HYPNOS™ SLEEP AID
HYPNOS™ SLEEP AID – You grow while you sleep, and if you’re not hitting that deep sleep stage, your GH and testosterone levels will reflect it. That’s why Chaos and Pain have introduced Hypnos, a sleep aid so potent you’ll have to peel the pillow off your face every morning before you head to work.
HYPNOS™ SLEEP AID HIGHLIGHTS
Magnesium (as Magnesium Aspartate) - In addition to playing a vital role in several bodily processes, magnesium is a nutrient. As well as regulating blood pressure and blood sugar, it plays a role in the development of bones and DNA. According to Dr. Umeda, magnesium may affect neurotransmitters that are directly related to sleep. Your brain and body communicate through chemicals called neurotransmitters. It is pertinent to note that magnesium only plays a supporting role in their functions.
Zinc (as Zinc Picolinate) - Zinc is a nutrient that plays many vital roles in your body. Because your body doesn’t naturally produce zinc, you must obtain it through food or supplements. Zinc is a vital mineral that your body uses in countless ways.
There are over 300 enzymes in your body that utilize zinc - enzymes that help in digestion, metabolism, nerve function, as well as a host of other processes. The second-most abundant trace mineral in the body after iron, zinc also contributes to a healthy immune system. The deficiency can result in a weakened immune response since it is necessary for immune cell function and cell signaling.
Supplements that contain zinc also reduce oxidative stress. An analysis of seven studies found that zinc may shorten common cold duration by up to 33% when taken daily at 80-92% of the recommended amount.
Zinc consumption can help reduce the frequency of nighttime awakenings. It also has a calming and antidepressant effect and is an excellent sleep aid. It has also been shown that Zinc enhances the vividness of dreams in addition to regulating sleep.
Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid (GABA) - As a neurotransmitter in your brain, Gamma aminobutyric acid (GABA) works naturally as an amino acid. It functions as a chemical messenger. The inhibitory properties of GABA are due to its ability to block certain brain signals and reduce nervous system activity. The inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA reduces the activity of your nervous system by blocking certain brain signals. By attaching to a protein in your brain called a GABA receptor, GABA produces a calming effect. It can alleviate anxiety and stress.
A calming effect is produced when GABA attaches to the GABA receptor in your brain. It helps reduce feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear. The properties of GABA have also led to its popularity as a supplement in recent years. GABA is not readily available in many foods. GABA is only found in fermented foods.
In 2011, 30 participants in a study in Japan were given either 25 mg or 50 mg of GABA. While doing a problem-solving task, both beverages reduced mental and physical fatigue. The higher doses were seen as more effective in the study. Another study found that participants performing a problem-solving task felt less stressed after eating chocolate containing 28 mg of GABA. One study found that taking capsules containing 100 mg of GABA reduced measures of stress in people completing an experimental mental task.
L-Theanine - Study from 2018 found that people reported having greater sleep satisfaction after taking 450–900 mg of L-theanine daily for 8 weeks. The study participants had generalized anxiety disorder and were taking antidepressants.
Sleep may be made easier with L-theanine. Research has shown that L-theanine can help people relax before bedtime, fall asleep more easily, and sleep deeper. Sleep may be improved by the effects of amino acids on specific brain chemicals. Researchers from 2018 found that taking over 400mg of L-theanine daily for 8 weeks resulted in greater sleep satisfaction.
In stressful situations, L-theanine may reduce blood pressure. Researchers found that L-theanine helped reduce blood pressure increases in people who usually experience them after mental tasks. L-theanine has been shown to be beneficial for a good night's sleep, possibly because it promotes relaxation. In a human study, 250 mg and 400 mg of L-theanine greatly improved sleep among its participants.
Valerian Root Extract (valeriana officinalis) - Among the most commonly reported side effects of valerian root is vivid dreams. Valerian contains compounds called iridoid glycosides, which may cause vivid dreams. Compounds such as these stimulate the opioid receptors and serotonin production in your brain, producing relaxing and antidepressant effects. A study observed the side effects of valerian and another herb, kava, taken for insomnia. In the test 16% experienced vivid dreams during the valerian treatment.
L-Tryptophan - From tryptophan, serotonin is converted into another critical molecule - melatonin. There is evidence that increasing tryptophan in the blood directly increases both serotonin and melatonin. The body's circadian rhythm is controlled by melatonin. Numerous other functions are affected by this cycle, including nutrient metabolism and immune function.
Tryptophan can be converted into 5-HTP, which is converted into serotonin in the body. Many of the effects of high or low tryptophan levels relate to its effects on serotonin or 5-HTP, according to numerous experiments. Thus, increasing its levels can increase serotonin and 5-HTP levels. The brain is affected by serotonin and 5-HTP in many ways, and interference with these actions may impact depression and anxiety.
Hops Flower Extract (Humulus Lupulus) - Hops also increases GABA levels in the brain. According to research, hops may also cause sedation by lowering body temperature. During sleep, the body's temperature decreases, which causes drowsiness.
Researchers have found that hops increase sleep time due to its sedative properties. In addition, hops help to lower body temperature - falling body temperature is a critical physiological step toward sleep. Hops has also been shown to reinforce the body's daily rhythms of rest and activity. Hops appears to work best for sleep when combined with valerian.
Valerian and hops both have been shown to alleviate anxiety and restlessness in scientific studies. According to research, valerian is effective in reducing stress, lowering blood pressure and heart rate. Hops has also been shown to reduce anxiety and stress.
Mucuna Pruriens Extract (98% L-Dopa) - Levodopa, or L-Dopa, is an essential amino acid in the human body. It has many functions related to the brain, including mood, motivation, memory, and sleep regulation. A legume such as velvet bean (Mucuna pruriens) has a high level of L-dopa. Traditionally, velvet beans have been used in Ayurvedic medicine in India, Africa and China. Mucuna pruriens seed powder preparations have been shown to boost dopamine levels in humans. Often, mucuna extracts are used in sleep supplements with other sleep-promoting substances, such as magnesium, GABA, and 5-HTP.
The combination of Mucuna pruriens with another tropical herb (Chlorophytum borivilianum) improved sleep quality by 50% after about 4 weeks in a study of 18 people.
Passion Flower (Passiflora Incarnata) - Passionflowers, Passiflora incarnata (P. incarnata), have been used since the 16th century for medicinal purposes.
Several studies suggest passionflower supplements may help treat anxiety, insomnia, and certain forms of pain by increasing levels of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA), a mental mood-regulating chemical. It is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that counters neurotransmitters that cause excitement, and so it may be calming.
It is pretty well documented that Passionflower supports a reduction to anxiety symptoms. Studies show that passionflower has anxiety-calming (anxiolytic) properties. Scientists found that P. incarnata had similar effects to antianxiety medication in mice in one clinical trial. The drug also had sedative effects in two other clinical trials in animal models. 
Melatonin - Melatonin appears to decrease sleep latency, this being the time it takes you to fall asleep while increasing total sleep time. Compared with placebo, taking melatonin before bed decreased sleep latency by almost 3 minutes and increased total sleep time by about 30 minutes. According to a study of 23 studies in patients with disease-related sleep disorders, melatonin significantly reduced sleep disturbances and sleep latency while enhancing sleep duration and quality.
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Hypnos Sleep Aid - DIRECTIONS
- Use 1-2 scoops in 8 ounces of water, 30-60 minutes prior to desired sleep. Shake well.
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