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Madrid, February 14, 2023.
According to the SEN (Spanish Society of Neurology) more than 12 million people wake up with the feeling of not having gotten a good night's sleep. In fact, they affirm that between 25-35% of the adult population suffers from transient insomnia and between 10-15% from chronic insomnia. From Cuure they warn that lifestyle, anxiety and worries, in addition to some pathologies such as heart failure, are some of the factors that can cause insomnia
Quality rest is still a pending issue for a large part of Spaniards. According to a study by the Spanish Society of Neurology (SEN), more than 12 million people wake up with the feeling of not having had a restful sleep or start the day tired. Unhealthy lifestyle habits, uncertainty, stress or anxiety are directly associated with having poor sleep quality. The high percentage of people who do not get a good night's sleep could be significantly reduced if appropriate measures were taken how to carry out a change in lifestyle or, also, consume supplements focused on alleviating this problem such as melatonin, vitamins B1, B6 and B12 or L-Tryptophan. Solutions to improve quality and combat sleep disorders: To achieve a restful sleep, Cuure, a company of ultra-personalized and 100% natural nutritional supplements, has developed its "Night Concentrate". It is a nutritional supplement whose liquid galenic form contributes to a rapid action. In addition, it does not contain gluten, lactose, sugar, or soy and is also suitable for vegans. Its composition is based on:• Melatonin, a hormone that reduces sleep disorders, such as insomnia and sleep phase delay syndrome• Hops extract, known for its ability to reduce stress and anxiety• GABA, a neurotransmitter that inhibits neural activity and plays a crucial role in anxiety management, which promotes relaxation and restful sleep• Vitamins B1, B6 and B12, which play an important role in metabolism to regulate mood and induce sleep The company recommends its consumption occasionally without exceeding a dose of 1 ml per day. Decalogue of 'Sleeping Beauty':1. Have something light and easy to digest for dinner (between 2 and 3 hours before going to bed)2. Practice breathing exercises or meditation3. Go to bed and get up every day at the same time, even on weekends4. Create a bedtime routine such as reading a book or listening to relaxing music, taking a hot shower, or drinking a glass of warm milk5. Avoid taking stimulants after 4:00 p.m., such as caffeine6. Keep the room cool, dark and quiet7. Avoid using mobile devices an hour before bedtime as blue light activates neurons8. Control worries. Better to write them down on a piece of paper and think about them the next morning9. Avoid napping 10. If you can't fall asleep after 20 minutes, get up and do some relaxing activity. In any case, Cuure experts always recommend consulting a doctor or health professional if you have persistent sleep problems.
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