Rest & Rewind
Relaxing mint tea for restful sleep and anti-aging*
Make anti-aging part of your bedtime routine. This mint tea is melatonin-free and formulated with natural lemon balm and clinically tested 5-HTP to help you fall asleep and promote more restful sleep plus potent polyphenols and antioxidants to support cellular health.* Now you can get a good night’s sleep that looks good on you.
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Delivers 100 mg clinically tested 5-HTP, 300 mg natural lemon balm extract, 100 mg magnesium, and a proprietary blend of polyphenols and antioxidants in one convenient stick pack.
Mix one stick with 8 oz. of warm water and enjoy 30 minutes before bedtime. Pairs well with do not disturb mode.
Rest & Rewind Product Sheet
Why is sleep important for overall health and wellness?
A good night's sleep is crucial for your overall health and mood...not to mention the well-being of others around you. (Grouchy much?) Sure, sleep lets your body recover after a busy day, but it's your brain's chance to recharge and store all the things you learned and experienced that day, too. During sleep, your body also does a lot of behind-the-scenes work to heal and restore itself, fortify your immune system, and boost your mood.
What are the consequences of not getting enough sleep?
We've all walked around in a fog and felt not quite ourselves the day after a bad night's sleep. But sleep deprivation can cause more serious issues, including impaired cognitive function, decreased alertness, mood disturbances, a weakened immune system, and heightened stress levels.
What are some strategies to support quality sleep?
It may seem that prioritizing good sleep hygiene is easier said than done. But if you really want to do something, you'll find a way. And if you don't, you'll find an excuse. Try some of these tips and see if they work for you.
Stick to a schedule: Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends.
Create a bedtime routine that includes Rest & Rewind.
Make your sleep environment comfortable: Keep your bedroom dark, quiet, and at a comfortable temperature.
Limit screen time before bed: Blue light from screens can interfere with melatonin production, making it harder to fall asleep. Try to avoid screens at least an hour before bedtime.
Practice relaxation techniques: Engage in calming activities before bed, such as reading, meditation, or gentle stretching.
Be mindful of your diet: Avoid heavy meals, caffeine, and alcohol close to bedtime.
Stay active: Regular exercise can promote better sleep, but you should avoid vigorous activity too close to bedtime.
Manage stress: Practice stress-reduction techniques like deep breathing or journaling to prevent racing thoughts at night.
Why is it important to protect your cells?
All living matter, including your body, is made of cells. You ARE your cells. So, if you protect your cells, you protect all of you. Unfortunately, your cells face constant attacks from things like the food you eat, the air you breathe, and other environmental factors you encounter. When your cells are attacked, they can become damaged, which can affect their ability to work effectively and set off a chain reaction that may lead to health problems. But if you keep your cells healthy, you keep yourself healthy.
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