If You Have Trouble Sleeping AhSleep Can Help
If you are like me, I have trouble going to sleep and staying asleep. I actually just spoke to my doctor about it and she was going to call in a sleep aid. Since I am on so much medicine I hate to add another one, so I am not totally disappointed that it was not done. I received AhSleep in the mail a few days later and was thrilled since they are all natural I do not have to worry.
AhSleep™ was originally developed by Dr. Tracy Sands to help patients in addiction treatment who were suffering from insomnia. It was so successful that it is now, for the first time, being offered to the public. Dr. Sands is an expert in clinical nutrition and holistic health. He discovered that most people with persistent sleep disturbances can be critically low in the hormones and brain neurotransmitters that regulate sleep. His work with natural supplements has resulted in a unique manufacturing process, formula, and combination of ingredients that address the cause of sleep loss, using non-pharmaceutical ingredients.
AhSleep is completely non-addictive and safe to take with almost all prescriptions. It enables your body to restore and balance these depleted naturally occurring chemicals more quickly and effectively than other formulas. I know it works because I have used it every night since I received them. I fall asleep a lot faster than before. I stay asleep and I get the type of sleep I need. In the morning I am refreshed. Before I was having days where I would stay up all night because I just could not go to sleep.
I will be talking to my doctor again on the 22nd and I cannot wait to show her AhSleep and let her know how much it helped me.
While other products may focus on symptom relief, AhSleep addresses the cause, which is depleted brain chemistry — namely the hormone and neurotransmitter system that the brain uses to communicate. These chemicals include Dopamine, Serotonin, GABA, Acetylcholine, Epinephrine and Nor-Epinephrine. Any alteration, deficiency or imbalance of any one of these chemicals will result in a disturbance in the brain’s ability to communicate, thereby affecting behavior.
Insomnia, in all its forms, wreaks havoc on the lives of millions of people every night. Sleep disorders have reached crisis levels, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calling insufficient sleep a public health threat.
This is my husband, sleeps on a dime!
AhSleep can help with the four main categories of hormone-related sleep disorders.
- You can’t fall asleep. You don’t feel sleepy. You’re restless, or have high anxiety. It’s hard to calm your mind from the continual chatter. If you can identify with any of these issues, you may have a melatonin-GABA issue. Inadequate melatonin levels keep you from feeling tired or sleepy enough to fall asleep. Plus, low levels of the brain neurotransmitter GABA will not allow your brain to relax, even when you eventually do feel sleepy. In severe cases, you may also suffer from low levels of the brain neurotransmitter serotonin. I can lay there for hours and not go to sleep, this is so frustrating.
- You can’t stay asleep. You fall asleep, but wake up a couple of hours later unable to return to sleep. This unwelcome pattern repeats itself throughout the night. Significant serotonin deficiency is often to blame for this sleep disturbance, due to excess cortisol production from stress or adrenal gland exhaustion or fatigue which is also caused by mental, emotional or physical stress. Correcting serotonin and dopamine levels can help solve both sleep and adrenal issues over time.
- You only sleep a few hours per night. You’re a night owl. You go to bed at midnight and wake up at 4 or 5am, usually without feeling rested. Continuous sleep isn’t your problem – getting enough of it, is. You can function, but you wish you could just get a few more hours of sleep. If this sounds like your sleep schedule, you may have a melatonin-GABA issue. This can cause a dopamine-serotonin deficiency and adrenal burn out, if not corrected.
- You can’t be still. The tell-tale signs of restless legs syndrome are frequent leg twitching or cramping, both of which cause sleep disturbance. Magnesium, GABA and iron deficiency are usually the cause in this sleep-related disorder. My husband tells me I move like I am riding a bike every night, but lately I have not been doing that.
AhSleep contains melatonin, which is the brain’s primary sleep hormone, along with phenibut, which is a natural derivative of GABA, the brain’s primary calming hormone. The combination of these two ingredients along with a little magnesium and passion-flower (a natural calming herb) helps the brain to relax so that a deeper, sounder sleep is possible.
AhSleep can help you if you have strange work hours, or just trouble sleeping without side effects. These capsules help regulate your sleep not naturally. I really get deep sleep with these, which helps my body repair itself. I have always had trouble with get enough deep sleep and everyone needs it. Instead of waking up more tired than when I went to bed, I wake up feeling ready for the day.
The product may be returned for a 100% refund for any reason.
You should always ask your doctor before starting any new medicine. Since this helped me it may or may not help you.
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