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  • Margaret Black

    I have disturbed sleep as I need to go to the toilet in the middle of the night. I only drink water during the day and make sure I’ve had my 1.5 – 2 litres before 3pm but I still have to get up in the night. Am I having too much water or should I try and drink it all before 1pm? If I don’t drink enough I sleep through the night but obviously not fully hydrated. It’s a bit of a catch 22? What do you suggest please? Thanks.

    • Hi Margaret,

      Night time urination is surprisingly quite common, especially the older we get. Excessive night time urination, Nocturia, can be caused by a variety of things. This isn’t the forum to be able to go into great detail with you, as there are many questions, Water hydration levels vary with each individual. It may be best to see a Registered Natural Health practitioner for advice, or please feel free to call Kristie our Naturopath Wednesdays to Fridays if you would like further product advice (freephone 0800 148148). Please read our Blog: “Dreaming of a Good Night’s Sleep” for further ideas to help you develop deeper REM sleep patterns. Best wishes, Anya

  • Janine Knezevic

    Tart Cherry is amazing-after my husband passed away suddenly I could not sleep and 3 years after this I got a job in a chemist and got introduced to Tart Cherry-didn’t think it would work as had tried everything else-it was amazing- you need to take it for a period of time to allow it work-especially after years of hardly any sleep-this is magic