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Sexual Wellness, Sleep and Supplements

This year, our sector is seeing a lot of talk about supplements, sleep, and sexual wellness. If you aren’t already on board, chances are you will soon be from a retail perspective. Many spas have successfully expanded into other areas in this industry in addition to the everyday retail sales products like skincare, tools, soft goods, and the like. We’re actually a gift store that offers spa services, likes to say a friend of mine with a dozen spas and a great front-of-the-house area. Consider that for a moment. Retail can provide a markup of 50 to 200 percent (and more!) while your spa treatments may generate gross earnings of 25 to 45 percent.


Both men and women find interest in and application to the topic of sexual wellness. One aspect of it is the act of enjoying oneself. Additionally, it covers therapy, dietary supplements, apps, technology, information about erectile dysfunction and menstrual health, as well as education about sexual wellness. When sexual wellness is practiced in a deliberate and mindful way, more happiness and a better sense of self are attained.

From the standpoint of a spa, we really need to consider how to approach sexual well-being. Think about adding speakers, equipment, or merchandise to your storefront. Although it should not be done carelessly, integrating sexual wellness to your therapeutic options or retail offerings. Every clientele is different, therefore what is appropriate in one place might or might not be appropriate in another.


Let’s now discuss sleeping. For a successful existence, getting the proper quantity of sleep—which varies for everyone—is essential. Your sleep needs are not being satisfied if you are exhausted all day, require naps, and depend on coffee or caffeine in the afternoon (or all day!). This must change. How many hours of sleep do you therefore require? That depends, I guess. The reality is that everyone needs a different amount of sleep. You must pay attention to what your body tells you it needs.

Circadian rhythms are extremely crucial. Your body’s internal clock regulates your sleep, wakefulness, and napping cycles. Sadly, the majority of us don’t pay attention to it. Sometimes, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, we begin to yawn and mistake it for post-lunch tiredness or a “food coma,” but in reality, your body is warning you something is wrong and that you should start paying attention to your internal body clock.

Fortunately, more restful sleep is a hot topic in our wellness channel, and there are lots of products out there to make it happen. For instance, a better mattress, the appropriate pillows, a white noise machine, appropriate sleepwear, and more could all contribute to a restful night’s sleep. Furthermore, sleep technology is evolving. Weighted blankets, silk pillowcases, chill pads, essential oils, CBD sleep patches, and skincare products are examples of sleep technology innovations. If there isn’t a section on sleep on your treatment or retail menu, you might be sleeping at work.


Last but not least, the word “supplement” is so broad and comprehensive that it seems like there are now supplements for practically every element of our lives. Let’s limit our attention on the wellness sector. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration doesn’t often test or approve supplements for clinical use, but that doesn’t mean they can’t help someone improve their health. Supplements can be taken orally or sublingually and can help with a variety of health issues, including those relating to the skin, nails, and hair. It should be understood that taking supplements will merely “supplement” your health. You must continue to lead a healthy lifestyle, eat sensibly, and get enough rest. Before ingesting any supplements or recommending them to your clients, make sure to speak with a reputable medical specialist.

Keep in mind that some trends may take some time to catch on and may not be appropriate for your location or facility. Others could hit a home run right away. In either case, take your time, go slowly, and start putting these three Ss to the test. You’ll be happy you did it, as will your customers.


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