Is BioEmblem's Sleep Aid Right For Me?
◆ Do you have a hard time falling asleep?
◆ Are you feeling groggy in the morning?
◆ Do you often wake up during the night?
◆ Are you often moody or easily irritable?
◆ Do you feel stressed & anxious?
Consequences of Long-Term Sleep Deprivation
Is the quality & quantity of your sleep important? Absolutely.
Losing out on as little as 1.5 hours of sleep can reduce your alertness by up to 32%. In fact, drowsy driving accounts for thousands of crashes & fatalities each year!
Increased Mood Swings
Studies show that those who are sleep deprived report increases in negative moods - anger, frustration, irritability, sadness. It can also cause lack of energy, poor decision making, impulsive eating, & increased stress.
When you lack sleep, it affects your ability to think, remember, focus, process information, & learn efficiently.
Why Can't I Sleep?
Lacking the proper levels of minerals can result in poor sleep. For example, magnesium helps regulate your natural sleep cycle & helps you produce melatonin so you feel sleep at night. Poor diet & weak digestion can prevent you from absorbing the minerals you need from the foods you eat.
As we age, our bodies produce less melatonin, a hormone that regulates sleep, which affects our sleep quality. Studies also show that those reported with multiple health conditions are more likely to have poor sleep quality.
Change in Sleep Pattern
Lifestyle changes such as daytime napping, increased sensitivity to light & sound, watching tv or playing on your phone in bed, not getting enough exercise, and drinking more caffeine.
What Are the Benefits of Taking Sleep Aid?
Why BioEmblem's Sleep Aid?
◆ 4 Natural Herbal Extracts
◆ Patented Sunthanine Clinically Proven in Human Trials to Promote Relaxation*
◆ Melatonin & Magnesium Promotes Natural Sleep Cycles
◆ Non-Habit Forming Formula, Made in USA, cGMP Certified
How Much Sleep Do You Need?
According to the National Sleep Foundation, the following is their recommended hours of sleep per age group:
Children (6-13 years):
Teenagers (14-17 years):
Adults (18-64 years):
Older Adults (65+):