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Dreamy Sleep Aids from JP’s Original

As the clocks spring forward for daylight saving time, many people will struggle with losing that precious hour of sleep.

This annual time shift can wreak havoc on our body’s natural circadian rhythms and sleep patterns. The negative impacts of the time change are well-documented, with studies showing increased risks of cardiovascular issues, workplace injuries, and even car accidents in the days following the start of daylight saving time.

Poor sleep doesn’t just leave us feeling tired and unfocused – it can have serious consequences for our overall health and well-being. Chronic sleep deprivation weakens the immune system, impairs cognitive function, contributes to weight gain, increases inflammation, and exacerbates mental health issues like anxiety and depression.

Fortunately, some natural remedies like herbal teas can help our bodies adjust more smoothly to the time change and improve sleep quality. Luxury tea brand JP’s Originals, Sleep Deep tea is a a dreamy blend containing water soluble CBD, calming chamomile, sweet, gentle floral notes of rose, lavender and rosehip, and deeply relaxing lemon balm helping you to switch off and let go of the stresses of the day so that you can sleep soundly until morning.  While their Calming Chamomile has anxiolytic properties and is particularly useful for anxiety and disrupted sleep. 

Unlike over-the-counter sleep aids which can cause morning grogginess and have potential for dependence, their CBD tea blends work naturally with the body to reset its internal clock. By establishing a relaxing pre-bed ritual of sipping a warm, soothing cup of JP’s Originals tea, we can help our minds and bodies wind down and achieve the restorative sleep needed to conquer the daylight saving time change.

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