70% Of Americans Don’t Get Good Sleep: What This Means + What To Do

by Jerald Dyson

For one thing, understanding your own sleep chronotype can help you figure out what your optimal bedtime (and wake time) is, plus how to schedule your day, to suit your natural circadian rhythm. And speaking of circadian rhythm, the best way to keep it in check is by going to bed and waking up at the same time every day.

Along with that, it’s so important to have a bedroom conducive to sleep (aka one that’s quiet, dark, and cool), as well as keeping up with basic sleep hygiene like limiting blue light before bed, giving yourself plenty of time to unwind, and avoiding big meals and/or alcohol a few hours before bedtime.

With those bases covered, if you’re still waking up with lower energy than you’d like, you might want to consider a quality, non-hormonal sleep supplement, such as mbg’s sleep support+. The unique formula blends magnesium, jujube, and PharmaGABA®, for a supplement with ingredients proven to enhance sleep quality, support a healthy circadian rhythm, and help you fall asleep faster—all without morning grogginess.*


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