most effective sleeping formula • 7 clinically approved ingredients • fights many sleeping disorders • boosts physical and mental health • gives an edge in sports performance • promotes well-being and good mood
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Fitness is not just about muscles and dieting, no matter if you want to put on or lose some weight. Another important factor is getting a good night’s sleep.
Your internal “body clock” cannot be fooled. We are made to follow the sun and the 24-hour rhythm of nature. Studies show that our drive for sleep is linked to adenosine, which promotes wakefulness and decreases when we sleep, and melatonin, which peaks as the day wears on and its increase is a signal it is time to sleep. In the morning, the sun rise releases cortisol, a signal to wake up.
Sleep is important for good health, physical and mental well-being, and quality of life. Ongoing sleep deficiency can raise your risk for some chronic health problems, including obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, stroke, kidney disease, diabetes, insufficiency of the immune system to fight common infections, lack of healing and repairing functions, and inflammatory bowel diseases. It can also affect your physical and mental skills, decrease strength, speed, endurance, reaction time, as well as hindering thinking, learning, working, and interaction with others. All of a sudden, small things, like making decisions or solving problems, become difficult, which could further lead to other undesired changes, such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), mood swings, losing control over your emotions, and falling into depression, including suicidal thoughts in extreme cases.
In the case of sports, sleep deprivation affects eating, drinking, and loss of effectiveness. It may cause injuries and difficulties in focusing and reacting, which, in extreme cases, may lead to death. It is commonly known that good sleep can maximize athletic performance. Professional sportspeople do not only pay attention to the quality of their sleep, but often incorporate an extra sleeping period into their daily routine. For example, Lebron James insists on getting 12 hours of sleep per night.
Today, sleep science is so important that special models of fatigue measurement have been created, not only to show the effects of fatigue as compared to alcohol-related impairment, but to obtain data that show how to take advantage of it, especially in sports, where reaction time and judgment are at stake. Through special management systems coaches analyze how to detect any sleep issues before they impact athletes’ health and performance. They also test for an advantage through proper dietary supplements, where “proper” should be understood to mean no sleeping pills that make you drowsy and often lead to addictions, but safe products, such as MUST SLEEP SPORT.
Our formula is the effect of employing clinically proven ingredients that really work. GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid), considered as an inhibitory neurotransmitter, produces a calming effect and helps reduce stress, fatigue, anxiety, insomnia, mood disorders, and even symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS) and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). From the point of view of sports performance, besides recovery, GABA also shows benefits in lean muscle growth and fat burning. Ashwagandha, best known for its ability to reduce stress and anxiety, alleviates depression, but also provides other health benefits, such as reducing the level of blood sugar, cortisol (“stress hormone”), cholesterol and triglycerides, preventing inflammation, and boosting testosterone levels and sex drive, which goes along with increased muscle mass and strength, and improved brain functions, such as concentration and memory. Melissa officinalis is the most studied and thus believed the most effective ingredient in a natural treatment of Alzheimer’s disease, as it is a well known natural antidepressant. It can promote good mood, facilitate rest and good sleep, and reduce PMS symptoms. It can also sport anti-diabetic effects, prevent and treat some infections and viruses, and promote skin health. Inositol, besides reducing depression and anxiety, influences brain plasticity and signaling, so it may help detect and prevent seizures. It increases serotonin levels, and helps fight PMS and insomnia. It is considered as a natural remedy for depression and anxiety and has earned a growing appreciation for its benefits for women with PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome). It can also contribute to weight loss. Tryptophan improves obstructive sleep apnea (airflow blockage during sleep), helping with sleep and fighting insomnia. It produces melatonin in the brain’s pineal gland, and plays an important role in producing serotonin to fight depression and anxiety. It can decrease dementia and PMS symptoms, especially with regard to tension and mood swings. It can further improve myoclonus post-hypoxic intention (involuntary twitching of a muscle or a group of muscles), lower an athlete’s perceived exertion, most likely due to increased pain tolerance, and help reduce appetite and craving for carbohydrates. Skullcap (Scutellaria baicalensis) is widely researched for its use in a number of therapeutic areas through a variety of anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial, and anti-cancerous properties. It can relieve the symptoms of nervous tension, including headaches, and act as an anti-convulsant, thus promoting good rest and sleep. Being a nerve tonic, it is used to treat anxiety. Melatonin influences sleep and the circadian rhythm. By interacting with two receptor proteins, MT1 and MT2, it controls deep sleep and the stages preceding dreaming, while the central clock helps control the sleep-wake cycle, body temperature, and hormone production. In other words, melatonin can help one to get to sleep more quickly, and sleep longer and more deeply, thus improving sleep quality. Being an agent with a sedating and calming effect, it can be used in the treatment of anxiety, depression and a variety of sleeping disorders. It is perfect for jet lag recovery and recommended for shift workers. It activates the brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), a protein responsible for the well-being of nerve cells and for regeneration.
MUST SLEEP SPORT is more than a regular supplement. It is a masterpiece of sleep science to gain a competitive edge, to feel refreshed in your active life, and, finally, to enjoy a healthy sleep no matter if you are engaged in any sport or not. You simply MUST have it.