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Is it any surprise that in a society like the one we live in, stress is something we can’t ignore anymore? Let’s face it, stress comes from a variety of places in life — work, family, school, and even meal planning!
Stress isn’t all bad though. As a natural part of life, we are built to actually use this energy to help improve our daily lives. Our bodies are fantastic working machines that are built to not only get us through our days but make sure that we get through them well and achieve our goals!
Part of how we do this is thanks to something called the autonomic nervous system of our brains, which is split into two parts: the sympathetic and the parasympathetic system.
The autonomic nervous system plays a role in how your body responds to stress and uses it to achieve your goals. The sympathetic system is responsible for what you’ll probably recognize as the “fight or flight” system. This kicks in when you have to apply the brakes a little more abruptly than expected when traffic gets crazy, or when you realize you forgot an important due date — it causes a surge of anxiety! The parasympathetic system involves the opposite of that: engaging your body's ability to relax, digest and is typically engaged when you feel safe.
If stress weren’t a natural part of life, then we wouldn’t naturally have these built-in processes for dealing with it. The truth is, we need certain amounts of stress to complete even daily tasks that keep us on track with our goals.
However, stress can have compromising effects and can take a toll on three specific body systems when it gets out of balance. The nervous, endocrine and immune system can all be negatively impacted by too much stress.
One area of our lives that has no room for stress of any kind is actually such an important part of our well-being and health that it is comparable to eating and breathing.
You guessed it — that magic place where your stress should be minimized to as close to zero as possible is our sleep!
According to the CDC, one in three adults doesn’t get enough sleep, which is quite a staggering number when you think about it.
It’s not necessarily simple to peg sleep as the root of all our problems, however, because sleep has such a varied and wide effect on the mind and body.
So, let's look at a couple of signs and symptoms that may indicate that sleep is where you’re struggling to find a proper balance:
Yes, as weird as it may seem, your ability to get a good night of sleep has some pretty impressive effects on your body's ability to have a healthy metabolism. Your body needs to enter into deep rest mode where it organizes and resets not only your mind but also your ability to process and store foods.
Sleep has been shown to be linked to our ability to maintain focus, and that affects our moods. Many studies have shown a direct correlation between a lack of good sleep/enough sleep and an increase in negative moods and emotions. Lack of sleep may make maintaining a positive attitude and clear mind harder than it needs to be.
Have you ever woken up from a night of sleep with no memory of wakefulness or insomnia, but somehow you are still absolutely exhausted? You chug caffeine through the day and it doesn’t seem to help as you just get more and more groggy? This can be a sign that you aren’t getting the right kind of sleep! Sleep quality matters just as much as sleep quantity.
As strange as it may seem, our sleep can have a big effect on what we eat throughout the day. Our bodies obviously need sustenance to keep moving, but it takes time and energy to make food and to eat it and digest it.
If your body is naturally worn down due to a lack of sleep, you're going to be a lot more likely to take the path of least resistance when it comes to food intake, and you’ll find that you crave easy, temporarily satisfying meals with no significant nutritional value.
Sleep is actually divided up into four stages and it’s important that we hit each and every one of them. These stages can be divided further into two categories: REM (rapid eye movement) sleep and non-REM sleep.
One entire stage is dedicated to REM, typically found right in the middle, and the other three surround it.
These stages represent what is called a sleep cycle, and typically one sleep cycle lasts about 90 minutes. The ability to make it through multiple cycles a night is very important because an entire cycle — with REM sleep being one of the most significant stages to achieve — is key to achieving the healing benefits of a night of sleep.
Experiencing incomplete sleep cycles can negatively affect your daily rhythms.
When thinking about how to improve your sleep, you can’t go wrong setting your sights on simple, botanical solutions.
The benefits of taking an herbal supplement for deep sleep are in the all-day support system that R3SET’s Calm & Unwind capsules bring via its unique combinations of natural active and botanical ingredients that will naturally support your body’s stress defenses.
Herbal supplements have been long associated with helping individuals achieve quality sleep. Herbs like chamomile, passion flower, and valerian root have been linked to helping ease the mind and initiate better sleep habits. Natural herbal supplements can soothe both daytime and nighttime stress alleviating the chances of having interrupted sleep patterns.
The appealing thing about choosing a supplement built on natural, organic ingredients is that it provides a natural solution to a very natural problem. R3SET’s team of dedicated scientists and researchers have worked tirelessly to ensure that you can have access to these incredible benefits.
Remember, it’s not so much about the amount of sleep you get as it is the type of sleep you want! You want to be able to fulfill all four stages of a sleep cycle, allowing your mind and body to move through its natural healing rhythms.
The R3SET formula includes powerful stress support botanical ingredients like ashwagandha, lemon balm, passionflower, valerian root, chamomile, and more. These natural active and botanical ingredients act to boost stress defenses in the body to help you protect one of the most important aspects of your health journey which is a night of fulfilling, deep sleep!