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Restorol, Herbal Sleep Aid

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Herbal Supplement for Bedtime Use


Many people find that falling asleep at night is a difficult task. Others have trouble staying asleep all night long, which makes them feel groggy and lethargic. Poor sleepers search for many different forms of help in order to reduce the problems they have falling asleep, staying asleep, and getting enough quality rest to be able to function properly each day. Sometimes, herbal sleep supplements like Restorol are incorporated into a robust sleep hygiene regimen.

Restorol, Herbal Sleep Aid

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Fall Asleep And Stay Asleep Naturally With Restorol.

Achieving quality sleep at night is a problem for lots of people all around the world. Some people can't sleep well because they work odd hours, while others spend too much time indoors around artificial light sources. Furthermore, stress and certain medical conditions often interfere with quality rest. The longer a person goes without getting a good night's sleep, the more of a negative impact it will have on their health.

Restorol is an herbal supplement designed to be taken in the late evening before bed. It contains gentle natural ingredients. People who have incorporated Restorol into their supplement regimen report general overall satisfaction with their experience.

How to Use Restorol

Using Restorol is simple. Simply swallow a single dose (1 tablet) about half an hour before you plan to go to bed. Take with water, but try not to drink too much right before bedtime, especially if nocturnal enuresis or urinary frequency are troublesome issues for you.

Restorol Ingredients

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone produced by the human body. Its primary function is to promote drowsiness in the body. It reaches its highest levels in the evening hours, after the sun goes down and little ambient light is present. Too much exposure to blue electronic light can interfere with the body's ability to produce melatonin, leading to nightly restlessness and poor quality sleep.

L-Theanine

L-theanine is an amino acid loosely related to other glutamic amino acid structures. In the presence of l-theanine, less GABA is absorbed by your body. This helps GABA levels stay relatively high, which may have the potential to reduce stress and excitability.

5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan)

5-HTP is an amino acid that doubles as a chemical precursor. Specifically, it is broken down by the body and used to make both melatonin and tryptophan. Many people complain of feeling sudden onset lethargy immediately following a large, protein-heavy meal; scientists theorize that the tryptophan in the protein may play a role in this post-meal drowsiness.

Lemon Balm Extract 4:1

L-theanine is an amino acid loosely related to other glutamic amino acid structures. In the presence of l-theanine, less GABA is absorbed by your body. This helps GABA levels stay relatively high, which may have the potential to reduce stress and excitability.

Chamomile extract (1% apigenin)

Chamomile is a pleasant-smelling plant with pretty, white flowers. It has been a popular ingredient (and sometimes the only ingredient) in herbal tea for many years. Most prefer to drink it in the evening hours when they can't have other forms of tea due to their high caffeine content.

Hops

Hops are the seed cones of the Humulus lupulus plant. They are most well known as a main ingredient for brewing beer. The plant has antibacterial properties which prevent unhealthy microorganisms from contaminating the batches. The earliest documented report of people using hops dates back over three hundred years. Herbalists have also been known to incorporate hops into their wellness treatments for various reasons. The sleep-stimulating effects of hops are thought to be a result of the chemical component dimethylvinyl carbinol. A common folk remedy for sleeplessness is filling a pillow with hops.

Passion Flower Powder

Passion flower is another example of an aesthetically pleasing plant which can also be used to make an enjoyable herbal tea. Similarly to chamomile, people often prefer to drink it in the evenings with the hope of calming the mind and promoting relaxation.

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