Why you might want to look at that cup of water by your bed
Depending on a person’s age, health status, and physical or sexual activity, the best time to stop drinking water will vary. In general, urologist Vannita Simma-Chiang, MD, recommends taking your last sip three to four hours before bedtime. (At least that’s what she does as part of her own wellness routine.)
And if you really want to ensure deep, uninterrupted rest, may we suggest taking that last sip of water with MBG Sleep Support+?* The formula contains a science-backed trio of ingredients: Magnesium Bisglycinate (a highly absorbable form of magnesium) to support a steady state relaxation, zyzypus to promote relaxation and PharmaGABA® to improve your natural sleep quality.* Even better? It’s melatonin-free, so you won’t wake up feeling nauseous the next day.*
While the exact timing of taking magnesium will vary, we recommend taking Sleep Support+ about one to two hours before bedtime.* And if you’re worried that it’s a couple of hours after Simm-Chiang’s recommendations for when to stop drinking water, don’t worry. , we don’t think those extra few sips will make much of an impact.