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Why Restful Sleep is Key for Optimal Health and Productivity

Deep sleep is equivalent to a brain detox and most of us aren’t getting enough”

- Sarah Morgan, MS

In the relentless rhythm of daily demands, sleep is often the first thing we neglect. Yet, it's the cornerstone of our well-being, promoting optimal health and productivity. The quest for quality sleep is more than a nightly ritual—it's a lifeline for busy moms, driven professionals, and those in the throes of life's transitional stages. But what if the key to unlocking a restful night sleep included carefully selected supplements, designed to complement the natural rhythms of our bodies?

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Understanding Sleep

To understand sleep, it’s important to understand our sleep/wake cycles, also known as our circadian rhythms. These invisible internal clocks dictate more than just when we feel tired or awake, they coordinate everything from our metabolism to our mood. When modern life—with its erratic schedules and blue light from screens—causes those rhythms to skip a beat, our sleep suffers, which leaves us feeling groggy, tired, irritable and more.


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Tips for Falling Asleep with Ease

To aid with falling asleep, it’s important to do things that work with your natural rhythms. 

Bedtime Routine

Establish a sacred bedtime routine that signals your body it's time to wind down. 


Remove blue light stimulants at least 30 minutes before bed. If you’re going to be in front of a screen, try wearing blue blocker glasses to better protect yourself for more restful nights.  


Avoid heavy meals before bed. In order to help your body align with your natural sleep/wake cycle it’s important to avoid things like caffeine, and sugar close to bedtime. These can interfere with your ability to fall asleep.


Use relaxation techniques like breath work or meditation. If you’re new to meditation, you can find simple, free meditations or playlists on Spotify or YouTube to get started. 


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Supplements that work with your natural rhythms:

Phosphatidylserine: supports healthy cortisol and melatonin levels, promoting deep sleep

L-Theanine: an amino acid found in green tea that helps reduce feelings of stress and anxiety and may improve sleep quality.

Magnesium: the relaxation mineral used by the brain to support healthy mood and sleep.

Myo-inositol: supporting sleep signaling in the brain

GABA: a calming neurotransmitter shown to increase alpha brain waves related to a relaxed, focused state.


All in one supplement solution:

Add SLEEP from Rootine into your bedtime routine. Sleep is formulated with these 5 key adaptogens in a delicious, all-natural, drink mix.

Designed to work with your body's natural sleep/wake cycle to promote falling asleep faster, staying asleep longer, and waking up feeling refreshed. Enjoy 30 minutes before bed for a more restful sleep.


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Cheers to a smarter sleep routine

Remember, every night is going to be different. One way to track your sleep improvements is through wearables. Try tracking your deep sleep, REM Sleep and light sleep over the course of a week. Check in on different habits you’re adding, or removing, to your routine to find the ones that works best for you. 

Sweet dreams!