Food for Sleep
Eat, drink and be merry. And sleep well too.
That thing when you stay up super late watching the game or the match, knowing full-well that you’ve got to get up early for work the next day but you do it anyway because it’s your team, it’s your favorite player or it’s a big game or match. Yeah, we know that. We have lived it. It’s the I don’t want to get the score from Twitter or a news alert, I want to see it happen live, no matter how much sleep it costs me thing. Yup. Been there. Done that.
Or maybe it’s the thing when you’re tailgating or homegating and you eat too much or drink too much and you don’t feel great, you’re still digesting or your head is spinning and you can’t quite get to sleep. Check that off the We’ve Done That Too list (too many times).
Ok. So we found a huge help for this! Enter, Food for Sleep, a fast-acting, 2 1/2 oz. shot of real food can help you recover with a sound night’s sleep. Legit.
This innovative night-time elixir promotes healthy sleep. The science-based recipe contains tart cherry juice, which offers high levels of antioxidants, and a whey protein that’s exceptionally high in bioavailable tryptophan, an essential amino acid that has been demonstrated in multiple clinical trials to improve both sleep and recovery.
The Center for Disease Control reports that 50 to 70 million people in the US suffer from disorders of sleep or wakefulness. Most Americans who suffer from poor sleep are too overworked to easily fall asleep at night. If you struggle with getting your shut-eye from work or being wired after a big game, Food for Sleep is an option to explore.
We’ll end this by saying we have a rule here at HF: Never Go to Bed Angry. So if your team lost and it’s 2am and you’ve got to be up in 5 hours, take 10 minutes to get zen and lose the anger and frustration. And then maybe give Food for Sleep a try for a restful 4 hours and 50 minutes of shuteye. Get more information and pricing for Food for Sleep here.
GAME DAY PROS:
It’s a natural product. No need for a doctor’s script.
Sleep like the night after your team won the Super Bowl after decades of disappointment.
GAME DAY CONS:
The taste is not stellar.
$4 for a good night sleep is well worth it, but with 365 days in a year… it adds up.
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