SLEEP AID PRO
SLEEP AID PRO is a formula based on melatonin and passionflower, two ingredients directly concerning to sleep and to rest.
The hormone melatonin plays a lot of important roles in health, from helping to sleep better to strengthening the immune system, which slows brain aging, reduces migraine attacks, protects bone mass and prevents the proliferation of cancer cells.
A deficient sun exposure during the day, combined with artificial lighting until late at night, disrupts our biological clock and therefore the production of melatonin. This interruption can cause adverse effects on health.
Passionflower has calming effects, induces to sleep and relieves muscle spasms, so this helps to have a night break without interruptions.
Benefits of SLEEP AID PRO
- Promotes a healthy sleep.
- Helps to prevent migraines.
- Helps in the fight against cancer cells.
- A neuroprotective effect that helps to prevent diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and strokes.
- It has great antioxidant properties that help in the fight against the feared free radicals and strengthening the immune system.
- Helps to regulate the menstrual cycle.
- Stimulates the production of growth hormone.
Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, take 1 capsule a day before bed or as recommended by the physician.
Ingredients per capsule: Melatonin 1 mg, Passionflower (4% flavonoids), Bulking agents (maltodextrin, calcium carbonate), Coating agent (gelatin), Anti-caking agents (magnesium stearate, magnesium dioxide).
Products reviewed here are food supplements or as established by European Directive 2002/46/EC on food supplements and all can be legally sold in all countries of the European Community, under Articles 28, 29 and 30 of the treaty the European Community and by Articles 1 to 4 of the European Parliament Decision 3052/95/EC number. Dietary supplements are not trying to replace a balanced and varied diet, are presented only in order to supplement the intake of nutrients of a normal diet. Neither treat, prevent, diagnose or cure any disease, acts attributable to drugs, as defined by European Directive 2004/27/EC of 31 March, the Council and European Parliament on medicinal products.