Sleeping is not the same as sleeping all night

Enjoy a healthy and refreshing sleep again

EPAPLUS Sleepcare

Melatonin Retard

  • Melatonin 1.98 mg
  • Tryptophan 50 mg
  • Magnesium 56.25 mg

EPAPLUS Sleepcare

Melatonin with Tryptophan

  • Melatonin 1.98 mg
  • Tryptophan 50 mg
  • Magnesium 56.25 mg
  • 60 capsules

EPAPLUS Sleepcare

Melatonin Retard
Travel pack

  • Melatonin 1.98 mg
  • Tryptophan 50 mg
  • Magnesium 56.25 mg

EPAPLUS Sleepcare

Pure Melatonin Retard

  • Melatonin 1.98 mg
  • Magnesium 56.25 mg

Melatonin

Resting all night long is no longer a dream

Melatonin is a hormone that regulates the sleep / wake cycles in our body. This is possible because melatonin helps regulate our circadian rhythms, that is, those changes that occur at the physical and mental level in a daily cycle and that are directly related to the periods of lightness and darkness, which are closely linked to sleep.Melatonin is produced from serotonin, known as the “happiness hormone.” Serotonin is synthesized from the amino acid tryptophan, an essential amino acid that can only be obtained through diet or food supplements. Tryptophan, consequently, is therefore involved in the formation of melatonin in our bodies.

Age, stress, poor diet,  and work shift changes, among other things, are factors that can alter the normal synthesis of melatonin and cause the occurrence of sleep disturbances. Among the most frequent sleep disturbances are difficulty falling asleep or waking up in the middle of the night. Epaplus Sleepcare presents you with three formats adapted to your needs:

  • Epaplus Sleepcare Melatonin Retard:

    Helps to reduce the time needed to fall asleep and, thanks to its innovative long-lasting formula, facilitates the gradual release of melatonin throughout the night (8h).

  • Epaplus Sleepcare Melatonin with Tryptophan:

    Promotes the conciliation of sleep.

  • Epaplus Sleepcare Pure Melatonin Retard:

    A melatonin-based formula without tryptophan. Recommended especially for those who want pure melatonin or for those who take antidepressants.

10 golden rules for a good night's sleep

How many of them do you meet?

1.

Do not consume stimulating substances such as coffee, tea, alcohol, tobacco, etc.

2.

Take a light dinner and wait an hour or two before going to bed.

3.

Try to relax before going to bed.

4.

Keep in mind that some medications cause insomnia.

5.

Perform physical exercise but avoid doing it late in the day.

6.

Avoid prolonged naps (no more than 20-30 minutes) and never in the evening.

7.

Maintain regular sleep routines.

8.

Avoid exposure to intense light (phones, tablets) in the hours before going to bed.

9.

Maintain a comforting atmosphere in the room: Silence, pleasant temperature, etc.

If this does not work, you can take Epaplus Sleepcare half an hour before bedtime.