How to take Sleep Supplements?
The sleep supplements we carry don’t contain ingredients that will make you fall asleep and make you feel groggy in the morning when you wake up. The aim we have with our sleep supplements is for you to have restorative sleep and wake up feeling refreshed and almost energized.
The best way to take these supplements is to take them half an hour before you go to sleep. This leaves time for your body to digest and absorb the ingredients. They will help your body and mind unwind, in a way that you feel ready to go to sleep. Sleep supplements are meant to be implemented into a healthy and calming night time routine.
How often should I take Sleep Supplements?
You can take our sleep supplements on a daily basis, or whenever you feel like you could use the extra rest. Your body will not develop any dependence, so you should be able to sleep even without taking them. The frequency of taking these sleep supplements really depends on your own needs.
What Sleep Supplement Brands are there?
Sleep is one of our pillars of health because we know that many people struggle with having quality sleep. We wanted to be part of the solution, so our team chose and curated some of the best brands and products out there, to make TheDrug.Store a place where you could find some of the best sleep supplements in the UK. Some of our tops brands are:CBD brands with specific products for sleep:
Do Sleep Supplements have any side effects?
The Sleep Supplements we stock on our site do not have any side effects. As they are natural sleep supplements with botanicals and other beneficial natural ingredients, they will not make you groggy as a sleeping pill would. Instead, they work to help your body relax and make you fall asleep naturally. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should however check with your healthcare professional first. As you should, if you're on any other medication. The sleep supplements might interact with them and cause a reaction.
Dr Julie Moltke shares some advice on How to Sleep Better:
The importance of good sleeping conditions: Sleep in a dark and cool bedroom without too much artificial light. Your body needs to cool down before falling asleep. A warm shower can help you with that as your body releases more heat after direct warmth.
Turn off your screens to avoid blue light: Try to put away your phone, television or laptop one hour before going to bed. Research has shown that the artificial screen-light distracts your system from entering your natural sleep cycle.
Have a set night time routine: Try to wake up and go to bed at a similar time each day. If you sleep in on weekends try not to overdo it, this will make it easier to get back to your work week sleeping habit on Monday.
Cutting back on caffeine for better sleep: Science has shown that caffeine rich drinks stay in your system for up to 12 hours. We recommend holding back on caffeinated drinks including coffee and teas high on caffeine after 2 pm or at least 8 hours before your bedtime.
Unwinding before going to sleep: Engage in relaxing activities in the hours before going to bed. Great activities include relaxing yoga poses, meditating, reading a book or taking a bath. Vigorous exercise during the hours before bed is not recommended as it releases stress hormones just as work related actions, such as checking emails do.
If you can't sleep, just get up: Research has shown that if you have been awake in bed for more than 20 minutes it is common to feel anxious and worried. The best solution is to get out of bed and engage in a relaxing activity like reading or meditating for a short while before going back to bed.
Check out Dr.Julie's guide to the best sleep supplements in the UK!