Promoting Good Sleep through Nutrition

A poor night's sleep can affect cognitive function the next day, but cognitive distress can disrupt sleep as well. Natural ingredients, such as botanicals like chamomile and valerian, and hormones, such as melatonin, are on the market to help improve the sleep of adult consumers. Careful research must be performed to ensure the safety and efficacy of such products, but the market for sleep products is looking bright.

October 17, 2014

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Promoting Good Sleep through Nutrition

Report Summary

Research has shown that cognitive health and sleep are closely connected. When sleep suffers, so does cognitive health, but natural ingredients, such as botanicals and hormones, can help promote good sleep. Consumers want something safe and effective, so formulators looking to develop a sleep product need to conduct careful research to bring a formulation to market.

Editor's Take

A poor night's sleep can affect cognitive function the next day, but cognitive distress can disrupt sleep as well. Natural ingredients, such as botanicals like chamomile and valerian, and hormones, such as melatonin, are on the market to help improve the sleep of adult consumers. Careful research must be performed to ensure the safety and efficacy of such products, but the market for sleep products is looking bright.

Takeaways for Your Business

  • Stress is the natural enemy of sleep, but natural products can help promote restful sleep.

  • Developing sleep products requires careful research and consideration.

  • Sleep loss impacts all facets of life, so finding a solution is important to many consumers.



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