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Insomnia Formula

Insomnia Formula
 

Dr. Zhang's proprietary herbal formula of effective, fast-acting Natural Remedies for Insomnia.

Price: $39.99
Availability: In Stock
Size: 500mg, 90 Capsules
Manufacturer: Herbalmax USA
SKU: 859283001200

The HERBALmax™ Insomnia Formula is a natural herbal remedy to help you sleep. While most artificial sleep aids operate by suppressing brain activity to impose slumber, HERBALmax’s Insomnia Formula is designed to relax the mind. The formula’s precise blend of organic herbs promotes a natural, restful sleep that will last the night, leaving the body and mind feeling refreshed and awake.

The Insomnia Formula has no known side effects and will not foster dependency or cause drowsiness during waking hours. In Dr. Zhang’s clinical experience, improvement is quickly seen within 1-2 days, with effectiveness gradually increasing over the next few weeks.

Highlights*
  • Promotes a full night of natural, restful sleep
  • No lingering next-day drowsiness or other side effects
  • Will not cause dependency or tolerance
  • All-natural and vegetarian-friendly

Ingredients:

*Disclaimer: HERBALmax products are dietary supplements. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Individual results may vary.
Directions for Use:

Take 3-4 capsules when you are ready to go to bed.

*The Insomnia Formula may enhance the effects of sedative meds such as Ambien, Silenor, Lunesta, Sonata, Desyrel, Remeron, antihistamines and other sedatives and simulants. These meds and enhanced sedatives or stimulants may cause side effects. If you are currently taking any of these drugs, especially at night time, you should start with a low dose of the Insomnia Formula (e.g. 1 or 2 capsules for the first one or two nights), while reducing your other drugs at the same time to see how you are doing. If you are doing fine, then gradually reduce the other sleeping aids and increase the Insomnia Formula to its normal dose. Overtime, the Insomnia Formula alone will work beautifully for helping sleep, even in those difficult and chronic cases.

If you have reactions in the first nights with taking the Insomnia Formula, simply reduce the dose to 1 or 2 capsules in the first few nights to let your body get used to the change. Then, gradually increase the dose to the normal dosage. The herbs used in the Insomnia Formula have been used for thousands of years and have proven to be safe.


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a. About Insomnia

Approximately a third of the U.S. population complain about disturbed sleep patterns, according to a survey conducted by the National Sleep Foundation. Sleep needs vary by age group and individual, but almost every adult requires a full seven to nine hours of sleep per night in order to maximize physical and emotional health. Those suffering from sleeplessness may experience it in one of three ways: the inability to fall asleep, the inability to stay asleep, and the tendency to awaken too early.

Insomnia is further characterized by poor sleep quality. While some healthy adults may still feel refreshed after sleeping restlessly or attaining less than a full night’s sleep, insomniacs sleep so badly that it impairs their performance the next day. Symptoms of insomnia include daytime fatigue, general tiredness, irritability, and problems with memory or concentration. In this way, impaired quality of sleep can negatively impact one’s quality of life.

Insomnia can be either an acute or chronic condition. Acute insomnia is usually caused by stress, emotion, or anxiety. It may be transient, lasting between one to several nights, or intermittent, occurring on and off over a long period of time. On the other hand, chronic insomnia presents itself on most nights over two or more weeks and may be caused by a medical condition.

b. Causes of Insomnia

Insomnia may be caused by a wide range of factors. Psychological issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression often contribute to chronic sleeplessness. Changes in one’s environment or work schedule can have similar effects. Actions such as traveling or working a later shift can disrupt the body’s internal circadian rhythms, which regulate the normal sleep/wake cycle.

Poor sleep habits are a frequent cause of sleeplessness. Things to avoid include an irregular sleep schedule, uncomfortable sleep environment, stimulating activities right before bed, and using the bed for activities other than sleep and sex. It is important to form a positive mental association between one’s bed and sleeping. Worrying too much about one’s inability to fall asleep may result in “learned insomnia,” wherein one begins to negatively associate insomnia with the bedroom.

Insomnia is also a common side effect of many medications such as antidepressants, heart medication, blood pressure medication, allergy treatments, stimulants (e.g., Ritalin, Adderall), and corticosteroids. In addition, many over-the-counter medications such as pain medications, decongestants, and weight-loss products can contain caffeine or other stimulants which may keep you up at night. In general, stimulant-like substances such as caffeine and nicotine are not conducive to getting a full night of sleep. On the other hand, depressants such as alcohol can act as a sedative to help with initial drowsiness. However, it prevents deeper stages of sleep and may cause one to awaken in the middle of the night. It is important to look into the potential side effects of medication to see if it may interfere with your insomnia.

Several medical conditions also induce insomnia. Chronic pain, breathing difficulties, frequent urination, and heartburn are all ailments which often make it difficult to sleep through the night. In addition, since many of these conditions either intensify or present themselves as the years go by, insomnia becomes more common with age. This is often also augmented by increased use of medications and decreased physical or social activity, the latter of which promotes a good night’s sleep.

c. Treatment of Insomnia

Getting regular amounts of high quality sleep is extremely important to maintaining one’s mental, physical and emotional health. As such, insomnia should not be left untreated for any longer than two to three weeks. It is advisable to do research before treatment. Self-medication with alcohol or synthetic sleep aids may have an overall negative effect. Natural remedies for insomnia range from supplements such as melatonin and magnesium to herbal sleep aids made from lavender and valerian root. Some of these may help induce sleep by suppressing wakefulness, but wear off to cause early awakening.

It is simple to develop habits promoting good sleep by improving one’s sleep hygiene. Maintaining a regular sleep cycle helps the body sleep and wake naturally. Additionally, napping may affect the quality of nighttime sleep. Actions should also be taken to create a comfortable sleep environment. This includes adjusting environmental factors that may prevent easy sleep, such as lights, noise, or too much warmth.

Regular exercise improves sleep duration and quality, but strenuous physical activity should be halted at least three hours before bedtime. Eating and drinking right before bedtime may also activate the digestive system and induce wakefulness. Relaxation techniques are also helpful in promoting healthy sleep. Worrying too much about insomnia only increases stress and anxiety, so it is beneficial to leave the bed once one begins to stress about not being able to fall asleep.

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