Sleep Supplement: Neubria DRIFT
Sleep Supplement: Neubria DRIFT
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Sleep Supplement: Neubria DRIFT

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Better days start with the best night's sleep. The supplement for healthy sleep.

Sleep is essential for our physical, cognitive, and emotional health. You can't get the most out of every day if you lack the energy to put into it. And when we feel tired, it's too easy to slack off our exercise routines and let the healthy eating drop in favour of fast food and more caffeine.

If you're going to create the best sleep supplement, then you need an optimal blend of nature's sleep aids. That's why our experts created the unique blend of natural elements that sit at the heart of Drift. They've put together established ingredients and cutting-edge research to come up with a unique supplement for the deepest sleep ever.

Are you:

Finding it hard to switch off at the end of each day?

Waking up more than once in the night?

Not going back to sleep until just before your alarm?

Waking up feeling more tired and drained than when you went to bed.

You're not alone. Over a third of people we asked said their sleep quality was poor. And there's almost a guarantee that the nights when we sleep badly come before a day when we need to be on it. It’s really hard to be on your a-game when you feel like you’ve barely slept and can hardly keep your eyes open.

An all-natural aid to help you relax, unwind and get a great night's sleep.

All the benefits of optimal sleep to help your body and mind reset ready for the day ahead.

Better sleep without the potential side effects of many prescription medications.

No groggy feeling the next day.

A vegan-friendly supplement.

There's nothing worse at the end of a long, tiring day than not being able to get to sleep or tossing and turning through the night. You end up waking up more tired than when you want to bed. And just one night of poor sleep can affect your memory, concentration, mood, and the ability to handle life's everyday stresses.

Sleep is essential for our physical, cognitive, and emotional health. There's a reason they use sleep deprivation to break people down. Over half the people in the Neubria survey said that poor sleep affected their energy levels. You can't get the most of every day if you lack the energy to put into it. And when we feel tired, it's too easy to slack off our exercise routines and let the healthy eating drop in favour of fast food and more caffeine.

Some of us drink more alcohol, hoping to drop off to sleep more easily. But alcohol actually disrupts sleep, as it keeps our brains active for longer. And then there's more likely to be the need for a bathroom trip in the middle of the night. 

So, if you're going to create the best sleep supplement, then you need an optimal blend of nature's sleep aids. That's why our experts created the unique blend of natural elements that sit at the heart of Drift. They've put together established ingredients and cutting edge research to come up with a unique supplement for the deepest sleep ever.

It's one of the steps to take to beat daily burnout. When you’ve had a great night's sleep you’re going to wake up feeling refreshed, recharged and ready to seize the day.

To support the best quality of sleep and the restorative powers it has, our experts focused their research on established ingredients with solid results on sleep quality. The key ingredients in Drift are:

Lemon Balm

This calming herb has a long history of being used to reduce stress and anxiety. If you're feeling either or both of those things, then it's harder to get to sleep. It's also been used to reduce the discomfort from indigestion, something else that can make it harder to drift off to sleep. It's why a large meal late at night is never really a good thing

Hops

Often used alongside extracts like Lemon Balm, the Hops extract has a soothing effect on the nervous system. This helps you get into a state of calm after the stimulation of the day and is a key part of setting yourself up for a good night's sleep.

Chamomile

Used for thousands of years as part of natural sleep remedies, science is now catching up with traditional medicinal knowledge. Studies have found it has a significant positive effect on relaxation, physical and mental wellbeing. And a good night's sleep needs all those things.

Saffron

Not only one of the world's most expensive plants, research has proved Saffron promotes relaxation, a more positive mood and helps you to keep your emotions in balance. That makes it perfect to use in a synergistic blend with the other natural sleep aids.

Magnesium

This important mineral works to restore the balance in your electrolyte system and supports your central nervous system. Working to restore your natural balance while you sleep, it'll help reduce tiredness and fatigue, so you wake up feeling refreshed and energised. 

Tryptophan

Studies have found that Tryptophan is a precursor to Melatonin, the sleep hormone. Giving your body a boost of this before bed helps to reduce how long it takes you to drift off. Our experts think it's an absolute essential for any sleep supplements to be effective.   

Vitamin D

Your sleep rhythms and Vitamin D go hand in hand. It's a key ingredient in sleep supplements, as studies show it plays a role in melatonin production. Melatonin supports sleep regulation, so supporting your vitamin D levels means you're doing your bit for a better night's sleep.

Folic Acid

One of the B Vitamins, folic acid deficiency has been linked to sleep deprivation. Studies have shown that this is down to oxidative stress on cells caused by the shortening of DNA telomere tails. Sounds technical, but the upshot is folic acid counteracts this process helping you to improve your sleep.

Taking 2 Drift capsules a day, an hour before bedtime, will help you with how quickly you get to sleep and the quality of sleep throughout the night. 

Supplements aren't short term answers, though, and aren't a replacement for a healthy, balanced approach to life. While people react differently, we find most people start to see their best results after about 3 to 4 weeks of taking Drift every day. 

The other things any of us can do to improve our sleep patterns include:

Get stress under control – feeling stressed is one of the main reasons people have trouble getting to sleep. If you're feeling stressed all the time, then the levels of hormones such as cortisol remain consistently high. These heightened levels of hormones produced as part of your flight or fight response contribute to anxiety, mood swings, poor concentration and memory problems. No wonder you have difficulties dropping off! Mind and body techniques such as meditation, or relaxation techniques like progressive muscle relaxation, have all been shown to help reduce stress levels. You just need to find the one that works for you.

Get your caffeine in early  – while many of us enjoy the boost a shot of caffeine gives us, it can significantly contribute to sleep disruption. The half-life of caffeine is about 5 hours, though it varies for each of us. Generally, it's probably best to try not to consume too much caffeine after about mid-afternoon.  And it's not just your tea and coffee you need to keep a check on. There's unexpected caffeine in things like non-cola drinks and vitamin waters, as well as some over the counter medicines. 

Get moving – physical exercise is important for our health and the quality of our sleep. But if you exercise too close to bedtime, it might interfere with how quickly you drop off to sleep. That's because exercise increases your temperature, whereas your body is looking for a drop in temperature as a signal that it's time for bed. Try to exercise at least 5 to 6 hours before bedtime to not disrupt that natural signal. 

Get the most out of eating and drinking at night – you might think it's an old wives tale, but a milky drink or a banana in the evening really can help your sleep. It's down to helping any tryptophan in what you've been eating to be more easily absorbed. That, in turn, helps to increase your levels of melatonin, the hormone that induces sleep. Sadly, an alcoholic nightcap can have the opposite effect. It actually ends up stimulating the brain even while you're asleep, reducing your sleep quality. And let's not forget the nocturnal wandering to the bathroom that many of us experience, particularly those of us over 55. Having to get up to go to the toilet doesn't make for the best night's rest. Try to stop eating and drinking 2 to 3 hours before you head to bed. 

Minimise your blue light and screen exposure –  the blue light that your screens give out can reduce the amount of melatonin your body produces. Tablets and smartphones give out shorter wavelength radiation, and we tend to hold them closer to our eyes. This makes them more problematic than larger screens such as your computer or TV. If you can minimise your blue light exposure in the last few hours before you go to bed, that should help to reduce your sleep disruption. 

Make your bedroom into a sanctuary - your bedroom should be a space dedicated to sleep. Think about things like how much light gets in. Light stops the production of melatonin which can disrupt your sleep. If your curtains aren't up to the job, get a good eye mask. If your alarm clock throws out light, then swap it for an old-fashioned equivalent! The room temperature is also important, with about 18°C being about ideal. You should also try to go to sleep and then wake up at the same time every day, including at the weekend. Try to avoid dozing off in front of the TV, and if you really need to have a nap, try and stick to the same schedule. 

And if you really just can't sleep, get up – probably the worst thing you can do is just lie there tossing and turning. Get up and read, or listen to some relaxing music until you start feeling sleepy again. Make a list of things that are on your mind or that you know you need to do the next day. 

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theresa brown
Great sleep

I have been having horrendous sleep patterns for most of this year due to trauma but these tablets have calmed me down and I’m now getting a great nights sleep. I would recommend them to anybody that is having trouble getting to sleep. Theresa McNeill

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Kim Wild
Great sleep aid

Been using this every night for last fortnight as have had insomnia for years and first product to improve quality of sleep and can now go back to sleep if woken up which I couldn't before. Quick delivery as well.

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Ria Dhillon
Drift off

I like that this is a natural product. It sends you off into a gentle sleep. I will be ordering more today. Thank you so much xx

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What our experts say

"Sleep is crucial for our cognitive performance as well as mental wellbeing and physical health. Getting enough sleep is one of the best ways to fight off serious health problems."

Dr. Julia Gottwald (Neuroscientist)