How to drink yourself to sleep

How to drink yourself to sleep

According to the World Sleep Society (yes, it exists), sleep issues impact up to 45% of the world’s population.

Chances are, that includes you.
But don't worry, we have a solution for you at the end of this email.

Spoiler alert:
Thrive Play contains all the vitamins B&D.
So the solution will be an alcohol-free beer. 💛


1. Vitamin B6 🥱

When it comes to sleep, Vitamin B6 is a worker bee, helping produce serotonin, a chemical that also acts as a hormone and plays a key role in your body for, among other things, sleep quality. Serotonin and dopamine, both neurotransmitters, facilitate how long and well you sleep.

2. Vitamin B12 😴

Vitamin B12 helps increase the body’s production of melatonin, making it important for regulating sleep-wake cycles. Research has shown that people with a vitamin B12 deficiency usually suffer from extreme fatigue and some also experience insomnia.

3. Vitamin D 🔥

Low levels of vitamin D have been connected to a lack of sleep and poor sleep quality in long-term research. Several more recent studies have connected vitamin D deficiency with the risk, and severity, of sleep apnea.

The solution for better sleep?

1. You can listen to your grandmother and drink some warm milk with honey before bed.
2. You can ask your pharmacist for vitamin supplements.

3. Or, you can have a Thrive Play, every day.

(we put this one in bold, so you'd focus on the beer solution and buy some Thrive Play)

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