MAGNESIUM: Involved in Melatonin synthesis and favours its release
Vitamins B3 and B6: Favour Melatonin synthesis.
The most natural way to beat insomnia and improve your quality of life.
Melatonin is a hormone that is naturally produced in our body by the pineal gland, located in the centre of the brain. It is produced throughout the night, to help our body regulate the sleep cycle. Daylight deactivates its release and thus we wake up. When melatonin production is not synchronised with the night-day cycle, sleeping disorders occur. Melatonin helps fight insomnia naturally.
Melatonin contributes to reducing
the time needed to fall asleep.
Melatonin helps fight insomnia
caused by changing time zones.
Safely enjoy a healthy, refreshing
sleep againa, with no side effects.
The amount of melatonin produced by our body decreases as we get older. This may be one of the reasons why younger people have less issues falling asleep than older people. On the other hand, women produce less melatonin than men, meaning they may benefit more from the treatment.
Melatonin decrease with age
According to the Spanish Agency of Medicines and Health Products (AEMPS), melatonin contributes to improve sleep quality and daytime functionality (restful sleep), without affecting wakefulness during the day. It is especially effective in patients who may have impaired melatonin production: over 55, blind or people experiencing circadian (jet lag) changes.
It favours sleep and helps the body keep an optimal state of mind
Tryptophan is an amino acid related to proteins productions that acts in a wide range of biological processes. It is essential in the promotion of serotonin production, a precursor of melatonin, fundamental for regulating the sleep-wake daily cycle.
Magnesium is one of the essential minerals in the body's protein production. It is involved in melatonin synthesis and helps reduce tiredness and fatigue. Additionally, it favours the decalcification of the cells composing the pineal gland.
Vitamin B3 is involved in the formation of neurotransmitters and helps reduce tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin B6 is involved in the transformation of tryptophan into serotonin and also contributes to fighting exhaustion.