These all-natural 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 well rested, feeling refreshed and energized.
Melatonin is a hormone produced naturally in the pineal gland at the base of the brain. It is important in regulating sleep, and may play a role in maintaining circadian rhythm, the body’s natural time clock.
The hypothalamus keeps track of the amount of sunlight that is taken in by the eye. The less sunlight, the more melatonin that is released by the pineal gland, thereby enhancing and regulating sleep.
This is known as one of the most powerful known herbal sleeping aids.
Chamomile has been used for centuries as a calming aid, muscle relaxant, and to foster deep sleep.
Relaxes the body. A slow, concentration-dependent relaxation was observed in pig blood vessels after applying a few chamomile compounds, such as apigenin and bisabolol.
(Toxicol Appl Pharmacol. 2013;272(3):797-805.)
Decreases sleep latency. A significant decrease in sleep latency was noted in rats that ingested chamomile.
(Biol Pharm Bull. 2005 May;28(5):808-10.)
Reduces stress. Calves administered chamomile in their diet had significantly lower cortisol levels
(J Vet Sci. 2006 Jun;7(2):189-92.)
5-HTP is a natural compound that gets converted by the brain into Serotonin and Melatonin – two neurotransmitters that are responsible for regulating sleep patterns.
Serotonin is present in the body at elevated levels during times of positive emotions such as happiness, relaxation, and calm.
Melatonin is the main hormone directly involved in sleep onset and maintenance of circadian rhythm (daily sleep/wake cycle).
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!
This amino acid comes from green tea and not only helps maintain a calm alertness during the day but also a deeper sleep at night. However, green tea doesn’t contain enough L-theanine to significantly boost your REM cycles.
L-theanine’s effect on the brain can be visualized on an EEG. Brain waves are actually smoothed out—but not flattened out—by supplemental L-Theanine.
The body is relaxed, the mind is calmed, but no drowsiness occurs.
At ViviDream we put unbeatable quality as one of our highest priorities.
That includes bringing the ingredients in their most natural form together without any unnecessary extras.
We only add a small amount of Silicone Dioxide and Magnesium Stearate per capsule.
This allows the powders to flow freely and prevents clumping during manufacturing.
And that’s it!