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Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep VegeCaps 60

Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep VegeCaps 60
Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep VegeCaps 60
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Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep VegeCaps 60
Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep
Radiance® Tart Cherry Sleep supplies a very powerful extract derived from the skin of the tart cherry and standardised to provide high levels of the specific bioactive phytonutrients that support a good night’s sleep.
Tart Cherry is a great choice for the legions of sleepless as this extract is derived from Montmorency cherries, a variety of sour cherry (Prunus cerasus) and one of the few known natural foods to contain bioactive phytonutrients that help to support sleep and natural circadian rhythms.


  • Research shows that supplementing with tart cherry aids in sleep difficulties without the side effects of synthetic hormones or sleeping tablets.
  • Radiance® Tart Cherry Sleep is encapsulated for easy, mess free dosing does not need to be refrigerated and is independently, third-party tested for pesticides and heavy metals.


Active Ingredients:
Each Capsule Provides:

Montmerancy tart cherry skin concentrate ( Prunus cerasus) 400mg
Standardised to contain 70mg polyphenols, 36mg anthocyanins & 12.49µg naturally occurring bioactive phytonutrients.

Also contains: Cellulose capsule, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silica.

100% vegetarian.

No egg, gluten, milk derivatives, nuts, peanuts, salt, shellfish, soy, sugar, wheat, yeast, artificial preservatives, flavours or colours.

Take one or two capsules 30 - 60 minutes before bed, or as required.

  • Not recommended during pregnancy and lactation.
  • Not recommended alongside anticoagulant medications or antiplatelet medications as there is a potential for interaction.

Extended Information:
Sleeping difficulties are unfortunately very common, with well over one third of all kiwis having trouble getting to or staying asleep on most nights. This can have devastating effects for the daytime lives of people affected; from low energy to poor concentration to feeling irritable and anxious about the night ahead. Many of the desperately sleepless have tried all the options available to them to help to get just a little bit more shut-eye, often with little benefit.
14 Secrets for sleeping soundly
1. Have a dark, quiet, comfortable room.
Ensure your bed is comfortable and your bedroom is quiet, a room which is cooler rather than too warm is best. Make sure your curtains block out all light, even a little light at night time can negatively impact the secretion of the hormones which induce and maintain sleep.
2. Get rid of the clock.
Many people who have sleep difficulties tend to watch the clock, inducing all sorts of stressful thoughts like “Oh gosh, I have to get up in five hours and I haven’t fallen asleep yet”. This just initiates a stress response, which guess what? Keeps you awake. Digital alarm clock displays may also cast a glow over the bedroom which negatively impact on sleep hormone secretion.
3. Bed is for sleeping and relaxation.
Try not to use your bed for anything other than sleeping and relaxation so that your body comes to associate bed with these activities.
4. Have a regular sleep routine.
One of the best ways to train your body to sleep well is to retire to bed and then get up at pretty much the same time every day, even when you don’t have to. Maintaining a regular sleep rhythm will contribute to resetting your body clock.
5. Avoid caffeine and nicotine.
Avoid consuming any caffeine (which may be present in coffee, tea, soft drinks and chocolate) or nicotine for at least 4-6 hours before going to bed. These substances are stimulants and will drastically diminish your ability to fall asleep.
6. Avoid alcohol.
It is best to avoid alcohol for at least 4-6 hours before going to bed. Many people believe that alcohol is relaxing and helps them to sleep, but it actually detrimentally affects sleep quality and will often result in early waking.
7. Sleep rituals.
Develop your own rituals to remind your body that it is time to sleep; maybe do some relaxing stretches, breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation just before bed each night, or just enjoy a nice cup of chamomile tea as the day nears its end.
8. Bathtime.
A hot bath 1-2 hours before bedtime can help promote sleep by raising your body temperature, the slow drop in body temperature following your bath causes you to feel sleepy. Research shows that sleep hormone secretion and sleepiness is associated with a drop in body temperature. Try adding some lavender oil to the bath as lavender has a pleasing, relaxing aroma which may help get you off to dreamland.
9. Get up & give it another go.
If you haven’t been able to drift off after about 20-30 minutes, get up and do something calming or boring until you feel sleepy then return to bed and give it another go. Sit quietly on the couch with the lights off or read something unstimulating, in moderately dim light. Avoid doing anything that is too stimulating like watching television or using your computer or phone as this will tend to wake you up.
10. No naps.
It is best to avoid taking naps during the day to make sure that you are tired at bedtime. If you can’t make it through the day without a nap, make sure it is for less than an hour and before 3pm.
11. Exercise.
Regular exercise is a good idea to help support a good night’s sleep, but try not to do strenuous exercise in the 4 hours before bedtime, as for some it can be stimulating. Try a morning walk, run, gym session or swim instead.
12. Eat well.
A healthy, well balanced diet will help you to sleep well, but timing is important. Some people find that a very empty stomach at bedtime is distracting, so it can be useful to have a light snack, but avoid heavy meals too soon before bed as this can also interrupt sleep. A warm glass of milk, which contains tryptophan, a precursor for the sleep hormone melatonin, may be helpful for some.
13. Keep daytime routine the same.
Even if you have a bad night sleep and are tired it is important that you try to keep your daytime activities the same as you had planned. That is, don’t avoid activities because you feel tired as this can reinforce your sleeplessness.
14. Take Radiance Tart Cherry Sleep, Tart Cherry Sleep Plus or Medi-Jubes Sleep! :)

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