A better night’s sleep is something many of us crave, but according to The Great British Bedtime Report, many of us either don’t sleep enough or have a poor quality of sleep.
Apart from the obvious feeling of tiredness, it is well known that chronic lack of sleep increases your risk of developing heart disease, strokes and other conditions such as high blood pressure and cholesterol, diabetes and obesity, claim researchers from the University of Warwick.
Magnesium is required by the body to maintain a state of rest. Magnesium deficiency can lead to leg cramps, restless legs, stiffness and excess muscle tension. All of which can cause interrupted sleeping patterns and sleepless nights.
We have a range of products could help you achieve a deep and healthy sleep. But which one is right for you?
If you’re sleep is restless; tense, aching muscles, constant tossing and turning, or frequent waking leaving you feeling exhausted in the morning, then the Magnesium Sleep Spray is the one for you.
Providing a high concentration of magnesium chloride, the Magnesium Sleep Body Spray quickly eases muscle tension and calms the body, while the essential oils bergamot and clary sage soothe the senses, helping you get a more restful night’s sleep.
Struggle to fall asleep
We’ve all gone to bed feeling tired only for our brains to go into overdrive and leave us counting the hours until we have to get up.
If you struggle to unwind then we recommend our Magnesium Sleep Lotion. While magnesium relaxes muscle tension preparing the body for sleep, the lavender and chamomile help slow sensory activity and quieten the mind, allowing you to relax and drift off into a peaceful night’s sleep.
Child struggling to sleep
If your child is the reason you're struggling to sleep, then our Magnesium Sleep Lotion Junior is specially formulated to help young children relax and unwind and get a more restful sleep.
This lotion is suitable for children as young as one years old, is suitable for even the most sensitive skin and naturally supports children's sleep patterns.
For more ways to help your little one (and you) get more rest see our blog 6 tips to help your child get a good night's sleep.