Native Nectar Botanicals REST Herbal Tincture

Native Nectar Botanicals REST Herbal Tincture

18.00

1 oz/30 ml

REST Tincture features the herbal extracts of Skullcap, Valerian, Passionflower and Catnip. These herbs create a sedative and relaxant effect, reduce agitation caused by exhaustion and nervous activity, aid in lowering blood pressure and relieve tension headaches. The result is a calm mind and relaxed body ready to fall asleep quickly and deeply.

Energy Profile: For people who have a hard time "turning off" their minds at the end of the day. For the type of person who feels like they need to be completing tasks right up until they close their eyes. For those who suffer from stress headaches, twitching muscles, tossing and turning and who may fall asleep easily but wake up with their mind racing and struggle to fall back asleep. 

Directions: Take 30-40 drops (approximately one dropper) in a little water every 30 minutes starting 2 hours before bed. Keep by bedside and take one dropper as needed upon waking in the night. For best results, incorporate Deep Sleep herbal extract into soothing night time rituals.

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Created in the small mountain town of Crested Butte, Colorado, Native Nectar offers products that bring the beauty and healing properties of nature into everyday self-care rituals. Our core mission is to elevate your mood, create confidence in your own skin, and connect you to the power of natural ingredients.

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FEBRUARY 01, 2019

6 TRIED AND TRUE METHODS TO HELP YOUR WHOLE FAMILY SLEEP BETTER

Not getting enough sleep can adversely affect the whole family. Plus, your kids need even more sleep than you. Getting everybody on the same page regarding sleep can be exhausting. If your family is having difficulty getting quality sleep, here are proven tips to help you all sleep more soundly.

1. Turn off the screens early

Artificial light can disrupt your sleep schedule and affect memory, cognition, and mood. According to Psych Central, a recent study highlights that artificial light’s detrimental effects can be reversed. Limit your evening time on TV, laptops, and smartphones. Work in sleep neuroscience shows that reducing the blue light on your screen can ramp up natural melatonin production and help you sleep better. Talk with your family about the benefits of sleeping better and work together to create guidelines for electronics.

2. Find a groove

High sleep quality is important for children because sleep quality can have an important role in influencing energy and focus. Research has shown in children an association between poor sleep quality and attention deficit problems. Make sure your child gets enough sleep to give them a boost in school and have more energy to pursue recreational activities. Once you have begun positive sleep habits, focus on maintaining that rhythm and plan for disruptions.

3. Adjust your workout time

The effects of vigorous exercise on sleep habits vary significantly based on an individual’s personal habits and body chemistry. However, if you’re struggling to fall asleep and tend to exercise later in the day, switch up the time you’re exercising and see if that makes a difference. The same wisdom holds true for kids. If they’re running around in the evening or early night, then they’ll have a difficult time falling asleep. Rearrange their schedule and observe the effects.

4. Don’t eat a big dinner

After people eat late at night, their metabolism gears up to start digesting the food they just consumed. They don’t remain active, however, and this can adversely affect their sleep schedule. According to the Washington Post, it can aggravate conditions such as acid reflux disease and contribute to weight gain. Sometimes, a work schedule can make it difficult to come home and eat earlier in the evening. In cases like this, eat a larger lunch, but then consume a smaller dinner.

5. Control liquid intake

Many kids ask for a glass of water before they go to bed, which can contribute to the need to go to the bathroom at night. A little water before bed is fine, but make sure it’s not too much. This will help your children understand proper water consumption.

For the adults, another consideration is controlling alcohol intake in the evening and nighttime. While alcohol can have a mild sedative effect, research-based evidence shows that it messes up some of the functions of the brain. You may sleep more, but the quality of sleep is actually quite poor.

6. Work on stress control

Inadequate sleep can contribute to higher levels of stress. Stress can contribute to poor sleep. It’s a vicious cycle. Manage stress or try for a better night’s sleep to break this cycle. Stress is often a good area to target. If stress is influencing your children’s sleep, talk openly with them about what might be causing the stress.

Strong social support systems can help build resilience and teach strong stress management skills. If stress is altering your sleep patterns and habits, some workplace wellness programs help with this. Besides the psychological benefits of talking with a therapist or trained professional, they can help you find ways to work through situations or triggers.

There are many different factors that contribute to poor sleep quality and each person’s circumstances will require some tailoring. If your whole family is having a tough time, talk about ideas to help people sleep. The benefits of a good night’s rest are profound.

Article By: Julia Merrill