Omega-3s & DHA May Help You Sleep BetterPrint
A recent sleep study found that children who took a 600-milligram omega-3 supplement every day slept nearly an hour longer and had fewer sleep disturbances. The study indicated that Omega-3 DHAs plays an important role in sleep.
The researchers from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, published the results in the March 2014 issue of the Journal of Sleep Research.
Although further research is needed to confirm a benefit for adults, anyone suffering from sleep problems should consider taking a Res-Q Omega-3 supplement. It's a simple, inexpensive and natural approach to sleep without side-effects or feeling groggy when you wake-up.
|Total Omega-3s (mg)||DHA (mg)||EPA (mg)|
|Res-Q 1250, 200 Softgels||750-850||300-325||390-425|
|Res-Q 1250, 17 Oz. Liquid||1400-1700||460-550||740-825|
|Res-Q Calamarine, 60 Softgels||700||500||125|
|Res-Q 1250+ Vit. D, 200 Softgels||750||440||260|
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