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Have trouble sleeping?
It's all in your head.

Sleep is a neurochemical phenomenon.

It’s the complex set of interactions between all of the neurochemicals in your brain that determines whether or not you can get a good night’s sleep.

We believe that we can only help you get a better night’s sleep by addressing the neurochemistry behind your problem.

Which one of these different problems sounds like you?

This sounds like your excitatory neurotransmitter levels may be
 too high when you go to bed.

During the day, neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine and cortisol keep your brain in a state of high alert and upregulate activity in the ‘wake’ regions of your brain.

Normally, these excitatory neurotransmitters naturally decline as the day goes on, so you’re ready to fall asleeep by the end of the day.

But, high stress, intense physical activity and substances like caffeine can continue to promote these excitatory neurotransmitters and prevent you from falling asleep easily.

Reducing those excitatory neurotransmitters will help you get a better night’s sleep.


INGREDIENTS TO

PROMOTE RELAXATION


L-CYSTINE

is a key ingredient to an enzyme known as PNMT, which breaks down norepinephrine and helps your nervous system come down from an excited state and relax naturally.

CALIFORNIA POPPY

has been traditionally used to promote relaxation by inhibiting adrealine synthesis and offering a mild sedative influence on the central nervous system.

MAGNOLIA BARK

contains honokiol, which helps modulate GABA, a neurochemical in the brain that helps inhibit excitatory neurotransmitters and promote a calming response in the brain.

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This sounds like your circadian rhythm may be off.

Your circadian rhythm is a neurochemical mechanism that coordinates your sleep-wake cycles over a 24-hour period.

Neurochemicals like GABA, serotonin, melatonin, glutamate and dopamine help modulate your circadian rhythm along with the Suprachiasmatic nucleus in your brain.

Blue-light exposure and inconsistent sleep-wake patterns can disrupt your circadian rhythm by affecting when these neurochemicals are released by the body.

Targeting these neurotransmitters is key to getting your circadian rhythm back on track.


INGREDIENTS TO
 BALANCE
YOUR CIRCADIAN RHYTHM


NANO-GABA

Our proprietary nano-GABA passes through the blood brain barrier and activates the pre-optic area of your brain that is responsible for sleep.

MICRO-MELATONIN

A micro-dose (0.05mg) of melatonin helps activate the receptors in your brain that control your circadian rhythm without the grogginess.

MAGNOLIA BARK

contains honokiol, which stimulates the sleep-promoting part of the brain and increases the activity of GABA in the brain. This shortens the time it takes to fall asleep.

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This sounds like you may not be getting the full sleep cycles you need for optimal sleep quality.


INGREDIENTS TO
 HELP
YOU STAY ASLEEP


5-HTP

is a precursor to serotonin. Serotonin has been shown to reduce intermittent awakenings during the night and enhance sleep quality.

L-THEANINE

is an ingredient found in green tea that has been shown in studies to increase sleep percentage and reduce nocturnal motor activity.

GLYCINE

is an amino acid that has been shown in studies to reduce the amount of time it takes to fall asleep and increase sleep quality.

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Start with our 7-day email course to learn the science behind improving your sleep.

This sounds like a common problem we see with taking too much melatonin.

Most sleep supplements on the market contain enormous doses of melatonin –
 1mg, 5mg, even up to 10mg.

This is way too much melatonin for most bodies, and will also disrupt your ciradian rhythm and leave you groggy in the morning.

Melatonin is actually naturally produced by our bodies from serotonin when our brains detect it is dark. Supporting serotonin and making sure we avoid blue light helps your body produce melatonin naturally.

Lastly, melatonin is only one small part of the complex neurochemistry behind sleep. We believe in looking at the whole picture to get you get a better night’s sleep.


INGREDIENTS TO
 COUNTER
MORNING GROGGINESS


MICRO-MELATONIN

A micro-dose (0.05mg) of melatonin helps activate the receptors in your brain that control your circadian rhythm without the grogginess.

5-HTP

is a precursor to serotonin, which is needed to produce melatonin. As such, this ingredient encourages the production of melatonin naturally.

Solve your sleep problems with the Power OFF Sleep System.

Start with our 7-day email course to learn the science behind improving your sleep.

Solve your sleep problems with the Power OFF Sleep System.

Start with our 7-day email course to learn the science behind improving your sleep.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.