Does a lack of sleep have you running low?

It’s hard for most people to get the proper amount of sleep every night. Between working a forty-hour week and running a household, many women these days are lucky if they can get seven hours of sleep a night. However, according to a study conducted by the Penn State College of Medicine, women are less affected by sleep loss than men, especially in terms of work performance.

“In women, but not in men, deep sleep appeared to have a protective effect,” explained Dr. Alexandros N. Vgontzas, professor of psychiatry in sleep disorders medicine at the college. “Women with a higher amount of deep sleep can handle better the effects of one workweek of mild sleep deprivation, and their recovery is more complete after two nights of extended sleep.”

Therefore, it may be more important for men to make sure they are getting enough sleep during the work week in order to perform at optimal levels. Effective for helping both men and women fall asleep, Dr. Pinkus’ Sublingual Sleep can promote a restful night’s sleep without becoming habit-forming. These fast melting melatonin tablets are all-natural and contain Magnesium and Vitamin B-1 to relax muscles and calm nerves.

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