Posted by S. Ashton Faulkner on 1/3/2013
It’s the beginning of January and that means the holiday season is
over – time to get back to our regular schedules and normal routines.
We’ve all probably ate too much, exercised too little and generally let
ourselves rest a bit more than necessary. There isn’t anything wrong
with that, as long as we get back up and back on track. That small
break the past few weeks have allowed us to take is a reality check that
shows what and how we would feel if that were to be our daily lives.
Without a regular amount of exercise or normal hours of sleep, our
bodies can react irregularly – we can feel more tired during waking
hours or suffer soreness in the unused muscles and joints. On top of
the obvious signs, lack of sleep can also be linked to higher levels of
heart disease, obesity and even an increased chance of being diagnosed
with Type 2 Diabetes. To help get back to (and maintain) a regular,
restful pattern, add ProBLEN’s Sleep-Aid
supplement to your bedtime routine. One of the ingredients, niacin
(vitamin B3), in particular is a terrific addition to your regimen that
helps you bounce back from the recent holiday stress. It helps in the
conversion of higher cortisone levels into serotonin (the part of that
Thanksgiving turkey that makes you sleepy after the big meal).
Not only as a benefit for reaching slumberland, but the Sleep-Aid
supplement may also assist in relieving your seasonal blues. Cortisone
is released by the adrenal glands as a stress response. As mentioned
earlier, by converting some of the hormone into the serotonin
neurotransmitter, niacin assists you by shortening the time it takes to
fall asleep. Plus, increased serotonin is also believed to be a
contributing factor in the mind’s ability to feel happy and have an
overall positive sense of well-being.
So, start using ProBLEN’s natural Sleep-Aid
supplement now and you’ll have a much shorter recovery period in the
New Year. That feeling of joy we had while leaving our regular lives
has lessened now that we’re back in the grind.
Take it back and get ready for 2013!