If you're struggling to sleep at night, you aren't alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), approximately 70 million American adults suffer from chronic sleep problems. A big part of the problem is that we are all exposed to too much stress in our daily lives, which makes it hard to wind down when bedtime rolls around.
For over 3,000 years, countries like China, India and Japan have been using this adaptogen in traditional medicine to support immune cell health, improve memory and cognitive function, reduce stress levels and balance hormones. Its other health benefits include reversing signs of aging, supporting joint health and even reducing muscle soreness after strenuous exercise (...just to name a few). So, let's talk a little more about the modern benefits and uses of Ashwagandha.