Rest Easy

In our modern, hyper-connected world, quality sleep often feels like a luxury rather than a necessity. With the pressures of work, social commitments, and the ever-present glow of screens, achieving a restful night's sleep can seem like an elusive dream. For many, turning to sleep aids may seem like the only option, but concerns about addiction, side-effects and dependency make this a less-than-ideal solution.

For those seeking safe and sustainable sleep aids, natural supplements can offer a gentle approach to supporting healthy sleep patterns. Unlike prescription medications, which can carry the risk of dependence and withdrawal, these supplements work with the body's natural processes to promote relaxation and restful sleep without the fear of addiction.

Our Top Natural Supplements for Better Sleep


Known as nature's relaxation mineral, magnesium plays a crucial role in calming the nervous system. Deficiencies in magnesium have been linked to insomnia and poor sleep quality.


A neurotransmitter with inhibitory effects in the brain, GABA is often used as a sleep support supplement to promote relaxation and aid in achieving restful sleep.

Valerian Root

This herbal remedy has been used for centuries to promote relaxation and relieve insomnia. Valerian root may increase the levels of GABA.


A hormone naturally produced by the body, melatonin regulates the sleep-wake cycle. Supplementing with melatonin can help reset disrupted sleep patterns and promote more restful sleep.


Found in green tea, L-theanine is known for its calming effects on the brain. It can help reduce anxiety and promote relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep.


Another herbal remedy with sedative properties, passionflower has been used traditionally to treat insomnia and anxiety.


A popular bedtime tea, chamomile contains apigenin, an antioxidant that binds to receptors in the brain, promoting sleepiness and reducing insomnia.

5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan)

An amino acid precursor to serotonin, 5-HTP can help regulate mood and promote relaxation, making it easier to fall asleep.


This amino acid has been shown to improve sleep quality and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. Glycine may also help regulate body temperature, promoting deeper sleep.


An adaptogenic herb, ashwagandha helps the body adapt to stress and may improve sleep quality by reducing cortisol levels.


An amino acid with calming properties, taurine is commonly used as a natural sleep supplement to help improve sleep quality and promote relaxation.

Did You Know?

The Wellness Sleep Complex is a synergistic formulation containing GABA, L-theanine and taurine - amino acids that may assist in calming the nervous system - as well as inositol - part of the vitamin B family known to be involved in increasing neurotransmitter release and balancing blood sugar - with supporting magnesium in a chelated form. It may assist the body in modulating the neurotransmitters responsible for calming (sedating) the nervous system, and promoting a calm, restful, and relaxed state.

Incorporating Natural Supplements into Your Routine

When incorporating natural supplements into your sleep routine, it's essential to start with low doses and monitor your body's response. While these supplements are generally safe for most people, individual responses may vary. Additionally, it's essential to address underlying factors contributing to poor sleep, such as stress, poor sleep hygiene, and unhealthy lifestyle habits.

How Can We Help You?

Not sure which natural sleep solution is right for your unique body, lifestyle, and needs?

Chat to a Wellness Warehouse Consultant in store about your options, or scan the QR code to book a complimentary 20-minute online consultation.

“Wellness Warehouse strives to help you live life well but because we are retailers and not medical practitioners we cannot offer medical advice. Please always consult your medical practitioner before taking any supplements, complementary medicines or have any health concerns and ensure that you always read labels, warnings and directions carefully, prior to consumption.”