Back to work with peace of mind

Because we firmly believe that stress management and well-being are key elements for a fulfilling life, we are here to support you. Find our natural solutions to approach this new school year with confidence, calm and serenity.

OroMag+ (Ref. 071.2) €23

400mg of elemental magnesium per dose 30 doses per jar

Magnesium is a mineral that helps promote muscle relaxation and relaxation of the nervous system. It can contribute to deeper, more peaceful sleep.

Lactium® (Ref. 071.2) 60 capsules, €49

300mg of Lactium®, patented material 60 capsules per jar

Lactium® is a natural anxiolytic, without addiction or sedation, which helps promote relaxation and better stress management. It influences the central nervous system by acting on GABA receptors.

Phytosleep (Ref. 092.2), 60 capsules, €26

Combination of melatonin (3mg) and valerian (100mg).

Melatonin is a natural hormone that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. It is used to improve sleep quality and can help induce deeper sleep. Valerian is an herb used as a natural remedy for insomnia. It helps reduce anxiety.

Lactocalm (Ref. 047.3) 90 capsules, €39

Association of ATA Mg® (acetyl-magnesium taurinate) (233mg), Lactium® (100mg), Vitamins B3 (5.5mg) and B6 (0.5mg).

Lactium® is associated with ATA Mg® (magnesium acetyl taurinate), a bioavailable form of magnesium and taurine, and group B vitamins. This formulation aims to promote relaxation, reduce stress, neuro -inflammation and improve sleep quality.

We recommend that you do not exceed the recommended daily doses and follow the recommendations of your healthcare professional.

Our well-being advice

  • Regular physical activity: Physical activity can contribute to deeper, more restful sleep. Try to exercise regularly, but avoid strenuous activity right before bed.
  • Relaxation and meditation: Practicing meditation, yoga, or other relaxation techniques can help reduce stress and anxiety, which promotes deeper sleep.
  • Avoid caffeine and alcohol: Limit or avoid caffeine and alcohol consumption, especially late in the day, as these substances can disrupt sleep.
  • Maintain a regular sleep routine: Try going to bed and getting up at the same time every day, even on weekends, to regulate your body clock.
  • Create a conducive sleep environment: Make sure your bedroom is dark, quiet and cool.
  • Avoid screens before bed: the blue light emitted by screens can disrupt melatonin production. Avoid them at least an hour before bed.

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