Mystic Sleep regulates sleep-wake cycle to promote, deepen, and extend sleep.
Herbal Extracts Formulation
Supports healthy hormonal balance
Promotes natural relaxation
Dwarf Morning Glory
Supports healthy brain function
Reinforces natural sleep-wake cycles
Supports healthy respiration
Fosters sound nutrient absorption
Supports peaceful state-of-mind
Sustains healthy nervous system
Mystic Sleep's proprietary formulation contains 164 phytonutrients that exert 411
synergistic activities on your body. Many of these phytonutrients are
widely recognized for their contribution to Restorative Sleep.
Alpha-Tocopherol - Eases restlessness during sleep (Ayres and Mihan, “Leg Cramps
(Systremma) and “Restless Legs” Syndrome — Response to Vitamin E (Tocopherol)”
Journal List > Calif Med > v.111 (2); 1969).
Ascaridole, Beta-Sitosterol, Carvone, Glycine - Exert sedative activities on the body
(Okuyama, Umeyama, Saito, et al. “Ascaridole as a Pharmacologically
Active Principle of Paico, a Medicinal Peruvian Plant”, Chem Pharm Bull
(Tokyo), 41(7): 1309-11, 1993; Aguirre-Hernández, Rosas-Acevedo, Soto-Hernández,
“Bioactivity-Guided Isolation of Beta-Sitosterol and Some Fatty Acids as Active
Compounds in the Anxiolytic and Sedative Effects of Tilia Americana Var. Mexicana”,
Planta Med, 73(11):1148-55, 2007; De Sousa, Farias Nóbrega, and De Almeida,
“Influence of the Chirality of (R)-(−)- and (S)-(+)-Carvone in the Central Nervous
System: A Comparative Study”, Chirality, 19: 264–268, doi: 10.1002/chir.20379,
2007; Almeida, de Sousa, Nóbrega, et al. “Anticonvulsant Effect of a Natural Compound
α,β-Epoxy-Carvone and its Action on the Nerve Excitability”, Laboratório de
Tecnologia Farmacêutica, Universidade Federal da Paraíba, Brazil, Departamento de
Fisiologia, Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Brazil, Universidade
Federal de São Paulo, Departamento de Psicobiologia, Brazil, 2008; Gonçalves, Oliveira,
Benedito, “Antinociceptive Activity of (−)-Carvone: Evidence of Association with
Decreased Peripheral Nerve Excitability”, Laboratory of Pharmaceutical
Technology, Federal University of Paraíba, Department of Physiology, Federal University of
Sergipe, 2008; Chase, Soja, and Morales, “Evidence that Glycine Mediates the
Postsynaptic Potentials that Inhibit Lumbar Motoneurons During the Atonia of Active
Sleep”, JNeurosci. (3):743-51, Department of Physiology, UCLA School of Medicine
Jatamansone - Slows degradation of memory and cognition due to sleep deprivation
(Rahman, Muralidharan and Anand, “Inhibition of AChE and Antioxidant Activities are
Probable Mechanism of Nardostacys Jatamansi DC in Sleep Deprived Alzheimer's
Mice Model”, International Journal of PharmTech Research CODEN (USA): IJPRIF
ISSN: 0974-4304 Vol.3, No.3, pp 1807-1816, 2011).
Limonene - Prolongs sleep duration (do Vale, Furtado, Santos, and Viana, “Central
Effects of Citral, Myrcene and Limonene, Constituents of Esential Oil Chemotypes
from Lippia alba (Mill.) n.e. Brown”, Phytomedicine; 9(8):709-14, 2002).
Magnesium - Relieves anxiety that might interfere with sleep (Sartori, Whittle,
Hetzenauer and Singewald, “Magnesium Deficiency Induces Anxiety and HPA Axis
Dysregulation: Modulation by Therapeutic Drug Treatment”, Department of
Pharmacology and Toxicology, Institute of Pharmacy, and Centre for Molecular
Biosciences Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, Austria, 2011).
Quercetin - Helps regulate the sleep-wake cycle (Kambe, Kotani, Yoshimoto, “Effects
of Quercetin on the Sleep-Wake Cycle in Rats: Involvement of Gamma-Aminobutyric
Acid Receptor Type A in Regulation of Rapid Eye Movement Sleep”, Brain Res.,
Take one capsule after breakfast and one
capsule after dinner.
You can optimize your health and quality of sleep by:
Take Mystic Sleep - Years of stressful living caused damage to your
body and mind. Mystic Sleep releases hundreds of
phytonutrients that act at the molecular level to promote normal
hormone levels, support brain function, alleviate mental duress, remove
toxins, maintain immune system function, and reinstate healthy sleep
Set a Schedule - Go to bed at a set time each night and get up at the
same time each morning. Disrupting this schedule may lead to insomnia.
Avoid napping during the day. "Sleeping in" on weekends also makes it
harder to wake up early on Monday morning because it re-sets your sleep
cycles for a later awakening.
Exercise - Try to exercise 20 to 30 minutes a day. Daily exercise often
helps people sleep, although a workout soon before bedtime may
interfere with sleep. For maximum benefit, try to get your exercise
about 5 to 6 hours before going to bed.
Avoid Caffeine, Nicotine, and Alcohol - Avoid drinks that contain
caffeine, which acts as a stimulant and keeps you awake. Sources of
caffeine include coffee (100-200 mg), soft drinks (50-75 mg),
non-herbal teas (50-75 mg), chocolate, diet drugs, and some pain
relievers. Smokers tend to sleep very lightly and often wake up in the
early morning due to nicotine withdrawal. Alcohol robs people of deep
sleep and REM sleep and keeps them in the lighter stages of sleep.
Avoid Using Sedatives - While you might fall asleep, the complete
restorative sleep cycle will be not realized. You might awaken feeling
unrefreshed, groggy, or hungover. Once you stop taking the sedatives,
you might suffer withdrawal symptoms which will further interfere with
attainment of natural sleep.
Drink Milk - Milk contains a substance called tryptophan. The body uses
tryptophan to make serotonin, a chemical in the brain. Serotonin helps
control sleep patterns, appetite, pain, and other functions. Milk does
not contain enough tryptophan to change sleep patterns, but drinking a
glass of milk before bed may help you relax.
Avoid Large Meals / Excessive Fluids - This might cause you to awaken
due digestion problems or urination.
Relax before Bed - A warm bath, reading, or another relaxing routine
(deep breathing, yoga, meditation) can make it easier to fall sleep.
You can train yourself to associate certain restful activities with
sleep and make them part of your bedtime ritual.
Don't Lie in Bed Awake - If you can't get to sleep, don't just lie in
bed. Do something else, like reading, watching television, or listening
to music, until you feel tired. The anxiety of being unable to fall
asleep can actually contribute to insomnia. Don't expose yourself to
content that is prone to increase anxiety - like the news.
Create a Sanctuary - Make sure your bedroom is dark and quiet. Use eye
shades or earplugs if needed. Maintain a comfortable temperature in the
bedroom. Extreme temperatures may disrupt sleep or prevent you from
Minimize Snoring - Sleep on your side to minimize snoring and breathing
Sleep until Sunlight - If possible, wake up with the sun, or use very
bright lights in the morning. Sunlight helps the body's internal
biological clock reset itself each day. Sleep experts recommend
exposure to an hour of morning sunlight for people having problems