Soma Sleep Gummies - Blueberry
In Chinese medicine, reishi mushrooms are used to treat depression, anxiety, and stress. Medical studies have also reported reishi mushrooms may help reduce stress.
It has traditionally been used to reduce stress and anxiety, promote healthy sleep, improve appetite, and ease indigestion-related pain or discomfort.
Lion's Mane Mushroom
The Lion's Mane Mushroom is a popular functional mushroom. It may improve gut health to support sleep by affecting the nervous system and reducing anxiety.
Historically, passionflower has been employed as an anti-anxiety and sleep-enhancing plant. It is still used today to address anxiety and sleep problems.
Chamomile is an excellent natural sleep aid thanks to its calming, anti-inflammatory properties. Its compounds promote relaxation, reduce stress and curb anxiety.
CALMING NIGHTLY RITUAL
How to Use
Soma Sleep is a natural and herbal sleep aid that helps you fall asleep easily and have a restful night’s sleep.
Soma Sleep is made with a blend of essential herbs and natural ingredients that have been used for centuries to promote a restful sleep. The capsules are easy to use and can be taken just before bedtime. They can be taken along with your other nighttime rituals, such as reading, meditating or journaling.
Relax with Mushrooms
Let Mushrooms Improve Your Sleep
When you have a good night’s sleep, you’ll wake up feeling more energized and less stressed, making it easier to tackle your daily tasks.
Find out how you can use these natural supplements to help improve your health and wellbeing. These natural sleep aids can help you fall asleep faster, sleep longer, and wake up feeling refreshed and energized.
Support Healthy Rest
What is Sleep?
Sleep is a naturally occurring state of rest for the mind and body. It is a time when the body can heal, repair tissue, and reduce stress. Sleep is vital for good health and well-being. The National Sleep Foundation (NSF) recommends that adults get 7-9 hours of sleep per night. Children and teens need even more. Sleep disorders are conditions that prevent a person from getting the quality sleep they need to function during the day. Common sleep disorders include insomnia, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy.
How to Sleep Well
The Process of Sleep
There are two types of sleep: rapid eye movement (REM) sleep and non-REM sleep. Both types are important, but REM sleep is when most of the dreaming occurs. During REM sleep, the brain is very active and dreams can be vivid. The body is relaxed, but the eyes move quickly from side to side. Most people have about four or five periods of REM sleep each night. Non-REM sleep has three stages: light sleep, deep sleep, and very deep sleep. These stages progress in a cycle from light to deep sleep and then back to light sleep again. Most people spend about 50% of their total sleeping time in stage 2 non-REM sleep.