Get Deep Sleep & REM Sleep Naturally w/ Mustard Microgreens
Is Getting Enough Sleep Really Enough?
If you were to ask me if I was getting enough sleep, I would have said, “Yeah, sure.” I mean, maybe I had some trouble falling asleep, here and there, and maybe I’d wake up in the middle of the night and have trouble falling back asleep; but basically, I was getting enough. And that’s good, right, because getting enough sleep is critical to your health and well-being.
But what I didn’t know was that the quality of my sleep was crap. I was getting really poor deep sleep and REM sleep. Deep sleep and REM sleep are two super important stages of your sleep cycle and play a vital role in physical and mental restoration. I was not getting that deep sleep to help restore my body or that REM sleep for mental and emotional rejuvenation.
I bet a lot of you were like me and struggled to get enough deep sleep and REM sleep. This can lead to various health problems, from fatigue and difficulty concentrating to depression and anxiety. And, yes, I checked the boxes on all of those. Fortunately, I found some natural ways to improve my sleep quality, and hands down the most effective one was mustard microgreens.
In this post, look at the benefits of mustard microgreens for improving sleep, as well as how to incorporate them into your meals for optimal results. Whether you suffer from chronic insomnia or simply want to get better quality sleep, mustard microgreens may be the key to unlocking a more restful night's sleep.
Revogreen Sleep is packed with mustard microgreens. It’s 100% organic and non-GMO. Plus no fillers. It’s all greens.
The Benefits of Mustard Microgreens for Improving Sleep
If you're looking to improve your sleep quality, mustard microgreens may be just what you need. These tiny greens are packed with nutrients and compounds that can help promote deeper, more restful sleep.
Here are some of the key benefits of mustard microgreens for improving sleep:
High in Magnesium
Mustard microgreens are rich in magnesium, a mineral that plays a critical role in sleep quality. Magnesium helps to calm the nervous system and relax the muscles, making it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night.
Although, if you were like me, and tried over-the-counter magnesium, you may have noticed some, ah-hem… unpleasant side effects. Like you were putting toilet paper on the grocery list a little more often. The great thing is, the magnesium in mustard microgreens is completely bioavailable, so no more midnight trips to the toilet.
Rich in Melatonin
Melatonin is a hormone that regulates the sleep-wake cycle, and mustard microgreens are a natural source of this important compound. By consuming mustard microgreens, you may be able to boost your melatonin levels and promote deeper, more restful sleep.
And just like with magnesium above, maybe you’ve noticed side effects, like headaches, with over-the-counter melatonin. When you take mustard microgreens, you’re not just getting one chemical compound. Microgreens contain all the supporting nutrients, in a balanced way, that the plant needs to be healthy. This is one of the reasons why our customers have more success with our supplements.
Inflammation is a common cause of sleep disturbances, and mustard microgreens have anti-inflammatory properties that can help reduce inflammation in the body. This, in turn, can lead to improved sleep and overall health.
Supports Adrenal Function
The adrenal glands play a crucial role in regulating our sleep patterns. They produce cortisol, a hormone that helps to regulate our stress response. When cortisol levels are high, like after a stressful day at work, it can disrupt sleep patterns and cause insomnia. Mustard microgreens contain compounds that support adrenal function and help to regulate cortisol levels, promoting deep sleep and REM sleep.
Mustard microgreens are also a good source of other nutrients that can contribute to better sleep, such as potassium, vitamin A, and vitamin C. These nutrients help to support the immune system and reduce stress, which can lead to more restful sleep.
I used to have really terrible brain fog. As you can see here, my job is pretty mentally demanding. I’m always doing research, and I spend at least 50% of my day writing. That would leave me mentally drained before the week was even done. I was starting to think that I might have to change careers. But the first time I took Revogreen Sleep, I was out in about 5 minutes (so make sure you’re not driving any heavy machinery 😀). When I woke up, my brain fog was completely gone. I take Revogreen Sleep every night and I haven’t had brain fog since.
Some customers like to pair Revogreen Sleep with Revogreen Muscle & Joints. Revogreen Muscle & Joints contains phytonutrients that help regulate cortisol in your body and drastically reduce stress and anxiety. Revogreen Sleep helps rejuvenate your mind through a better night’s sleep, while Revogreen Muscle & Joints helps rejuvenate your body.
How to Incorporate Mustard Microgreens into Your Diet for Better Sleep
Now that we looked at the benefits of mustard microgreens for improving sleep, you may be thinking about how you can incorporate them into your diet. Fortunately, they’re really delicious and theirs lots of easy ways to enjoy these greens and reap their sleep-promoting benefits.
Here are some suggestions for incorporating mustard microgreens into your meals and snacks:
Add them to salads
Mustard microgreens have a slightly peppery flavor that pairs well with fresh greens and other vegetables. Try adding them to your favorite salad for an extra boost of nutrition and flavor.
For a mustard green tomato salad: Combine chopped tomatoes, sliced red onion, and mustard microgreens in a bowl. Drizzle with olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and season with salt and pepper to taste.
Use them as a garnish
Mustard microgreens make a beautiful and nutritious garnish for any dish. Simply sprinkle them on top of soups, stews, or roasted vegetables for a pop of color and flavor.
For a mustard microgreens smoothie: Blend a handful of mustard microgreens, one banana, one cup of frozen mango, and one cup of almond milk in a blender until smooth.
Incorporate them into sandwiches
Mustard microgreens can add a bright and fresh flavor to any sandwich or wrap. Try using them in place of lettuce or other greens for an added nutritional boost.
For a mustard microgreens and avocado sandwich: Toast two slices of bread and spread mashed avocado on each slice. Top with mustard microgreens and sliced tomato, and sprinkle with salt and pepper to taste.
Blend them into smoothies
If you're looking for a quick and easy way to get more mustard microgreens into your diet, try blending them into a smoothie. They pair well with fruits like banana, mango, and pineapple, and can add a unique flavor and texture to your favorite blend.
By incorporating mustard microgreens into your diet, you can enjoy their sleep-promoting benefits and add delicious and nutritious ingredients to your meals and snacks.
While incorporating mustard microgreens into your diet, is a super tasty way to stay healthy, it can be hard to find a reliable source of mustard microgreens at your natural grocer. It can also be difficult to eat enough of them to get the full effect. That’s why Revogreen Sleep makes it easy for you to get your daily dose of microgreens.
Other Tips for Improving Sleep Quality
While incorporating mustard microgreen supplements was one of the best ways, I found, to improve your sleep quality, there are still other lifestyle changes you should consider to have a positive impact. Here are some additional tips for getting better quality sleep:
Establish a consistent sleep routine
Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends. I know, this can be hard, especially when you feel like you’ve earned those extra hours on Saturday morning. But, this can help regulate your body's natural sleep-wake cycle and promote deeper, more restful sleep.
Reduce screen time before bed
The blue light emitted by screens can interfere with the body's production of melatonin, making it harder to fall asleep. Setting your phone or computer to night mode can help, but really you should try to avoid using electronic devices for at least an hour before bed to help promote better sleep.
Practice relaxation techniques
Activities like yoga, meditation, and deep breathing can help to calm the mind and reduce stress, making it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep throughout the night. Chi gong and yoga nidra are some of my favorites.
Keep your bedroom dark and cool
Make sure your bedroom is dark and cool, as this can promote deeper, more restful sleep. Use blackout curtains, earplugs, or a white noise machine if necessary to block out any light or noise that may be interfering with your sleep. If I’m traveling, I’ll always make sure there is a sleep mask and earplugs in my bag.
By making these lifestyle changes, in addition to incorporating mustard microgreen supplements, you can take control of your sleep quality and wake up feeling more refreshed and rejuvenated every morning.
Some customers try other people’s microgreens, but they don’t get the same results as Revogreen. Why is that? Many providers grow their microgreens hydroponically or aquaponically. This means their microgreens are deficient in many nutrients. Other growers use cheap soil thinking it won’t affect the nutritional content of the plant….but it does, drastically. But at Revogreen we grow ours in organic nutrient-dense soil, tapping into the power of mycelium networks and microbes and this makes all the difference.
We’ve seen how getting enough deep sleep and REM sleep is critical to your health and well-being, but it's not always easy to achieve. Fortunately, there are natural ways to improve your sleep quality, and incorporating mustard microgreen supplements into your routine is one of the most effective.
Mustard microgreens are rich in magnesium, melatonin, and other nutrients that can help promote deeper, more restful sleep. By incorporating them into your meals and snacks, or taking Revogreen Sleep, you can enjoy these benefits and wake up feeling more refreshed and rejuvenated every morning.
Remember to establish a consistent sleep routine, reduce screen time before bed, and practice relaxation techniques. These small lifestyle changes can have a big impact on your sleep quality and overall health.
So why not give mustard microgreens a try? Whether you add them to your salads, smoothies, or sandwiches, or take them as a supplement, you may be surprised at how much they can improve your sleep quality and enhance your overall well-being.
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Many of our competitors buy their supplements from 3rd-party manufacturers. Most of them have no idea how they were produced, how potent they are, or their quality. At Revogreen we grow all of our supplements in-house. 0% of our products come from 3rd party vendors. We have strict growing protocols and high quality-control standards, to ensure that you get the best microgreen supplement on the market.
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Droo Higgins: I’m an educational writer and strategist. I worked in the fields of public and corporate education as a content developer, trainer, and consultant for the past 12 years. I’m also an advocate for the health benefits of microgreens, as I’ve seen them work firsthand. Find me on LinkedIn.
Beata Lerman PhD: I am a biochemist and an Immunologist with a passion for improving health in the most effective ways possible. I have been in many roles over my 23-year biomedical research career from academic Research and Drug Development to industry consulting and Medical affairs. I strive to bring you the most evidence-based and reliable educational content to put you back in charge of your health. Find me on LinkedIn, and try some of my gourmet, sugar-free chocolates at Sinless Treats.