Science has demonstrated that good quality sleep is an essential element that allows your body and mind to self-repair and re-energize. Good rest can help to prevent excess weight gain, heart disease, and depression impaired mental health while sharpening your cognition and productivity.
However, sleep has become an endemic dysfunction in our modern world, with insomnia affecting as many as 60% of people at some point in their lives.
Sleep X contains premium herbal ingredients and non-addictive scientific compounds to aid muscle relaxation, relieve nervous tension, and generate restful sleep. These expertly formulated ingredients have been proven by clinical studies to reduce insomnia without causing dependence.
Each Tablet contains
Valerian 400 mg
Polygala Tenuifolia 30 mg
Hypericum Perforatum 300 mg
Magnesium 200 mg
Zinc 12 mg
No artificial colours or preservatives
Dosage: Take 1 tablet a day, 30 minutes – 1 hour before sleep.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.
Store below 25°C
A systematic review of 16 clinical studies of 1093 patients demonstrated the significant benefits of valerian in improving sleep quality in adults who experience insomnia (Bent et al Am J Med 2006). These clinical trials also demonstrated that valerian has no withdrawal effects or hangover effects the following morning.
Zinc plays an important role in essential brain functions such as memory and sleep by regulating glutamatergic transmission and other types of neurotransmissions. Scientific experiments and clinical studies have established that orally administered zinc increases the quantity and quality of sleep (Cherass & Urade Int J Mol Sci 2017).
Magnesium is well known to assist in reducing insomnia by increasing muscle relaxation and inducing a calming effect which leads to sleeping well. Many clinical trials on Magnesium have reached similar conclusions, demonstrating Magnesium supplements can improve sleep quality and reduce insomnia (Abbasi et al J Res Med Sci 2012).