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Sleep Yourself Happy
with Snoooze

Enjoying a full and natural sleep can be more difficult than you might think. Just because you’re asleep, doesn’t mean you’re getting the rest you truly need.
Drinking a Snoooze before bed helps support your sleep by inducing a deeper state of restfulness than you might otherwise fall into. This allows important brain rejuvenation, meaning you’ll wake up invigorated, ready to face whatever the day throws at you.

Happy sleeping

A solid understanding of sleep hygiene and how to get the best sleep is absolutely integral to a productive, healthy, happy life.  Full, uninterrupted and restful sleep increases overall life expectancy, improves performance capacity and helps keep you slimmer and more attractive. It is also of little surprise that a healthy sleep regimen directly relates to increased success in every aspect of your life.

Snoooze and somnology

Somnology is the science of sleep and has demonstrated that sleep breaks down and cleans up metabolites and waste products which accumulate in the brain during wakefulness. Chronic sleep deficit may lead to dementia or Alzheimer’s.

Somnological research has also shown that sleep not only helps rejuvenate the brain in a multitude of ways but also aids you to consolidate, learn and store new information learnt that day. This involves transferring short-term memory to long-term memory, a process that requires sleep. Lack of sleep can increase the risk of memory loss.

Snoooze supports you in getting a truly restful sleep, which in turn can lead to greater information processing, enhanced creativity and reduced stress levels. Snoooze is healthy, natural and tasty, and allows you to get the healthy sleep you deserve. Sleep yourself happy!

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Watch these experts talk about the benefits of sleep

Jeff Illif, Neuroscientist (TEDMED 2014)

Sleep cleans the brain

Professor David Holzman

Department of Neurology, Washington Medical School The Telegraph, Neuroscientist (July 2017) - Sleep-deficit is a key contributor to Alzheimer’s

R. Foster, Circadian Neuroscientist (TED)

Sleep should be taken seriously, because it increases mental health.

Matthew Walker

Why we sleep? Because it enhances memory and makes you more creative. Because it keeps you slim and makes you look more attractive.

Arianna Huffington

The Sleep Revolution” How to succeed? Get more sleep. “We women, should literally sleep our way to the top

Dan Gartenberg

The brain benefits of deep sleep. And how to get more of it. "Deep sleep delta waves are a marker of biological youth. Getting more of them might help preserve our brain.”

Matthew Walker

Feeling tired? Neuroscientist and author Matthew Walker explains how proper sleep will help us live longer, healthier, more creative lives.

Jeff Illif, Neuroscientist (TEDMED 2014)

Sleep cleans the brain

Professor David Holzman

Department of Neurology, Washington Medical School The Telegraph, Neuroscientist (July 2017) - Sleep-deficit is a key contributor to Alzheimer’s

R. Foster, Circadian Neuroscientist (TED)

Sleep should be taken seriously, because it increases mental health.

Matthew Walker

Why we sleep? Because it enhances memory and makes you more creative. Because it keeps you slim and makes you look more attractive.

Arianna Huffington

The Sleep Revolution” How to succeed? Get more sleep. “We women, should literally sleep our way to the top

Dan Gartenberg

The brain benefits of deep sleep. And how to get more of it. "Deep sleep delta waves are a marker of biological youth. Getting more of them might help preserve our brain.”

Matthew Walker

Feeling tired? Neuroscientist and author Matthew Walker explains how proper sleep will help us live longer, healthier, more creative lives.

Publications about sleep & happiness

Arianna Huffington

The Sleep Revolution: Transforming your life, one night at a time

Shawn Stevenson

Sleep Smarter! 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way To a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success

Matthew Walker

Why we sleep – unlocking the power of sleep & dreams

Arianna Huffington

The Sleep Revolution: Transforming your life, one night at a time

Shawn Stevenson

Sleep Smarter! 21 Essential Strategies to Sleep Your Way To a Better Body, Better Health, and Bigger Success

Matthew Walker

Why we sleep – unlocking the power of sleep & dreams

Scientific Studies on Sound Sleep

Repaying your sleep debt

Why sleep is important to your health and how to repair sleep deprivation effects.

Sleep deprivation

Impact on cognitive performance

Sleep drives metabolite clearance from the adult brain.

The conservation of sleep across all animal species suggests that sleep serves a vital function.

Sleep Deficit

The Performance Killer

How much sleep do we need?

Sleep debt and sleep deprivation

All The Ways Sleep Affects Your Happiness, In One Chart

A well-rested brain is a happy brain.

More Sleep Would Make Us Happier, Healthier and Safer

Very few Americans regularly obtain the recommended eight or more hours of sleep each night, and the consequences of this chronic sleep deprivation can be disastrous.

Interrelationships between growth hormone and sleep.

In healthy young adults, the 24-hour profile of plasma growth hormone (GH) levels consists of stable low levels abruptly interrupted by bursts of secretion.

Repaying your sleep debt

Why sleep is important to your health and how to repair sleep deprivation effects.

Sleep deprivation

Impact on cognitive performance

Sleep drives metabolite clearance from the adult brain.

The conservation of sleep across all animal species suggests that sleep serves a vital function.

Sleep Deficit

The Performance Killer

How much sleep do we need?

Sleep debt and sleep deprivation

All The Ways Sleep Affects Your Happiness, In One Chart

A well-rested brain is a happy brain.

More Sleep Would Make Us Happier, Healthier and Safer

Very few Americans regularly obtain the recommended eight or more hours of sleep each night, and the consequences of this chronic sleep deprivation can be disastrous.

Interrelationships between growth hormone and sleep.

In healthy young adults, the 24-hour profile of plasma growth hormone (GH) levels consists of stable low levels abruptly interrupted by bursts of secretion.

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