Experts deep dive into mental health, sleep claims

SEPTEMBER 20, 2021

Experts deep dive into mental health, sleep claims—webinar now available on demand


Mental health and sleep supplement products can benefit consumers as they seek wellness support during these challenging times.

By the numbers: Passing the $1 billion mark, mood and mental health supplement sales grew by 29.4% in 2020 and  sleep supplements by 36.6%, with continued growth expected, according to data from Nutrition Business Journal.

Yes, but: Marketers must be mindful of FDA and FTC regulations when making claims. In February, FDA issued 10 warning letters to companies selling dietary supplements claiming to treat or prevent depression and other mental health disorders.

“When developing marketing plans and products, it’s not only about what will sell or what consumers are interested in, we have to ensure we have the regulatory and legal sides taken care of and so substantiation, clinical trials and ensuring you have appropriate structure-function claims is crucial,” advises CRN Vice President and Associate General Counsel Megan Olsen.

Regulatory resources to help marketers steer clear of disease claims include:

Go deeper: Access CRN’s webinar, “The New Frontier for Claims: The Disease-ification of Anxiety, Mood & Sleep,” now available on demand.

Deadline extended! Last chance for exclusive CRN rates at Ritz-Carlton

CRN has negotiated an extension on its special room rates at the Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel—exclusively for attendees of Science in Session and Now, New, Next.

Registrants now have until Sept. 30 to book accommodations at CRN’s events host hotel. 

Bring four or more attendees from your company for best pricing:

  • Save $100 off registrations to Science in Session or Science in Session with Day 1 of Now, New, Next

  • Save $200 off registrations to Now, New, Next or the complete package of Science in Session with Now, New, Next

Don’t miss these keynote speakers:

  • Suneel Gupta, bestselling author of “Backable: The Surprising Truth Behind Breakthrough Ideas”

  • Ginny Clarke, former Google executive, and expert on solving lack of diversity in organizations

Details: Learn more about these sessions, as well as health and safety at CRN's eventsregistration rates, and booking your accommodations.