Insomnia? Here's Why You Might Want To Try inergySLEEP.

September 13, 2019

You’re tired. Yet, no matter-how long you lay in bed, how comfortable you get, how many times you count backwards from 100, you simply can’t fall asleep. 

You become physically bored of trying to fall asleep, and when you do- you wake up the next morning, exhausted. The entire day is spent drinking cups &  cups of coffee to stay awake; convincing yourself that tonight you’ll definitely fall asleep- but the cycle repeats itself.   

That’s insomnia for you.

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Recently,  the office of Women’s Health found that- 
1 in 4 women have some insomnia problems and it’s more common in women, especially older women (facing menopause) than in men.

 

So, why do more women than men suffer from insomnia? 

It’s because of “unique” hormonal changes causing: 

  1. PMDD (Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder) in perimenopausal women.
    Women have problem sleeping around the days leading up to their menstrual cycle.

  2. Hot Flashes & Night Sweats in perimenopausal and menopausal women.
    As it gets uncomfortable to sleep with change in body temperature.

  3. Depression & Anxiety
    Women who face depression and anxiety tend to have higher risk with insomnia. 

 

However, even with hormonal turbulence there are natural ways available to alleviate insomnia. 

How? 

First, let’s start by understanding how our body prepares for “sleep” and what minerals, hormones and enzymes assist this action. 


The Circadian Rhythm

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Our body has its natural 24 hour internal clock. 

This rhythm is important in determining the sleeping and feeding patterns. Additionally, it determines all physiological aspects of our body like- clear patterns of brain wave activity, hormone production, cell regeneration and other biological activities linked to the daily cycle of feeding & sleeping.


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Adenosine

Adenosine is an important chemical known as nucleoside that exists naturally in cells- it is responsible for energy transfer. These are chemical messengers or neurotransmitters to the brain that help with “initiation of sleep”. 

GABA (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid)

These are amino acids produced naturally in our brain. They work as neurotransmitters, facilitating communication amongst brain cells. GABA activities in the brain- induces relaxation, reduces stress and alleviates pain. This provides a calm & balanced mood in addition to boosting sleep.

Therefore, many doctors recommend GABA supplements to women who are already on HRT to reduce menopausal insomnia: 
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Melatonin

These are hormones produced by the pineal gland in the brain. It is commonly known as the “sleep hormone”- as high levels can help us fall asleep. It sends signals to our brain letting it know it’s nighttime, so we can relax and fall asleep easier. 

Cortisol

Cortisol are commonly known as “stress hormone” which are released by the adrenal glands. These are important for helping our bodies deal with stressful situations. However, high level of cortisol causes weight gain, disrupt sleep, reduced energy levels and has a negative impact on our mood.


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Vitamins D & E

  • Vitamin D: Deficiency or abundance of Vitamin D causes sleep issues. 
  • Vitamin E: This helps maintain healthy cell function, offers protection for the health & function of brain- which regulates the hormones and receptors that induce ‘sleep’

Minerals- Magnesium & Iron

  • Iron: this is vital for our bodies to function properly. Iron deficiency causes an increase in anxiety, insomnia and restless leg syndrome which affects a restful sleep. 
  • Magnesium: Deficiency of Magnesium increases anxiety, increases the time it takes to fall asleep and it decreases sleep efficiency & total sleep time.

This is why, many sleep experts suggest to add Magnesium & Iron supplements to your daily diet to reduce menopausal insomnia: 

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REM & Wave Sleep

These cycles and waves affect the state of deep and restorative. This is achieved by relaxed muscles, increased supply of blood to our muscles, growth of tissues and repairment of our body overnight. 

Caffeine 

This is an external stimulant that promotes alertness and is consumed by billions all over the world. Caffeine takes 30 to 60 minutes to be effective and takes 3 to 5 hours to reach its half life- amount of time it takes our body to eliminate half of our caffeine intake. Therefore, the caffeine remains in our body acts as an adenosine receptor antagonist- blocking the adenosine receptors to keep us from falling asleep.

Caffeine has been a daily ritual for most ladies, and it can get hard to quit it completely. Therefore, there is a natural method to neutralise sleep disrupting effects of caffeine with inergySLEEP- our flagship natural sleep supplement product. 
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So, now that we have fully understood how our body prepared for “sleep”. 

Is there a natural way to alleviate insomnia?

YES! With inergySLEEP, now you can.

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It has a powerful formula that contains13 different herbs, minerals and amino acids which target a wide range of biochemical pathways and work together in synergy to enable restful and regenerative sleep.

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Read the science behind how these natural ingredients help with your Insomnia worries.

*We have discovered the effects of GABA, Melatonin, Iron & Magnesium above in the aid of sleep. 

Valerian Root

  • This herb has been used to provide feelings of tranquility since 300 AD. It has been known as nature’s Valium.
  • This assists in inhibiting the breakdown of GABA- reducing the time it takes to fall asleep. 
  • Valerenic acid and Isovaleric acid found in Valerian root reduces anxiety and promotes better sleep. 
  • Additionally, it consists of antioxidants- hesperidin & linarin which help to enhance sleep and works like a sedative. 

Chamomile

  • These have been used in the form of tea by millions before bedtime to help relax the body in time for sleep. 
  • It contains high levels of apigenin & bioflavonoid that has potent anti-anxiety and calming effect. 

Dong Quai (angelica sinensis)

  • It has been a cornerstone of traditional chinese medicine when it comes to improving women’s health. 
  • These have properties to alleviate sleep disturbances and fatigue. 
  • Additionally, studies have shown it to reduce hot flashes & night sweats in menopausal women within 12 weeks.

Holy Basil

  • This has been a cornerstone of Ayurvedic medicine and is known as the “Queen of Herbs”
  • It has adaptogenic properties- that supports the body’s ability to accommodate varying physical & emotional stress. 
  • This helps to inhibit the release of cortisol, allowing us to enter a state of calmness and restful sleep. 

Hops

  • These are commonly found in beer and other beverages which gives a ‘bitter’ flavour. 
  • This plant has potent anxiolytic effect which inhibits anxiety and calms us down by enhancing levels of GABA in the brain.
  • Studies have shown Hops reducing the time it takes to fall asleep by binding to adenosine receptors- to reduce wakefulness and induce feelings of sleepiness. 

Lemon Balm

  • It is a popular herb used both in cooking and herbal medicine. 
  • It contains Eugenol which reduces anxiety and induces a state of calmness. 
  • Study has shown a reduction of insomnia by 42% in menopausal women.

Passion Flower

  • This plan is commonly used in Central and South America to reduce anxiety and improve sleep. 
  • It retains properties which reduce the feeling of wakefulness and significantly increases the amount of time you spend in slow wave sleep. 
  • This allows the body to regenerate and rebuild itself effectively.

Black Cohosh

  • These traditionally used by Native Americans to enhance women’ health and improve sleep. 
  • Studies have shown a significant increase in sleep efficiency and reduction in the time it takes to fall asleep- without sleep disturbances and waking up in the middle of the night. 

L-Theanine

  • These elements are popularly found in green tea and is known to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality. 
  • Studies have stated its anti-caffeine effects, reducing the effect of caffeine in our brain.

 

Therefore, these 13 natural ingredients available in inergySLEEP provides a natural way to alleviate insomnia. 

Just to recap: here are 7 ways inergySLEEP helps alleviate insomnia:

  1. Resetting our circadian rhythm.
  2. Targeting adenosine receptors to induce natural sleep.
  3. Increasing GABA in the brain, putting us into a relaxed and calm state.
  4. Decreasing cortisol levels reducing our stress level.
  5. Increasing REM & slow wave sleep- which improves the quality of sleep.
  6. Covering common mineral and vitamin deficiencies that interfere with proper sleep.
  7. Neutralizing the sleep-disrupting effects of caffeine.

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So...

inergySLEEP  has helped many women combat their menopausal insomnia with it’s unique selection of natural ingredients.

There are many sleep promoting supplements out there. However, inergySLEEP is specially engineered keeping the female body in mind- especially women who are going through menopause.

 

Here is how inergySLEEP has helped some women:

inergySLEEP customer review testimonial

inergySLEEP customer review testimonial

It has helped many ordinary women like yourself- why not give yourself a fair chance?

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Get your very own inergySLEEP today! 



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