Tag: insomnia

The Importance of Vitamin B6 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 523

The Importance of Vitamin B6 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 523

Not sure if you should be taking Vitamin B6 on its own? Find out why you might need this nutrient from Amanda Williams, MD, MPH.

Nutrients for Stress and Sleep Support – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 507

Nutrients for Stress and Sleep Support – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 507

The body needs sleep to recover, but issues such as stress may prevent you from getting good quality rest. Turn to Tranquil Tx, a liquid mixture of ingredients that have been clinically studied for their calming effects.

Specific Foods and Nutrients That Promote Healthy Sleep – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 265

Specific Foods and Nutrients That Promote Healthy Sleep – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 265

One of the most underestimated factors in our overall wellness is sleep. But foods and nutrients can really support a restful night of sleep?

How Insomnia Impacts Your Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 56

How Insomnia Impacts Your Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 56

Anyone can have a bad nights sleep, but when it is persistent and beyond your control it is called insomnia, which can damage your health and sometimes shorten your life. Chief Scientific Director and Pharmacist, Jerry Hickey, Ph., brings you information on natural remedies for insomnia.

Three Ways to Get The Sleep You Need

Three Ways to Get The Sleep You Need

Photo by Awar Jahfar on Unsplash Do you have trouble falling or staying asleep? Or do you find yourself not waking up feeling rested? You’re not alone! A third of US adults report that they usually get less than the seven hours that is recommended. 

Your Quality of Sleep Declines As You Get Older

Your Quality of Sleep Declines As You Get Older

A recent review of scientific literature published in the journal Neuron found that aging adults may be losing their ability to produce deep, restorative sleep. Medical News Today states that as the brain ages, neurons and circuits in the areas that regulate sleep slowly degrade,