Q. Who is Caruso’s Valerian formulated for?
A. Caruso’s Valerian is formulated for restless sleepers who take a while to get to sleep, wake frequently throughout the night and who feel that their sleep quality is poor and unrefreshing. Caruso’s Valerian provides a good night’s sleep without making you feel drowsy the next day.
Q. Can I take Caruso’s Valerian if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
A. No, we do not recommend the use of Caruso’s Valerian during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Q. Can children take Caruso’s Valerian?
A. Caruso’s Valerian is not suitable for use by children under the age of 18 years. For further advice please consult your healthcare professional.
Q. Can Caruso’s Valerian be taken with other medication?
A. Caruso’s Valerian may potentiate the effects of other sedative medications. If you are taking these medications, please consult your healthcare professional before using Caruso’s Valerian. Please take any complementary medicine at least 2 hours away from pharmaceutical medications.
Q. How long can I stay on Caruso’s Valerian?
A. Caruso’s Valerian can be taken for as long as needed, provided your healthcare professional has been advised regarding any other pharmaceutical medications that you may be taking. If symptoms persist please consult your healthcare professional.
Q. Any other tips that might help to get a good night’s sleep?
A. If you are having trouble sleeping at night, a good sleep hygiene routine is a must. Your routine might include moderate exercise late in the afternoon or early evening (which will have your temperature decreasing by bedtime – one of the triggers for sleep); a nice warm bath using some lavender oil or magnesium salts for relaxation; dimming the lights around the home as the sun goes down (to help stimulate melatonin production); turning off “screens” at least one hour before bedtime or swapping your screen for a book; including protein (especially spinach, eggs, poultry and cheese) with your dinner to help with the production of neurotransmitters that assist with sleep such as serotonin; and quiet meditation and breathing exercises.