New Natural Sleep Product now in Australia
Prosomnia®, a new natural sleep product shown to help improve sleep quality and help patients return to their natural sleep patterns is now available in Australia.
Prosomnia’s availability will be widely welcomed, with new research revealing a staggering 92% of Australians admit to having a bad night’s sleep at least one to two nights a week, and in some cases nearly every night.
“We know that a lack of sleep can have negative impact on a person’s mental wellbeing and productivity so it’s very concerning that nine in ten Australians admit to regularly having a bad night’s sleep,” Matthew Swadling, Bayer Australia, said.
“For Australians who struggle to get to sleep at night, Prosomnia offers a new option to help them restore a natural regular sleeping pattern,” Mr Swadling said.
“By gently helping restore the natural sleep cycle, Prosomnia helps people get into the deeper, more restorative sleep and improve their sleeping patterns,” he said.
Clinical studies have shown:
Prosomnia reduces the time taken to get to sleep from an average of 56.5 minutes to an average of 12 minutes after four weeks of daily use.
People taking Prosomnia spent less than half the time awake in bed and spent more time in the deeper, more restorative stages of sleep.
The number of people who ‘slept well’ i.e. waking only once or less during the night increased more than three-fold to over 77% after taking Prosomnia for 5 weeks.
Marketed by Bayer Australia Ltd, Prosomnia is a once daily tablet that works by helping people get to sleep and stay asleep for longer. It is available without prescription from pharmacies.
“Prosomnia is an effective, evidence-based medicine, which has produced consistent results in clinical trials. It is made from naturally-derived ingredients and is not associated with dependence or morning drowsiness issues,” Mr Swadling said.
“There is no limit to the amount of time a person can take Prosomnia for. However, a one month daily treatment is recommended to help restore natural sleep patterns,” he concluded.
Other highlights from the consumer survey investigating Australians' sleeping patterns included:
60% of Australians would take 8 hours good sleep over a night of passion – with women most likely to take sleep over sex (70%) compared to men (50%).
40% of Australian’s are getting by on 6 hours of sleep or less a night, with lunchtime power naps (26%) and stimulants such as coffee and energy drinks (57%) being the most popular ways to stave off tiredness during the day.
Tiredness appears to be driven by a lack of quality sleep, with 54% stating their main problem with sleep was waking up still feeling tired, ahead of staying asleep (42%), struggling to get to sleep (32%) and waking up too early (28%).
The nation can see how their sleep measures up by visiting www.howtosleepwell.com.au and taking the sleep test. Also on the website are tips for how to improve sleep.
Mature Traveller has been testing the product and we have found improved sleep patterns within the first week of regular using. Always consult your Health Care Professional.