All Natural Sleep Aid with Melatonin
Megatonin™ is an all natural product for sleep aid.
Especially useful during menopause and insomnia.
Melatonin – the Hormone of Darkness
Melatonin is to sleep what grass is to cow’s milk. Or sunlight is to flowers.
Megatonin information. Supplementation acts as a mild hypnotic and causes melatonin levels in the blood to rise earlier than the brain’s own production accomplishes.
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Megatonin™ by Neways is formulated with the synergistic blend of melatonin, GABA and L-theanin.
- Melatonin is a hormone that begins production in the evening, continues through darkness and allows sleep. This hormone is associated with stress, anxiety, the immune system, and some serious health concerns.
- GABA has been linked to insomnia. It is a neurotransmitter known to reduce electrical activity and help brain regions shut down. Sleeping pills work by helping nerve receptors more efficiently link to the gamma-aminobutyric acid resource.
- L-theanin is an aminoacid that crosses the blood barrier to deal with our stressors. Alpha brain waves are stimulated, relaxation ensues.
Do you awake refreshed without an alarm or a megaphone?
Sleep in a natural process. Like a cat who knows how and when to close its eyes, relax and purr, the goal for sleep in the night is to stretch onto the bed, unwind and slip into sleep.
Megatonin™ will calm your mind and relax your body. Helps regulate your body’s natural sleep cycle.
Melatonin, the hormone, has been found in some grains and meats. It is also produced by the pineal gland in the brain. This important chemical plays a role in supporting the body’s natural sleep-wake cycle. The body produces and releases increased levels at night and lesser levels during the day.
The product Megatonin™ maintains the natural balance of melatonin. Because it is blended with GABA, gamma aminobutyric acid, which is a neurotransmitter, and L-theanin which is a beneficial phytonutrient found in green tea, you can get the sleep you have been craving. The melatonin signal forms part of the system regulating the sleep-and-wake cycle.
Melatonin chemically causes drowsiness and lowers the body temperature. Interestingly, a three-month-old infant’s melatonin measures at the highest level between midnight and eight o’clock in the morning.
Melatonin production is inhibited by light and permitted by darkness. The Dim-Light Melatonin Onset begins each evening and peaks in the middle of the night, then gradually fades the second half of the night.
Without melatonin, there is no sleep, anxiety is high, stress is obnoxious and women in the age of menopause have ever biological cause to age even faster than they did before menopause.
Melatonin is of utmost importance.
Melatonin keeps us radiant and refreshed.
And not only for sleep but for cancer risk, immune system, gallstones, fertility and ADHD.
GABA is the first brain chemical abnormality that has been identified by scientists and linked to insomnia. The abnormality is a substantial reduction in levels of this inhibitory neurotransmitter. GABA stands for gamma-aminobutyric acid. An amino acid that influences the neurotransmitters dopamine and serotonin.
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Those with insomnia have been measured to reveal an average of 25 to 30 percent less GABA in their brains than equally healthy, normal sleeping people.
GABA is a neurotransmitter known to reduce electrical activity and help brain regions shut down. Sleeping pills work by helping nerve receptors more efficiently link to the gamma-aminobutyric acid resource.
The theory after these findings is that insomnia is a state of hyper-arousal extending the waking hours of the day, rather than only a night disorder of sleeplessness.
The purpose of GABA is to decrease the overall activity of many brain areas to help the brain rest. Since the busy, repetitive, or racing mind is the result of an inability to shut down at night and is a common complaint of people with insomnia, the GABA deficiency is correlated to this challenge.
A gamma aminoacid. Let’s call the GABA and L-theanin ‘the sleep cousins’.
Gamma-glutamylethylamide is an amino acid derivative found in tea. The L-theanin acts antagonistically — synergistically — against the stimulatory effects of caffeine on the nervous system.
What does this mean to a menopausal insomniac with hot flashes and no patience for puzzles?
L-theanin is able to cross the blood-brain barrier and reduce mental and physical stress, creating a sense of relaxation about a half hour after ingestion. The amino acid stimulates production of alpha brain waves to create deep relaxation and mental alertness such as is achieved through meditation. Also L-theanin assists in forming of the inhibitory neurotransmitter, gamma aminobutyric acid or GABA.
Megatonin is a supplement that incorporates melatonin at 3 milligrams per tablet. There is also a proprietary blend of GABA and L-theanin.
One or two tablets taken between 30 minutes to 90 minutes before bedtime.
Menopause. That stage when a woman’s ovaries stop producing estrogen and progesterone. The monthly menstrual cycle ceases. And undisturbed sleep flies out the window for approximately four to eight years. Defined as insomnia during menopause.
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