Mushrooms For Sleep? (Top 3 Types and Why They Help)

Mushrooms For Sleep? (Top 3 Types and Why They Help)

Mushrooms For Sleep? (Top 3 Types and Why They Help)

Can medicinal mushrooms help you get better sleep? Looking at the research and revealing the top 3 types that might help.

0:00 Intro
0:59 Reishi For Sleep
2:03 Lion’s Mane For Sleep
4:05 Cordyceps For Sleep
6:06 Outro

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The majority of adults around the world have some kind of trouble sleeping. Only 49% feel they get enough sleep, and 80% wish their sleep was better quality. A shockingly low 10% of adults globally say they sleep “extremely well.” (Source: Raconteur)

Science has a lot to say about how these mushrooms may affect your brain, sleep patterns and even circadian rhythm. Which 3 have the most potential?

πŸ„ **Reishi**: Rodent studies show extracts from reishi may help you fall asleep faster, sleep for longer and spend more time in the deepest state of sleep, called non-REM sleep.

🦁 **Lion’s mane**: Not just for focus! This hairy mushroom may be able to increase be brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) precursors, potentially boosting low levels often associated with insomnia.

πŸƒπŸ»β€β™‚οΈ **Cordyceps**: Cordycepin, an adenosine analog, is this mushroom’s secret sleep weapon. Adenosine plays a role in regulating sleep and wakefulness, and cordycepin’s similar structure could allow it to exhibit comparable effects as it interacts with adenosine receptors. It might even help you recover from jet lag faster!


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