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Bring balance to your sleep and wake cycle

Nutrition & Wellbeing

Is tiredness – or lack of it – getting the better of you? This new Nutrilite™ product could be the answer!

Did you know that 23% of Europe’s total population has problems falling asleep1, while 33% struggle to keep up their energy levels during the day1? It may sound like we’re about to address two separate problems, but they are in fact very closely related. Experiencing sleep difficulty at night and lethargy throughout the day are often connected to disruptions in your circadian rhythm – the cycle that keeps your 24-hour body clock ticking.

How does the circadian rhythm work?

Your circadian rhythm responds to environmental changes such as light, darkness and appetite by creating hormones that regulate your sleeping pattern. In a sense, it sends messages to your body, telling it when to be tired and when to be energised.

If these messages aren’t coming through, the body may feel sleepy during the day yet wide awake at bedtime. Nutrilite™ Can’t Stop Won’t Stop is just another natural way of letting your body know that it’s time to rise and shine. With the beginning of spring, there’s more reason than ever to come out of those hibernation habits and raise your energy levels.

Plenty of beauty sleep

You’ve heard this old adage and it’s true. The first step to feeling your best and having a productive day is a good night’s sleep! So, before you start thinking of a way to wake yourself up at sunrise, take steps to make sure you rest up well. The trick is to relax.

How can you relax?

Although the key to relaxation differs from person to person, here are a few helpful suggestions:

  1. Reading: Pleasure reading, of course! Not catching up on all the e-mails from your colleagues. Reading invites sleepiness by tiring out your eye muscles.

  2. Music: Choose something like classical music, which is melodic and soothing. This will slow your pulse and alleviate stress.

  3. Hot bath: After leaving the hot water, your body temperature will drop, which sends an internal signal that it’s time to go to sleep.

Feeling energised

For many, not just Millennials, sleeping well is only half the battle. If the sleep you crave at bedtime starts creeping its way into your daytime activities, it means your circadian rhythm is out of balance. The good news, however, is that with a good night’s sleep, you will significantly increase your chances of a productive day, either outside enjoying the fresh air or even just sitting at your keyboard.

But whatever is on the agenda, your day does not need to depend entirely on the night before. In the same way that we try to relax before sleep, there are ways to wake ourselves up and stay energised throughout the day, thereby keeping that circadian rhythm flowing.

Can’t stop, won’t stop

However advanced and reliable your bedtime routine is, sleep deprivation can be brought about by something as common as a screaming baby or early-morning drilling from next door. The point is, it’s out of your control. And the solution is to get your day under control.

That’s where Nutrilite™ Can’t Stop Won’t Stop comes in: as a tasty, peach-flavoured, fast-melt stick containing vitamins B1, B6, B12 and C, as well as magnesium3, plus naturally occurring caffeine from mate, this supplement sends all the right signals to your circadian rhythm, letting it know that it’s time to seize the day!

1 – Amway Brand Tracking Top 15 Health Concerns EU Prio Markets with ANZ, 2021
2 – The beneficial effect of melatonin is obtained by consuming 1 mg close to bedtime.
3 – Vitamins B1, B6, B12 and C, and magnesium, which contribute to normal energy-yielding metabolism. Vitamins B6, B12 and C, and magnesium, contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

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