A baby robs its parents of a total of 6 months of sleep in the first 2 years of life. smartsleep® products were therefore developed especially for the night and supply your body with important nutrients when it counts. So that you can always start a new family day full of power.
Job, children, household, everyday duties - family life is demanding and requires a lot of energy. If the little ones can't sleep at night or demand everything from their parents during the day, sleepless nights and tiredness are often pre-programmed. In order to cope with the turbulent everyday life, it is important that parents also get a restful sleep.
A short midday nap can help parents make up for a nighttime sleep deficit and gather energy for the rest of the day.
Fixed bedtimes and evening rituals help to develop a regular sleep rhythm for children and parents.
Before bedtime, all family members should settle down, dim the lights and prepare for sleep with quiet activities.
If you have to get up at night, it is best to avoid bright light and intense activity, because this inhibits the release of melatonin, which makes you tired.
Don't look at the clock! This starts the mental merry-go-round, distracts and keeps you awake.
Even if falling asleep doesn't work right away: Don't put pressure on yourself! Breathing exercises or relaxation techniques can help you calm down and get back to sleepy.
Get up immediately
Despite short nights, it is better to do without the snooze button and get up immediately. Daylight, fresh air and light exercise stimuli also wake you up.
Pay attention to sleep needs
Children are evening rather than morning people. If not necessary, you should not wake your child too early.
Ahealthy start to the day
A balanced breakfast rich in vitamins provides important nutrients and energy for the new day.
*Vitamin B6, B12 & Magnesium contribute to normal mental function and normal functioning of the nervous system. Riboflavin, niacin as well as magnesium contribute to the reduction of fatigue and tiredness. Zinc contributes to normal cognitive function. Thiamine, biotin and niacin contribute to a normal energy metabolism.