Our leading formulators worked tirelessly to create an all natural, over-the-counter sleep aid that helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.
Somabien was the end result. Formulated with 15 proven, natural ingredients, you'll get the best sleep of your life without the adverse side-effects common with other sleep aids. In fact, we guarantee you'll wake up feeling refreshed every morning...or your money back.
The scientifically formulated ingredient blend in Somabien has been designed to eliminate the factors preventing you from enjoying a restful night's sleep. This revolutionary blend makes it easier to fall asleep and stay asleep by containing ingredients that relieve stress, calm nerves, reduce anxiety, and eliminate toxins that disrupt your body's natural sleep cycle.
These ingredients have been proven in clinical trials to decrease the time it takes to fall asleep and allow you to enjoy more quality rest. So you can wake up feeling refreshed and energized..
As one of the most powerful known sleeping aid ingredients, Melatonin is a natural hormone recognized for its ability to help you fall asleep and improve the overall quality of your sleep. In a review published in 2004, Melatonin was found to significantly increase total sleep time in people who suffered from sleep restriction and restlessness.
As one of the strongest ingredients used for regulating sleep, Valerian Root has the unique ability to allow people to fall sleep faster and provide higher quality sleep in general. Recent studies and a number of reports have shown how Valerian can help reduce sleep latency thus allowing users to fall asleep faster when taking this ingredient.
Valerian has proven to improve the quality of sleep as well. In a recent trial where subjects were given a combination of Valerian Root and Hops, subjects reported a reduction in sleep latency as well as improved sleep quality when compared to the results of those given the placebo in a 28 day trial.
Derived from GABA receptors, Phenibut is also known as beta phenyl gamma aminobutyric acid. GABA is a neurotransmitter that works in the CNS or central nervous system, and when GABA is activated, it has been shown to allow favorable sleeping conditions within your brain.
The GABA receptors act to help your mind relax and fall asleep as well, and the ingredient Phenibut as a derivative of GABA has been known for its clinical use in Russia to help relieve anxiety, stress and improve overall sleep quality.
Lemon Balm comes from the mint family and has been used for centuries to reduce anxiety, stress, and even improve sleep. Studies have shown this herb to have calming effects on the user, and when combined with other herbs like valerian or hops, Lemon Balm will multiply its effectiveness. In recent studies, those administered Lemon Balm for 7 days showed significant increase in overall calmness and the herb produced sleep inducing effects when combined with valerian, another ingredient present in Somabien.
By helping remove and fight harmful toxins from your body, vitamin B6 is a helpful antioxidant that fights the damaging effects of free radicals. Outside of the antioxidant effect on the body, Vitamin B6 has been shown in recent studies to induce improvements in the quality of sleep. The chemical composition breakdown of Vitamin B6 shows that its inclusion of pyridoxine is able to act as a natural nutrient that has been shown to regulate proper sleep cycles.
Also referred to as Cowitch and velvet bean, Mucuna Pruriens contains a component of L-DOPA--a powerful neurotransmitter. This powerful natural ingredient has been used in Ayurveda medicine for centuries to provide relief for the common case of nerves. Mucuna pruriens' L-DOPA content provides additional help as it converts into dopamine, which is used an essential component required for functioning of the brain and calming within the body.
Without dopamine acting as a neurotransmitter, the body tenses up and thus we know that additional L-DOPA can lead to relaxation and improved sleep.
5-HTP is one of fastest acting and most effective sleep aid ingredients that delivers the most consistent results when it comes to overcoming sleep latency and improving sleep quality. 5-HTP is known as a powerful ingredient and is used in the treatment of insomnia. Clinical studies have shown that 5- HTP is helpful in fighting various sleep disorders as well as easing the transition from wakefulness to sleep.
In recent studies, 5-HTP was shown to increase REM sleep by 25%. Also, 5-HTP can improve deep sleep in stages 3 and 4 without increasing the time slept. Such improvements in the sleep cycle makes your sleep more restful.
Used in herbal form as a natural remedy for insomnia and tension relief, Hops is well known for its relaxation effects. Hops is an essential ingredient in any sleep aid because it can help you achieve deeper and more relaxed sleep than ever before!
A recent study using Hops and Valerian showed that not only is sleep quality improved in subjects who took this ingredient combination, but subjects experienced a decrease in sleep latency as well.
Found in the Arctic and mountainous regions of Europe and Asia, Rhodiola Rosea is recognized for its ability to relax muscles, improve moods, decrease fatigue and enhance sleep. Research reports that Rhodiola Rosea can reduce mental fatigue and improve sleeping patterns.
A recent study where 40 subjects were administered Rhodiola Rosea for 20 days demonstrated significant improvement in sleep patterns, more fulfilling sleep, mood stabilization, and decreased mental stress and fatigue.
Recent research has shown that red wine can help users fall asleep more easily than those who don't drink small amounts of red wine regularly. A study done at the University of Milan measured melatonin levels in the skins of different types of grapes found in Italian red wine. The grape composition in red wine was found to contain an exorbitant amount of Melatonin.
Melatonin is a hormone produced by our brain that is known to help you fall asleep and contain powerful anti-oxidant qualities that help eliminate harmful free radicals that may be disrupting your sleep pattern.
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