We are all individuals and our needs and wants are also individual, the food to satisfy our needs and the food to satisfy our wants may depend on numerous factors to maintain good health, work, play, anxiety and stress. All of these may vary our intake even down to comfort food to suppress the symptoms of stress, paranoia, anxiety and depression.
It is widely recognised that sleep and its quality may be linked to our general well-being both physical and mental health.
For example let’s deal with sleep, a British study of the effects of sleep with volunteers confirmed much of which was generally accepted. Volunteers slept for 8 hours for the first 3 nights of the study and for the next 3 nights they slept for just 4 hours; through the study they maintained a normal routine, the data gathered was then analysed both at the beginning of the study and at the end of the study. The confirmation was interesting and revealing.
The 4 measures were anxiety, depression, stress and paranoia; anxiety almost doubled, depression almost tripled, stress almost tripled and paranoia almost doubled.
The volunteers natural rhythm became apparent emphasising the desire to sleep, trust of others became an issue along with these manifestations; sensations of pain were experienced for no apparent reason. We can see that many of the day to day issues we face may be linked to our sleep patterns and the quality of our sleep.
The take away from this is a good night’s sleep regularly is fundamental to both mental and physical health.
All of these products Sleepwell, Energy Pluss, Magnesium Pluss, AntiFlam Pluss and Emu Balm, in their own way support sleep. It is difficult to relax and set yourself up for sleep when you have muscle and joint discomfort, having got to sleep you then wake up for a call of nature and find it is difficult to get back to sleep again this is where combinations like Sleepwell and AntiFlam Pluss may help and for localised discomfort topical rub Emu Balm with all of the skin benefits of emu oil.