What is Sleep and Relaxation?

What Is Sleep and Relaxation?

Sleep and relaxation play an important role in our overall health and well-being. They can provide you with many physical and mental benefits, including anti-ageing.

Sleep encourages healthy brain function and supports emotional well-being. There is also evidence to suggest that deficiency of it can cause chronic health problems in the long term. It can improve learning, studies show. In addition, it can also balance moods and help you to cope with life situations better.

What Problems Relate with Sleep?

Relaxation is of primary importance if you want to get a good night’s sleep. If you are having problems with this, you may have insomnia. This means having difficulty sleeping and usually not feeling very refreshed the next morning. Thus, it has a knock-on effect on your everyday activities.
Common symptoms of insomnia include difficulty falling asleep, waking up early in the morning, and waking up during the night. In addition, feeling irritable, tired, and unable to function efficiently the next day are also some signs.

Other problems include sleep apnea, which is a form of sleep disorder where breathing becomes shallow or infrequent during sleep. This is due to air flow being blocked or prevented from entering the lungs because of an obstruction. Signs and symptoms include loud and heavy snoring, excessive daytime sleepiness, irritability, morning headaches, forgetfulness, changes in mood or behaviour, and even anxiety or depression.

Losing weight and the use of mandibular advancement devices or nasal continuous air pressure (CPAP) help manage sleep apnea. Some people  also highlighted that Serrapeptase helped them to find relief for their sleep apnea due to its inflammatory properties. Serrapeptase can break down any obstructions in the nasal passage, making it easier for oxygen to be delivered around the body.

What Can Help with Sleep Problems?

There are certain things that can help to improve insomnia, including avoiding stimulants such as caffeine later in the day, avoiding eating heavy meals late at night, having a regular time to wake up, and finally, using thick curtains or an eye mask  to block out light and noise disturbances for a good night’s rest.

For help with the above conditions, check out this Sleep and Relaxation Health Plan.

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2 Comments

  1. Chris

    June 17, 2015 at 12:08 am

    I have been a sufferer of Anxiety for at least 15 years, i was always a worrier and a nervous child.
    I have used medications from the doctor but the side effects outweighed the benefits for me.

    My sleep was terrible, it was hard to get to sleep…and even then i would wake up like clockwork every 1hr 30 mins.
    The slightest noise…creek…or bump would startle me and wake me up and my heart would pound, i had to have a fan on all the time to disguise any noises so i could get to sleep.

    I had a very short temper which could have landed me in prison more than once due to over reacting to situations with violence.

    I had racing thoughts, i couldn’t even focus whilst trying to play golf because my mind was to active, i would make split second adjustments during my swing which would totally mess my shot up, i would get so angry and shout and swear and end up hurling my club down the fairway, my poor friends had to tolerate that 🙁

    I started Serrapeptase around 2 months ago because i wanted to try and improve a shoulder injury i have been dealing with for a around 8 years, i like to lift weights but i developed shoulder pain whilst overhead pressing weights, i developed pain that never went away and prevented me from pressing any weights.

    After the first week of taking serrapeptase i pressed a weight pain free for the first time in 8 years!, no lie.
    my sleep had gotten better, i slept 4 hours straight!, i actually had dreams aswell.
    The dreams got deeper and instead of waking up 5-6 times per night i sleep straight through till morning, sometimes i wake up once at around 4;30 then its back to sleep until 8;00, when i wake up and feel so rested.

    My anxiety has gone, my anger has disappeared and im so laid back, my mind has slowed to a comfortable rate, and my golf is the best its ever been…seriously 🙂

    Could all my problems have all boiled down to systemic inflammation?, could the inflammation have caused my nervous system to be over sensitive?, im not sure…its like the chicken and the egg puzzle for me as im no scientist?, did the inflammation go down which improved my sleep or was it the sleep improvements that helped the inflammation go down?.

    All i know is im getting positive results and my life is so much better now!.

    I have added Curcumin in addition to the Serrapeptase for added benefits.

    • lindsayp

      June 22, 2015 at 5:13 pm

      Hi Chris,
      Thank you for sharing your experience with us and the great results you are having with the serrapeptase. You can even try adding in the Ancient Minerals Magnesium Oil Ultra into your routine, rubbed on to the skin daily, to further help with inflammation, calm the nervous system and improve the quality of sleep.

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