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Sleep Relief 

A breakthrough in sleep technology™

No two people are exactly alike. What makes it hard to sleep for one person may not be the problem for someone else. That’s why Sleep Relief gently and naturally targets the entire sleep cycle to help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake refreshed.

Sleep Relief’s biphasic, time-release tablets release its nutrients in two stages. The quick-release first stage helps you gently fall asleep. The slow-release second stage helps you stay asleep and wake up ready for your day.

 

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Ultimate Guide to Great Sleep

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Ultimate Guide to Great Sleep

Your Checklist for Better Sleep

Nearly everyone experiences difficulty sleeping at some point. There are a lot reasons for poor sleep, including medications, using technology at night, too much stress, poor blood sugar control and poor nutrition. Your busy life demands a good night’s sleep. Use this checklist to improve your sleep.

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The Sleep Relief Difference

*Footnotes
*With bi-phasic technology nutrients are released in two stages. During Stage 1, nutrients are released within 30-60 minutes to help you fall asleep. During Stage 2, nutrients are released over the next 4-5 hours to promote healthy restful sleep all night long.

**Adaptogenic herbs are plants that work with your body to help it adapt to stress. Adaptogens are a natural ally in dealing with stress and fatigue. To qualify as an adaptogen it must have broad uses for health, and it must specifically reduce both mental and physical stress. For centuries cultures around the world have used adaptogenic herbs and modern science has proven their powerful health benefits, including for supporting a healthy sleep cycle.

†Standardized extracts guarantee a uniform quality and consistency across manufacturing batches. They also are what are most commonly used in human clinical trials.

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Sleep Relief Frequently Asked Questions

How to take Sleep Relief
Q: Can I take Sleep Relief if I am taking sleep medications? A: Do not take sleep relief if you are taking medications that cause drowsiness. If you are taking medications or have any medical conditions, check with your healthcare provider before taking Sleep Relief.

Q: How long before I go to bed should I take it? A: For a great night’s sleep, take Sleep Relief 30-45 minutes before bed. Sweet dreams.

Q: How many tablets should I take to help me sleep? A: The recommendation on the Sleep Relief product is for people to take 1-2 tablets. We recommend you start with 1 tablet for a few nights and see how you feel. If you want to try more, then you can take 2 tablets at bedtime. The correct number of tablets will be whatever will help you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake refreshed in the morning.

Q: Will Sleep Relief leave me feeling groggy in the morning? A: Sleep Relief’s non-groggy formula should not create that feeling of sluggishness or fogginess in the morning.

Product formula and manufacturing
Q: Why does Sleep Relief come as a biphasic, time-release tablet? A: Sleep Relief’s delivery system ensures your body is getting the right nutrients during the night to target various physiological influences on sleep.

Q: Why are there adaptogenic herbs in Sleep Relief? A: Adaptogenic herbs such as Ashwaghanda and Jujube help the body react to stress and blunt the response to the stress hormone cortisol. They have calming effects and have been used in traditional cultures around the world to promote healthy sleep.

Q: How much melatonin is in Sleep Relief? A: Sleep Relief contains just 1 mg melatonin per tablet. The body produces only a very small amount of melatonin, and most melatonin products on the market contain more than what is needed for healthy sleep. Additionally, melatonin is eliminated by the body very quickly. That is why Sleep Relief’s bi-phasic, time release tablets are superior, because they provide a slow and steady release of melatonin for your body to use during the night.

Product safety
Q: Is Sleep Relief habit forming? A: No. Sleep Relief’s natural formula provides nutrients to promote healthy sleep.

Q: Is it safe to take Sleep Relief with sleep medications or other sleep aids? A: No. Do not take Sleep Relief if you are taking medications that cause drowsiness.

Your Checklist for Better Sleep

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