by Mark Miller May 27, 2021
Taking magnesium, a naturally occurring element, can help you physically and mentally and ensure you get a good night's sleep.
Magnesium is involved in many bodily functions and processes. Ensuring you get enough can mean the difference between regular, healthy bowel movements and constipation; a satisfying slumber and a sleepless night; and a healthy, happy mind and depression.
VALI's blog titled "5 Vitamins and Minerals to Avoid Insomnia" mentions magnesium in the context of its ability to relax a person and help them sleep . The blog says:
Magnesium is one of the key minerals that are important in getting a higher quality snooze. ] In fact, it’s sometimes known as the “sleep mineral” – it helps your brain relax and turn off at night. A lack of magnesium may lead to difficulty in getting that much-deserved beauty sleep.
Magnesium is a natural relaxant that eases off adrenaline. It helps promote sleep because it reduces inflammation and tapers down the level of cortisol – the stress hormone infamous for interrupting sleep.
A study of magnesium in elderly people found :
Supplementation of magnesium appears to improve subjective measures of insomnia such as ISI [insomnia severity index] score, sleep efficiency, sleep time and sleep onset latency, early morning awakening, and likewise, insomnia objective measures such as concentration of serum renin, melatonin, and serum cortisol, in elderly people.
In other words, you can have better quality of sleep for a longer period of time if you get a sufficient amount of magnesium.
Foods that contain magnesium include:
Pay attention to this list because it's estimated half of people don't get enough magnesium in their daily diet.
A doctor discusses the benefits of magnesium.
A Healthline article lists 9 evidence-based benefits of magnesium . They are:
Sleep Well helps you relax and wind down before bedtime, fall asleep fast, experience deep restorative sleep, and wake up ready without the morning grogginess or habit-forming effects of pharmaceutical sleeping pills.
If you've tried Lunesta, Sonata, Ambien, Rozerem and Halcion you may have found some of the following side effects that WebMd lists :
VALI Sleep Well has nine other ingredients that formulated for calming, sleep-inducing qualities. They are:
A good night's sleep starts with sleep hygiene or practices. The first thing is to practice a good routine that works for you that helps you get to sleep. The CDC says  good sleep hygiene consists of:
The calming, anti-anxiety ingredients of VALI Sleep Well can carry over into your daily life. If you're spending sleepless nights, have tried heavy chemical pharmaceutical sleeping pills and don't like their side effects, try VALI Sleep Well.
by Mark Miller June 10, 2021
Tyrosine is an amino acid produced in the body that some people take as a supplement to improve thinking processes, reduce stress, and fight depression.
by Mark Miller June 03, 2021
The beauty of nootropic supplements is that they contain substances that do double duty as antioxidants, fighting disease while helping you think better and be more alert and creative.
One of the ingredients of VALI Neuro Force, a nootropic with 10 helpful substances found in nature, is Bacopa monnieri. VALI uses Synapsa™ Bacopa Whole Plant Extract (Bacopa monnieri).
Bacopa is an adaptogen antioxidant used in traditional Ayyurvedic medicine for longevity, neuron communication, and cognitive enhancement. There is solid evidence that Bacopa is a valid nootropic, reducing anxiety and stress, and improving cognition and memory.
by Mark Miller June 01, 2021
St. John's wort may help people who are depressed, or with the unwanted symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes.
It is a flowering shrub from Europe that usually blooms around June 24, the time of St. John the Baptist's birthday, hence the name. It has been used in traditional medicine for centuries, though for a long time its main use was in magic potions.
And there is evidence that the herb is actually helpful for mild and moderate depression.
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