In the anti-aging book "Bombshell," by Suzanne Somers, Dr.Michael Galitzer, M.D. (Santa Moncia, California) says "Sleeping is a big problem for so many patients. They either can't fall asleep or when they do fall asleep, they wake up in the middle of the night... I find when the sleep goes, ultimately people's health really begins to diminish." For these reasons, we bring you this natural sleep aid supplement
Our natural sleep aid support supplement, called Sleep EZE™ is specially formulated with natural substances and a proprietary herbal blend to promote a restful, relaxed state.
•5-HTP (L-5-Hydroxytryptophan) / 5-HTP works in the brain and central nervous system by increasing the production of the chemical serotonin, which can affect sleep, temperature, appetite, and other functions.
• GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) / GABA is a naturally-occurring chemical known to affect mood. Low levels of GABA are associated with sleeplessness.
• Melatonin / This hormone may help you fall asleep faster and promote a healthy sleep-wake cycle.
• B Vitamins / Niacin may promote relaxation and is derived from tryptophan, an amino acid important for maintaining healthy sleep. Vitamin B6 is important for synthesizing GABA.
• Calcium and Magnesium / Deficiencies of these key minerals have been associated with poor sleep.
• Proprietary Herbal Blend / Passion flower, valerian, lemon balm, chamomile and hops have been traditionally used as a natural aid to support a healthy, restful sleep.
WOW- what a packed natural sleep aid supplement!
Sleep is UNDER-rated and the occasional natural sleep aid supplement support
“Sleep is overrated.” “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” I know I’ve used these phrases many times in my life. Well, the funny thing is, not getting enough sleep could in fact destroy your health. I realize that we all have to forgo a good night’s sleep for a variety of reasons on occasion, whether it’s a work deadline or a family emergency. But making a habit of not getting enough sleep is where the problem arises. Poor sleeping habits puts you at risk for a wide range of health problems, on top of not providing you with the energy you need during the day to stay focused and energized, and creating a more than unfavorable environment for your nutrition and exercise plan.
In this day and age, being a part of a society that is always on the go, many of us have become accustomed to only sleeping 4 or 5 hours a night and waking up to a cup of coffee, followed by sometimes 2 or 3 more cups throughout the day. I’ve been there. I was doing fine until I began to see the effects. My body wasn’t burning off the calories the way it used to. I was becoming moody, making unhealthy choices, and running my body down. Fortunately, the effects that my body was seeing were minimal compared to the many other risks that sleep deprivation can have on one’s health.
I recently read an article on www.huffingtonpost.com outlining the most frightening effects of sleep deprivation. Researchers found that after one week of too little sleep, there were more than 700 genetic changes that could have major consequences on your health. According to the article “Sleep Deprivation Effects: 8 Scary Side Effects of Too Little Shut-Eye,” poor sleep has been linked to an increase in stroke risk, can lead to obesity, could increase your diabetes risk as well as your cancer risk, can contribute to osteoporosis, fuels memory loss, and can produce chemicals and hormones that lead to heart disease. All of these alarming side effects could significantly decrease your lifespan.
What exactly is enough sleep? According to the National Sleep Foundation, the average adult needs 7-9hours of sleep for optimal health. This may be standard for some of us and outlandish for others. Even if we do decide we want to make an attempt of being healthy and sleeping more, a lot of us have a hard time getting good sleep due to an inability to fall asleep or stay asleep.
The National Sleep Foundation has a few suggestions to getting good sleep:
Additionally, not getting good, restful sleep makes it difficult for your body to metabolize carbohydrates and regulate important hormones like Melatonin and Cortisol, a stress hormone that directly affects your appetite. Good sleep is accomplished when your body cycles through all the 5 stages of sleep about 4 to 5 times a night; no tossing and turning and waking up in the middle of the night, just sleeping. What you may also want to add is some of Youngevity’s natural sleep aid supplement, Sleep EZE to your new sleeping strategy. This natural sleep remedy, Sleep EZE includes a proprietary blend of herbs and other natural ingredients to support a healthy, restful sleep, especially for those of us trying to adjust to the new Daylight Savings Time clock! Getting more sleep is vital to living longer, younger! Substances
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We are proud to bring you this natural sleep aid support supplement as part of your anti-aging quest.