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Magnolia Bark Extract 90% honokiol– The polyphenols in magnolia bark — honokiol and magnolol — have been found to help induce and improve sleep. Therefore, magnolia bark could be used as a remedy for insomnia or simply to promote better sleep overall. A study in mice found a magnolol dose of 2.3–0.9 mg per poundof body weight significantly decreased the amount of time it takes to fall asleep
Passion Flower- Early studies suggest it might help relieve insomnia and anxiety. It appears to boost the level of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in your brain. This compound lowers brain activity, which may help you relax and sleep better
Lemon Balm-Helps with insomnia and other sleep-related issues. One study looked at perimenopausal women who were struggling with disrupted sleep and found a significant difference with reduced levels of sleep disorders amongst the experimental group when compared to the placebo group. Another study looked at people with mild to moderate anxiety and sleep disturbances and found that botanical herbs like lemon balm are a great alternative to prescription sleep aids for people who struggle with anxiety- related insomnia
Hops Extract-Scientific research shows that hops, with its natural sedative effects, can increase sleep time. Hops also helps to lower body temperature—falling core body temperature is one important physiological step toward sleep. Hops has also been shown to reinforce the body’s daily bio rhythms of rest and activity.
Valerian Extract-has received attention for its interaction with gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a chemical messenger that helps regulate nerve impulses in your brain and nervous system. Researchers have shown that low GABA levels related to acute and chronic stress are linked to anxiety and low-quality sleep. Valerian root may improve sleep quality.
L Theanine- Though L-theanine lacks sedative properties, the amino’s anxiolytic effects do seem to significantly improve sleep quality, especially under conditions of heightened, sleep-disruptive anxiety or stress.
Lavender Extract- Researchers monitored their sleep cycles with brain scans and found that lavender increased slow-wave sleep, instrumental for slowing heartbeat and relaxing muscles. Subjects slept more soundly on a lavender night
Melatonin-There’s great amount of evidence suggesting as well as proving the benefits of supplementing with melatonin whether for sleep purposes or overall general health. Best practices when supplementing with melatonin for long-term benefits is to take a microdose of 250 mcg on a daily basis before bedtime. Melatonin is a natural hormone that our body produces and may improve sleep quality.
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