10 Ways to Get a Better Night Sleep

When was the last time that you fell asleep with ease and woke up feeling completely refreshed? Chances are it’s been since sometime in March. The current pandemic is taking a toll on us, but only if we let it. Continue reading to learn 10 ways to help you get a better night’s sleep.

If you’re suddenly having difficulty sleeping, you’re not alone. According to Today, “As social distancing guidelines stay in effect around the country and we continue to spend more time at home to slow the spread of the coronavirus, many people are saying they’re having more trouble sleeping and are experiencing more vivid dreams than usual.”

Adequate sleep is vital to your overall health and well-being. If you’re having trouble getting a good night’s sleep during this pandemic, Market America has incredible exclusive products for you to consider. Here are 3 of our must-have products to help you get the sleep you deserve. Click each product name for a full description and complete list of ingredients and benefits.


Prime Dreamz™

  • Helps promote the deep, restful third and fourth stages of sleep
  • May improve sleep quality
  • May have calming properties to help you relax
  • May help you relax
  • Sleep deprivation can accelerate the aging process
  • Adequate and quality sleep can help to prolong the aging process
  • May help to stabilize mood

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Isotonix Essentials® Turn Down 

  • Helps enhance and stabilize mood
  • May promote calmness and relaxation
  • Supports healthy sleep quality
  • Promotes sleep
  • Assists in releasing mental tension
  • Helps to clear the mind


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Isotonix® Magnesium

  • Promotes head comfort
  • Promotes optimal muscle health and comfort
  • Helps maintain normal blood sugar levels
  • Supports a healthy sleep quality


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How else can you improve your sleep? Here are 7 ways we suggest:

  1. Establish a nighttime routine
  2. Avoid heavy meals late at night
  3. Avoid bright screens 1-2 hours prior to bedtime
  4. Stick to a daily schedule, especially during the stay at home time
  5. Exercise during the day
  6. Keep your bedroom cool
  7. Try deep breathing exercises when you first lay down

Did you know that stress can play a major role in your ability to fall asleep as well as your quality of sleep? If stress is keeping you up at night as well as affecting your daily life, check out these 11 ways to combat stress.

Ashley Purnell

Ashley Purnell

Director of Corporate Social Media

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