Vitafoam assures quality products to enhance customer’s welfare

Vitafoam Nigeria has reiterated its commitment towards the health sector by providing quality innovative products that would enhance the well-being of Nigerians.

The Commercial Director, Sola Owoade, stated this during the commemoration of the 2019 World Sleep Day to sensitize Nigerians on the health benefits of quality sleep as he assures customers of the company’s commitment in producing innovative products that guarantee healthy sleep for them.

According to him, having good quality sleep is a major priority for Vitafoam which necessitated the array of quality products that support quality sleep and rest.

Owoade quoted from Erik St Louis of Mayo Centre for Sleep Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota saying “for most adult, getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep tonight might be the most important thing you can do to improve you are future physical and mental health.

“Children need even more sleep for optimal learning and play. Recent research shows the importance of adequate amounts of sleep for brain health since, during sleep, the brainwashes away toxins that can potentially damage the ageing brain that accumulate during the day while we’re awake. Sleep also keeps the brain working at their best, especially when learning and remembering new things from earlier in the day”, he said

Corroborating Owoade, a consultant on mental health and sleep physician with the Federal Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Yaba, Adeoye Adefemi, urged Nigerians to strive to get adequate sleep daily by ensuring that the duration, continuity and depth of their sleep should be at a minimum of eight hours.

According to him, quality sleep helps restoration of body functioning, boost immunity and helps in the conservation of energy. “Sleep should be deep enough to be restorative. And when you wake up, you should feel well -rested. Quality sleep plays a critical role in learning and memory. It helps to identify what is essential and aid retentive memory. “, said Adefemi

Speaking further, Adefemi noted that one should exercise regu

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