs and assimilates a meal, your entire digestive system is working extensively to deliver nutrients where they need to go. The whole process requires an adequate amount of cellular energy in order for things to go smoothly. Without adequate sleep, your digestive organs do not have enough time for rest and repair. Although it may take a little bit of time, here are some ways you can break the cycle and support healthy sleep and digestion.*

1. Avoid Sugary Meals 2 Hours Before Bed
Diet is often the main culprit when it comes to digestive issues. Processed foods that are rich in sugar, chemicals and empty calories often do more harm than good. To avoid the bloat and discomfort, eat a diet rich in whole grains, fruit, vegetables and lean protein. However, your last meal of the day should focus on protein and fats, since carbs and sugar are digested quickly and provide the body with cellular energy.

2. Relax with Yoga
Yoga is known to increase relaxation, making it the perfect addition to any night-time routine. Even better, there are a series of poses that promote healthy digestion. Try lying flat on your back and pulling your knees up to your belly, as you hug your legs and pull them closer. Repeat several times in a comfortable setting right before bed.

3. Supplement with Melatonin
Melatonin is a hormone that our bodies produce to help control sleep patterns. However, levels may decline with age, and therefore a supplement can be taken. Our Melatonin 5mg works to support sound quality sleep and is a terrific choice for people experiencing occasional sleeplessness.* With a full night’s rest, your body will have enough energy to take on the day.*

4. Incorporate a Probiotic Supplement
In addition to taking Melatonin, try supplementing with our Probiotic 10 formula.* Probiotic 10 contains 20 billion live cultures that work to support a favorable environment for the absorption of nutrients.* When combined with a healthy diet, the supplement can help to support optimal digestive balance and healthy immune function.*

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