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Unwind this World Sleep Day with Westlab’s Magnesium Flakes

Westlab's Magnesium Flakes

The National Institute for Health have stated that a warm bath is proven to help you sleep better. Pairing this with a specially formulated bath salt renowned for its sleep-inducing properties ensures optimal results!

Westlab’s 100% natural  Magnesium Flakes (RRP: £4.99 – available to buy in Asda now & Morrisons from the 22nd April) help de-stress your mind and body and are proven to support healthy sleep patterns and a deep night’s sleep. 

Westlab's Magnesium Flakes

Penny Hamilton, Westlab’s Founding Partner and Bath Salt Expert, explains the benefits of Magnesium:

A lack of sleep can cause us to feel less energetic, irritable and frustrated with the continuous excessive fatigue cycle. Whilst an evening bath time ritual can help you to relax and reflect on the day, a Magnesium rich bath has further health benefits to help you emerge feeling exceptionally calm, clear-headed and sleepy. Magnesium is an important mineral that is used in an amazing 300 reactions in the body, such as regulating blood pressure, aiding digestion, relaxing muscles which may help conditions where muscle tension is an issue; for example preventing a migraine.

Westlab Magnesium Flakes help to bring magnesium into body through the skin by a process called transdermal absorption. Magnesium
 is required by body for a number of processes including helping with relaxation and sleep.”

So, light a candle, add your bath salts and enjoy a relaxing bath and then a great nights rest.

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