Your bedroom temperature is a factor in determining the quality of your sleep

Sleep in a Cooler Bedroom

Sleep deprivation is an overly common phenomenon, especially among seniors…

You turn and toss without getting a wink…and you can’t really put a finger on it!

Your doctor tells you it’s a normal part of aging, and as usual, prescribes more sleep pills for you…notwithstanding your feedback that they aren’t helping you one single bit!

And the frustrations continue to deepen even further!

But come to think of it…

Did you know that your bedroom temperature plays a role in determining your sleep quality?

According to the National Sleep Foundation, the optimal temperature for sleep is between 65-67 degrees Fahrenheit (F).

The body naturally decreases temperature to initiate sleep, and sleeping in a room that’s set at a cooler temperature can help facilitate the process.

And interestingly, research suggests that some instances of insomnia may be related to poor body temperature regulation.

Besides optimizing sleep, new research also shows that sleeping in a cooler bedroom may have a positive impact on your metabolism and metabolic health.

In a recent study published in the journal Diabetes, a group of researchers affiliated with the National Institutes of Health assessed the effects of varying bedroom temperatures on brown adipose tissue (BAT), metabolic rate, and insulin sensitivity in a group of healthy young men.

And for your information, BAT is a very distinct type of fat and radically different than unwanted body fat i.e. white adipose tissue (WAT).

The function of BAT is to burn calories and convert them into heat in order to keep your body warm when exposed to cold temperatures.

However, BAT levels seem to decline as you age and appear to be lower in individuals with higher levels of WAT.

As such, activating BAT and tapping into its ability to increase thermogenesis (burning) and melt down WAT, is a novel, cutting-edge angle of the anti-obesity equation.

During the first month of the crossover study, participants slept in a temperature-controlled research facility set at 75 degrees F.

During the second month, the temperature was set at 66 degrees F

And during the third and fourth months, the room temperatures were set at 75 and 81 degrees F, respectively.

The results of the study were simply jaw dropping…

During the second month when the young men slept in the moderately cooler room i.e. 66 degrees F, they experienced significant increases in BAT amount and activity.

In fact, their amount of brown fat nearly doubled.

Not only that…

Sleeping in the colder room led to significantly higher metabolic rate, improved insulin sensitivity, and beneficial changes in the hormones leptin and adiponectin.

According to the study’s senior author Francesco S. Coli, “These were all healthy young men to begin with, but just by sleeping in a cooler room, they gained metabolic advantages that could add up over time“.

It can, therefore, be safely concluded that…

By lowering the bedroom temperature to 65-67 degrees F, you may not only sleep better, but also effortlessly tweak your metabolism for the better!

So, what’s your bedroom’s temperature?

Be sure to regulate it appropriately for a blissful sleep and overall good health.

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Alcohol

Covid-19 Lockdowns and Alcoholism

Nobody saw it coming…

Life was going on as usual…

But all of a sudden, the declaration came…

There was a deadly pandemic in our midst…

Then containment measures followed…

With everything going remote–work, studies, and so on.

We found ourselves confined in lock-downs…

And then the inevitable–boredom, stress, anxiety, idleness

And the first natural reaction is to fix them with the most handy tool at your disposal!

And you started small….and then went on the loose–on a slippery slide…

Happening to life with reckless abandon, or is it life happening to you?

People imbibed…and seriously so!

No doubt…

Alcohol consumption shot through the roof in 2020, and it’s pretty easy to see why.

The pandemic kept us all at home–kids and spouse all at home trying to work and study!

And hey…

Not too difficult to walk a few feet over to the fridge and pull out a can of beer over lunch, or pour yourself a glass or two of wine!

No worries about drunk driving because you’re not driving anyway…

And it’s a whole lot cheaper than ordering drinks in a restaurant…

And no one is immune–it happens to the most disciplined of us…

That slow and steady slippery slide…

And before you know it, the “happy hour” beckons early and continues as long as you want it to.

According to a recent study published in JAMA Network Open, more people than ever used alcohol to cope with career, social, health, and financial uncertainty…

Not to mention stress.

The researchers found that alcohol consumption among adults increased 14% from 2019 to 2020

And women, in particular, exhibited a whopping 41% increase in heavy drinking (4 or more drinks in a 2-hour period) in 2020 over 2019!

And excessive alcohol consumption can take a heavy toll on your health, including liver damage, heart health problems, and cognitive impairment, among other woes.

Even moderate consumption can wreak havoc on hormones, leading to increased estrogen in both men and women.

In men, alcohol will cause testosterone to convert to estrogen, leading to low libido, Erectile Dysfunction, weight gain, man boobs, etc.

In women, alcohol will cause a rise in estrogen, leading to an oversupply of the same–a condition called estrogen dominance…

And this comes with its own share of health problems, including:

  • Heavy periods
  • Weight gain
  • Endometriosis-uterine tissue growing outside of your uterus
  • Depression/anxiety/irritability
  • Low libido
  • Increased risk of breast and endometrial cancer

Excess estrogen also interferes with thyroid function and can slow the thyroid, triggering hypothyroid symptoms.

And for women who are on Hormone Replacement Therapy, alcohol can raise the amount of estrogen in the body up to 300%, while decreasing progesterone-the female sex hormone produced in the ovaries to help regulate your menstrual cycle and maintain your pregnancy.

If you find your Hormone Replacement Therapy not working, or gaining weight, it may have everything to do with alcohol intake.

Not only that…

If you’re dealing with menopausal symptoms, alcohol will worsen your hot flashes and night sweats.

Even worse, alcohol consumption has been shown to increase cortisol production in the body.

Cortisol is the hormone released by the adrenals when you’re stressed–no wonder, it’s called the stress hormone!

Excess cortisol brings along a range of unpleasant side effects, including:

  • Insomnia
  • Stress
  • Food cravings/weight gain
  • Anxiety and depression
  • High blood pressure
  • Poor focus, and…
  • Increase in blood sugar, and insulin resistance

And the negatives are many…

Alcohol also interferes with thyroid function as mentioned earlier, causing a rise in T3, T4, and production of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) . This creates low thyroid reaction (hypo) to alcohol.

Hypothyroid symptoms include:

  • Weight gain and bloating
  • Extreme fatigue
  • Depression
  • Hair loss
  • Impaired thinking, and…
  • Declining libido

And the rampage doesn’t seem to end…

Because alcohol negatively affects melatonin–the sleep hormone, and growth hormone, too.

Alcohol inhibits the release of melatonin…

And because the growth hormone is released during sleep, excessive alcohol consumption inhibits the release of the same.

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is important for cell regeneration and cell reproduction. It helps to maintain, build, and repair healthy tissue in the brain and other organs.

This hormone can help speed up healing after an injury, and repair muscle tissue after exercise…

Further, it helps build muscle mass, boost metabolism, and burn fat.

It’s also said to benefit the quality of your skin, thereby slowing down the aging process.

Imbibing not only makes you hungrier, but also makes you lose control of what you choose to eat

And before you know it, you’re indulging junk foods–obviously not a great way to observe a healthy diet.

Alcohol adds to depression and anxiety, besides messing up your gut microbiome, which affects everything, including your immune system.

Worse still, drinking makes your skin look pale and sallow

Not to mention the dehydration effect, which deprives your body of vital nutrients–especially vitamins B-1 (thiamin), B-3 (niacin), and folate, as well as zinc and magnesium minerals.

With all the foregoing said, alcohol is not bad in its entirety, provided it’s indulged in moderation–a feat not so easy to achieve!

First, don’t reach out for the wine when the urge comes calling, or as soon as you’re done with work.

Postpone or suppress that urge by doing other equally health-beneficial things…

Like going for a short walk to relax, doing some yoga, playing with the kids, stretching and meditating.

It’s important to replace your drinking with something positive and worthwhile–something you look forward to, or one that makes a positive difference in your life, otherwise, there will be a lacuna in your routine…

Which is a recipe for relapse.

Find a non-alcoholic or low-alcoholic drink. You can mix your sparkling drinking water with kombucha and some lime garnish.

Don’t drink alcohol when you really should be drinking water. Always alternate water and alcohol during your drinking sessions to stay well hydrated.

Learn to sip your drink and enjoy it–don’t guzzle it as if you’re being paid to do so!

And it helps to order a drink that you sip slowly like red wine and vodka on the rocks–anything that’s not sweet.

And most importantly…

Have an accountability partner like a spouse, girlfriend/boyfriend, or simply a good friend.

Let them know you want to cut back on alcohol so they may help you out with it.

It’s best to avoid heavy drinkers because willpower ends up going out the window. It’s not easy to stop when everyone else is drinking.

Be mindful of the people you hang around with!

It’s not overly difficult to cut back on alcohol. It’s a matter of being strict with self and being conscious of the inherent health risks that come with over-imbibing.

And should you find your drinking affecting your family or career…

Don’t hesitate to seek professional help. There’s no squirm in taking back the reins of your life.

Go forth and rock; not get rocked!

I believe this is a very helpful piece to keep to yourself…or what do you think?

Please share widely to help other people just like you to moderate their drinking for a healthier world.

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Sleepy young worker

Sleep Deprivation Compromises Your Immune System

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Did you know there’s a big connection between the quality of your sleep and the strength of your immunity?

Yes…this is true!

People who generally sleep six hours or less have altered immune responses in several parts of the immune system.

Sleep deprivation especially impacts the body’s white blood cells, which are a part of the innate (primary) immune system–the body’s first line of defense against invading pathogens.

In a study of identical twins, conducted at the University of Washington’s Sleep Center, it was found that the twin who got the least amount of sleep was more likely to get sick.

The lead scientist in the study Dr. Nathaniel Watson said, “What we show is that the immune system functions best when the body gets enough sleep. Seven or more hours of sleep are recommended for optimal health”.

Sleep deficiency can also increase inflammatory markers and overactive immune cells. The study showed for the first time that chronic sleep deprivation (less than 6 hours a night) shuts down the immune response effectiveness of circulating white blood cells.

Sleep is so critical to immune system function that sleep-deprived people don’t even develop a very strong antibody response to a vaccine.

Our complex immune system has three basic parts. Check them out here: https://my-health-wealth.com/150-year-old-mistake-in-treating-viruses-fixed-with-this-immunity-wonder

The innate (primary) immune system, which is the immunity you’re born with, and constitutes our body’s first line of defense against disease.

Its purpose is to disable or kill any invader before it enters our cells and reproduce.

Research shows that sleep deprivation has a strong negative impact on the innate immune system, which acts immediately to stop the spread and movement of foreign pathogens.

One study looked at exposure to the common cold virus among two groups…

One group had more than 7 hours of sleep, while the other had less than 6 hours of sleep.

The study found that the group with less than 6 hours of sleep was 4 times more likely to be infected than the group that got more than 7 hours of restful, restorative nightly sleep.

The white blood cells and immune proteins that work as barriers that kill contagious microbes in the body are weakened by sleep deprivation.

Numerous studies have looked at the health benefits of a good night’s sleep…

And researchers from Germany found that sound sleep improves a vital part of the immune system called T-cells, which are critical to effective immune response.

T-cells are a type of immune cells that fight against pathogens that intrude healthy body cells. These pathogens may include Covid-19, influenza, HIV, herpes, and cancer cells.

When T-cells recognize a pathogen, or an infected cell, they activate proteins that attach to the target cells, thereby blocking the pathogens from attacking the cells…

And, in case of a viral-infected cell, they kill it.

The researchers compared T-cells from healthy volunteers who either slept or stayed awake all night. The T-cells in the well-rested participants showed higher levels of activation than in the cells of those who had not slept.

For people who get poor sleep, stress hormones such as cortisol and adrenaline also tend to rise…

And these stress hormones also tend to dampen the ability of T-cells to fight off pathogens effectively, as well as raising inflammation levels.

These findings show that sleep has the potential to boost the efficiency of T-cells response, which is especially important considering that sleep disorders are also tied to mental health conditions such as depression, chronic stress, and even aging.

Better yet, during sleep, your immune system releases proteins called cytokines, some of which help promote sleep.

Certain cytokines also play a role when you have an infection, or inflammation, or when you’re under stress.

Cytokines are actually a set of proteins that serve as chemical messengers. They tell immune cells what to do, as well as telling the body to produce more of the cytokines to help deliver a knockout blow to an infection, should need arise.

Sleep deprivation has been shown to decrease the production of these protective cytokines. Furthermore, infection-fighting antibodies tend to dip during periods of inadequate sleep.

Cytokines can be pro-inflammatory, leading to heightened inflammatory response from the immune system. This tends to worsen during shorter periods of sleep.

In severe cases of the flu or Covid-19 viruses, cytokine production can get out of control. Immune cells release cytokines that tell the body to produce more immune cells, and in turn, these new cells release even more pro-inflammatory cytokines–it’s a vicious cycle!

These excessive amounts of cytokines can lead to a phenomenon called cytokine storm, which means an overwhelming inflammatory immune response that can damage lungs and kidneys, leading to death.

Cytokine storms are one of the reasons many people die from Covid-19.

Sleep can help ease the effects of an over-reaction of cytokines, while protecting and balancing the immune system.

Still, this isn’t all…

Sleep helps reduce stress hormones while raising helpful sleep hormones such as melatonin.

Melatonin is a sleep hormone produced naturally by your body in the pineal gland of the brain…

And enough of it helps you fall asleep fast and sleep more blissfully.

Melatonin is also a powerful antioxidant, which may provide a variety of other health benefits, including strengthening the immune system.

Better still, sleep helps to lower inflammation, including CRP levels–an important inflammatory marker–while strengthening the overall immune response.

What Amount of Sleep is Enough?

It’s strongly recommended that adults get a minimum of 7 hours of sleep on a regular basis for optimal overall health.

Unfortunately, this target remains very elusive, with most adults getting less than 5 hours of sleep a night. This is considered insufficient, and it’s actually associated with higher ‘allcause‘ mortality, increased risk of depression, stress, infections, weight gain, and blood sugar issues.

How Can You Ensure Adequate Sleep on a Regular Basis?

There are some sleep guidelines that have been found to work for most people and you can try them out:

  • Try to go to bed at around the same time every night and get up routinely at the same time.

You see, getting in sync with your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle is one of the most important strategies for achieving good sleep.

If you keep a regular sleep schedule–going to bed and getting up at the same time each day–you’ll feel much more refreshed and energized than if you sleep the same number of hours, but at different times. Consistency is vitally important.

Sticking to a consistent sleep-wake schedule helps set your body’s internal clock and optimize the quality of your sleep.

Start by setting a realistic bedtime that will work with your lifestyle…

Choose as time when you normally feel tired, so that you don’t toss and turn. If you’re getting enough sleep, you should wake up naturally without an alarm.

Avoid sleeping in–even on weekends or nights you’ve stayed up late. It can be tempting to oversleep on weekends, but even a couple hours difference in wake time disrupts your internal clock.

The more your weekend/weekday sleep schedules differ, the worse the jet-lag-like symptoms you’ll experience.

If you want to make up for a late night, opt for a daytime nap rather than sleeping in. This strategy allows you to pay off your sleep debt without disturbing your natural sleep-wake rhythm.

And, be smart about napping–limit it to 15-20 minutes, and if possible, do them in the early afternoon.

Fight after-dinner drowsiness

If you find yourself getting sleepy way before your regular bedtime, get off the couch and do something mildly stimulating to avoid falling asleep or dozing off.

If you give into the drowsiness, you may overdo it only to wake up later in the night and have trouble falling back asleep.

Try these tips as well:

  • Avoid too much alcohol or heavy meals just before bed
  • Avoid intense workouts right before bedtime
  • Get plenty of exercise during the day
  • Soak up sunshine daily
  • Avoid stimulants such as caffeine, 6 hours to bedtime
  • Try to ease stress, and possibly get a pre-bedtime meditation
  • Avoid the blue screens–your phone, computer, etc

These tips will help you optimize your sleep so you can be productive, mentally sharp, emotionally balanced, and full of energy, all day long.

And in case the foregoing protocol doesn’t yield enough sleep, don’t curse or lament…

Because there’re healthy sleep supplements containing natural melatonin that will send you to dreamland and keep you there for the better part of the night.

Get yourself Liposomal Melatonin based sleep supplements…

They are clinically proven to work the best!

This related article will help deepen your knowledge about getting restorative sleep: https://my-health-wealth.com/your-sleep-deprivation-misery-solved

And if you find the posts useful, share them widely to promote good sleep-health for an optimally productive world.

To your life in dreamland!

I heartily appreciate your time on this site.

Stay tuned for more…

Publisher’s Note

This article is for general health education, and does not purport to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any disease. As always, consult your professional healthcare giver.


Your bedroom temperature is a factor in determining the quality of your sleep

Your Sleep Deprivation Misery Solved…

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You’ll sleep blissfully like a bear in winter using a simple tongue movement technique!

Getting enough quality sleep is hands down the single most important factor for overall good health–no question…

Yet, sleep deprivation is a common phenomenon as you age…

Stealing the energy and focus you need to get the most out of your golden years.

You see, at some point in life, it becomes increasingly difficult for most seniors to fall asleep…let alone getting enough of it…

Yet, ironically…this is the time you need it the most!

Heck…it can be a real nuisance…

Taking forever to fall asleep at night…

Tossing and turning as the hours tick by…

You pray for just a wink…and when it finally comes…

It doesn’t last…waking up in the dead of the night…

And no matter what you do, it’s impossible to fall back asleep!

The morning after becomes a nightmare…

Feeling groggy, exhausted, and frustrated…

And you stumble through your day like a sleep-deprived zombie.

One day of sleep deprivation is known to have the same effect on your mental and physical abilities as being drunk!

It’s a scientifically verified fact that good quality sleep is essential for staying healthy…

And BAD sleep is actually associated with blood sugar, memory, and even overall brain health problems…

Not to mention how even occasional poor sleep affects your productivity…

Denying you the thrill and satisfaction you should derive out of life.

So, if you’re not getting deep, restful sleep every night, now is the time to make a shift.

Remember when you were younger–how you slept like a block of wood…

And woke up with the morning light…refreshed, energized, and ready to take on the day?

I’m sure you want that back…

To break the cycle of poor sleep and reset your life!

The trick lies in one simple change to your bedtime habits…

Using a scientifically backed sleep technique that involves a simple movement of your tongue…

To help you fall asleep naturally and gently in just about 8 minutes flat…

And keep your sleep uninterrupted all night long like a teenager on summer holiday at an exotic locale out there!

All you need is to do this one thing while you’re getting ready for bed, and fall asleep fast and stay deeply asleep throughout the night.

Indeed, this “tongue technique” is so powerful it can help reset your entire sleep cycle. It can naturally break the cycle of occasional poor sleep you’re now in…

And reset it to work like it used to.

It takes about 15 seconds and you can do it right inside your bedroom…

So you can sleep like you’re a teenager again…

Night after blessed night…

So you’re not foggy and miserable the next morning.

Remember back when you never gave sleep a second thought?

And you kind of thought it would always be like that…

But now you know first-hand that things can take a turn for the worse!

Studies show almost half of seniors over 60 may suffer from an undiagnosed sleep condition called Periodic Limb Movements of Sleep, or PLMS…

Meaning your legs, feet, or hips may twitch or flex throughout the night–as often as every 10 seconds.

PLMS can affect your sleep or that of your spouse–and you might not even realize you have it.

Now, PLMS generally doesn’t need to be treated…

But there is a more sinister sleep disrupter that also goes undiagnosed…

And if you own a cell phone, computer, or television…it might be the number one undiagnosed reason you can’t sleep…

Because it could be throwing off your normal sleep cycle by 3 full hours!

It’s something called “blue light”.

You see, the screens on modern technological devices like phones and TVs…

And the energy-efficient LED lights taking over our homes and buildings…

Emit a damaging type of light called “blue light“.

And the sad thing is…

You can’t escape it!

It’s not like the sun’s light or any kind of natural light–it’s unnatural…

And our bodies don’t like it. It’s a sort of high frequency radiation…

And scientists are learning that it can have a major impact on sleep.

Have you ever heard of something called circadian rhythm?

Essentially, it’s your natural, biological sleep cycle…kind of like an internal clock in your brain.

When it’s working the right way, your circadian rhythm tells you to get up in the morning, and then…

When it’s nighttime, it tells your body to go to sleep and stay asleep all night…naturally.

It does this by using a hormone called melatonin, which is made by a small gland called “pineal gland” in your brain.

Think of melatonin as your body’s “go-to-sleep” hormone. It’s the key to good sleep.

After the sun goes down, your pineal gland releases melatonin into your body. The melatonin calms your body and brain…and it makes you drowsy…so you fall asleep…

Unless something messes it up…

Like the damaging blue light from your phone or modern “high-efficiency” light bulbs.

When you see the light, your body reduces the amount of melatonin–the “go-to-sleep” hormone–it releases…

And blue light is much worse than normal light–in fact, it’s Twice as bad!

Harvard University researchers did a study comparing blue light to a green light of the same brightness…

And they discovered that blue light really is a sleep disrupter!

It suppressed the amount of melatonin in the body for TWICE as long as green light and disrupted people’s circadian rhythms–the internal clock that tells them when to sleep and when to wake up–by a full 3 hours.

In other words, it disrupted these people’s normal sleep cycle by 180 minutes!

Little wonder…our internal clocks don’t know when we should sleep or be awake!

Do you watch TV after the sun goes down?

Do you ever look at your phone, computer, or tablet screen after dusk?

Do you use LED or fluorescent lights?

You could be throwing off your natural sleep cycle by hours!

Now, it’s not your fault. We all use television, phones, and lights after dark. It’s almost impossible to avoid them in this day and age!

But don’t worry…

Because there is an easy way to help reset your sleep cycle, without ditching technology and going back to old days…

After all, even if we did throw out all our electronic devices and read by candlelight instead…we’d still have problems with melatonin–the “go-to-sleep” hormone.

You see, it’s not just the blue light that can suppress melatonin.

We all know there isn’t much good about getting older, and here’s yet another thing…

As we get older, our bodies stop making as much melatonin–our levels drop over time…

People in their 60s and 70s have much less of it than younger folks. So, when you combine your naturally age-depleted levels of melatonin with the blue light…

It’s pretty plain to see that disruptions of your “go-to-sleep” hormone melatonin could very likely be the reason for your poor sleep.

And it’s also your answer to getting the refreshing, deep sleep you need…

Because it’s been shown that supplementing with melatonin can:

  • Slash the time it takes you to fall asleep–to just minutes
  • Dramatically increase how long you stay asleep without waking in the night
  • Naturally help reset your circadian rhythm–your body’s internal clock that tells you when to sleep and when to wake up…

And that isn’t a theory…it’s been shown in studies with real folks like you and me…

And the results have been nothing short of jaw-dropping…

In one cross over study…

Researchers looked at a group of 15 healthy volunteers with an average age of 53…

They gave each of them either a 0.3 mg or 1 mg dose of melatonin…or a placebo. The volunteers didn’t know which one they got…

And when they took the melatonin, they drifted off to sleep much faster. In fact, on average, the volunteers who took 1 mg of the “go-to-sleep” hormone–melatonin…

Took just 7:40 minutes to fall asleep.

Just imagine…getting into bed and in just about 8 short minutes later… you’re gently sliding into sleep, naturally…

All because you “reset” your sleep cycle with melatonin!

In this study, the researchers also measured something called “sleep efficiency“–which basically means how much of a normal bedtime the subjects actually spent sleeping.

So, a sleep efficiency score of 60% would mean that someone only slept 60% of their expected ideal sleep time.

Now, 85-90% sleep efficiency is considered “normal”.

And, in the study, when these volunteers took a placebo…

They averaged sleep efficiency scores on the lower end of normal.

But when they got the melatonin…

Their sleep efficiency scores rocketed up into the “Excellent” range–about as good as you can get!

They were sleeping almost 92% of the time they were in bed–which is fantastic…

Staying asleep almost the entire time–no problem getting sleep, or getting disrupted in the middle of the night!

Just deep, restorative sleep…and practically jumping out of bed in the morning refreshed and raring to go.

But wait…there’s more…

Another small cross-over study looked at 12 seniors with an average age of 76. They were all complaining of troubled sleep.

Some were given melatonin and others, a placebo…

And the “go-to-sleep” hormone worked again, helping correct their poor sleep patterns.

In fact, compared to the placebo, their sleep efficiency improved by a staggering 8%.

To put it in perspective, for someone spending 8 hours in bed a night…

An additional 8% is the equivalent of almost 40 more minutes of sleep every night!

Again, the people who got melatonin woke up much less overnight.

In fact, compared to the placebo, melatonin cut the amount of time they were awake at night by a full 33%.

That’s a third less time awake and staring at the ceiling or checking the clock! And…

Instead, getting deep, uninterrupted sleep!

And, remember, these were people with pesky sleep problems starting to enjoy good, restful sleep all over again–amazing, or what do you think?

Please note, we all make less melatonin as we get older…

And when you combine that with the sleep-disturbing blue light that’s impossible to avoid…

You’ll agree with me that melatonin is the best way to help reset your circadian rhythm–your body’s internal sleep/wake clock–to get back to youthful sleeping patterns.

So, if you’re struggling to get good, refreshing, complete sleep…

Melatonin is the answer. But you just don’t buy any melatonin and you’re all set!

There is something you need to know…

If you’re buying regular melatonin, you’re making a big mistake!

You see, all melatonin isn’t created equal–Not by a long shot.

So, buying any melatonin pills from a store or website isn’t recommended…

Because there is a good chance it doesn’t contain what is on the label. Melatonin needs to be precisely and accurately dosed.

And what a recent study discovered is very concerning. It found that 70% of melatonin supplements contain only a tiny fraction of the amount of melatonin it says on the label!

Others had way more than the label said…

As much as 465% more melatonin than labeled!

And some contained other substances and even undisclosed hormones!

Hear me out…

There is only kind of melatonin you should take…

And it’s not easily found…

It’s called Liposomal Melatonin.

That means it’s not a pill…it’s melatonin suspended in liposomes, which are tiny microscopic droplets…

Which also means it’s delivered in a convenient, good tasting spray– not as a pill or capsule.

So you don’t have to swallow anything…

And do you remember the tongue movement technique I mentioned earlier?

Here is where it comes in…

You simply lift up your tongue and spray a little Liposomal Melatonin underneath your tongue a few minutes before bed…and swallow.

See, the area under your tongue is special. It contains thousands of little capillaries–tiny blood vessels, meaning…

It can absorb those special liposome droplets at lightning speed and send the melatonin immediately to work…

And in just minutes, you can feel your body telling you it’s time to sleep…gently and naturally.

You see, pills and capsules lose much of their power as they slowly wind their way through your digestive tract…

So you have to wait a long time to maybe feel something happen if you’re lucky. Never mind that you’ve to choke those horse-pills down with water, yet the last thing you need right before bed is a full bladder.

So, with Liposomal melatonin, you’ll lay your head down and drift away… completely relaxed and with your mind at rest…

And with the calm confidence that you’ll sleep through the night, only to rise with the morning light…

Because Liposomal Melatonin works better than regular melatonin.

In fact, studies have shown that Liposomal Melatonin spray is absorbed twice as fast…

So you get to the peak sleep levels you need in half the time.

What is more…

Liposomal Melatonin makes more of the melatonin available for your body–this is called bio-availability…

Which is a measure of how much of the melatonin gets into your system, and is then available for your body to use.

And Liposomal Melatonin has 50% greater bio-availability than pill-form melatonin. That means 50% more of it available for your body to use.

It gets even better…

A study found that Liposomal Melatonin reaches peak levels in just 2 hours, but then stays available in your body for a full 6 hours after that!

Compare that to a pill form, which took a much slower 4 hours to hit peak levels, and then started dropping immediately after that.

Clearly, Liposomal Melatonin spray is better in every way–and it’s the only kind of melatonin clinically recommended.

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Thank you for your time with me.

To your life in dreamland!

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