Alteril Melatonin Natural Sleep Aid - You Pick Amount - 60 120 180 Ct


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Alteril All Natural Sleep Aid is a maximum strength all-natural sleep aid with L-Tryptophan. Alteril is a 100% all natural dietary supplement to help you sleep when you need it, so you wake up refreshed. 

Alteril combines the four best-known, medically proven natural sleep aids into one convenient capsule, which helps to regulate your circadian sleep cycle and incrase "alpha" relaxation brain waves for FAST improvements in the total volume of restorative sleep you experience nightly! 

Regular, quality sleep is vital to human health:
It's our body's chance to repair... recharge... and revitalize. Yet despite this critical need for sleep, over 40 million people in the United States alone are currently struggling with some form of insomnia! 

What makes Alteril so effective is that it combines 4 of the best-known, medically proven natural sleep inducers and regulators into one effective nighttime capsule. It helps to regulate your circadian sleep cycle and increase "alpha" relaxation brain waves for FAST improvements in the total volume of restorative sleep you experience nightly! It contains:

  • Sleep Inducer #1 - L-Tryptophan
    Critical For Natural Production of Essential Neurotransmitters That Regulate Your Sleep/Wake Cycles!
    L-Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that's critical in the natural production of both serotonin and melatonin in your body – neurotransmitters that are necessary for regular sleep (melatonin helps regulate your body's circadian cycle, while serotonin communicates your need for sleep to your brain). 
  • Sleep Inducer #2 - Melatonin
    Regulates Your Circadian Sleep Cycle, So Your Body Knows When It's Time To Sleep... And Wake Up!
    Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland, a small, light-sensitive organ in your brain. Its production is stimulated by darkness and suppressed by light, and it's understood to be key in helping your body know when it's time to sleep, and time to wake up (your circadian rhythm). 
  • Sleep Inducer #3 - Valerian
    Sedative That Helps You Relax But Doesn't Leave You Feeling Groggy or "Hung Over" The Next Morning!
    Valerian is known for its sedative properties and is a popular natural choice for the treatment of insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Unlike prescription medications for the same conditions, valerian is not habit-forming, and does not leave you feeling groggy or "hung over" the next day. 
  • Sleep Inducer #4 - L-Theanine
    Increases Your "Alpha" Relaxation Brain Waves, Reducing Feelings Of Stress and Anxiety To Help You Sleep!
    L-Theanine is thought to play a major role in the reduction of stress and anxiety – two of the main causes of insomnia and other sleep disorders. People who consume L-Theanine show an increase in "Alpha" brain waves, which are weak electrical impulses that your brain produces when it's in a highly relaxed state. 

Why Can't You Get a Decent Night's Sleep? 
There are many factors that contribute to sleeplessness including: 

  • Stress caused by work, finances, family, etc. 
  • Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Medical conditions 
  • Medications 
  • Nicotine, caffeine, alcohol 
  • Air travel; changing time zones 
  • Pain 
  • Poor sleep habits 
  • Shift work 
  • And more! 

But that's not all!
Alteril has also been formulated with a series of four more all-natural herbals that promote sleep, encourage relaxation, reduce nervous tension, alleviate anxiety, and more, including:

  • Chamomile (nerve relaxant)
    Chamomile, a flowering plant belonging to the daisy family, contains an essential oil – called bisabolol – that has anti-irritant, anti-inflammatory, and anti-microbial properties. As such, chamomile is considered effective in the treatment of muscle spasms, burns and scrapes, and skin conditions such as psoriasis and eczema. Beyond these properties, chamomile also contains glycine, an amino acid known to act as a nerve relaxant, making it a valuable tool in the fight against insomnia and other sleep disorders. 
  • Lemon Balm (reduces tension)
    Since the 16th century, lemon balm has been used to heal wounds, treat venomous insect bites, reduce stress and anxiety, ease pain, and promote sleep. Today, this member of the mint family, when combined with valerian (another calming herb), is thought to help reduce tension, lower stress levels, ease mild depression and exhaustion, lower stress-related high blood pressure, and treat mild insomnia. 
  • Hops (natural sedative)
    Hops have been used by cultures around the world for hundreds of years to treat a wide range of illnesses and disorders. North American Indians used hops as a sedative, analgesic, and kidney and urinary aid. In India, hops are used for restlessness associated with nervous tension, headache, and indigestion. In traditional Chinese medicine, it is used to treat insomnia, restlessness, intestinal cramps, and lack of appetite. Hops contains a naturally occurring sedative chemical known as "2-methyl-3-butene-2-ol," which makes it a good choice for treating anxiety that can lead to sleeplessness, particularly when it's combined with other herbs that contain sedating properties, such as valerian, chamomile, or passion flower -- all included in the Alteril™ formulation. 
  • Passion Flower (to alleviate restlessness)
    Passion flower has long been used as a traditional remedy in the treatment of anxiety disorders. It is believed to work by increasing levels of a neurotransmitter called gamma amino butyric acid (GABA),  which creates a relaxing effect by lowering the activity of some brain cells. 

Sign You're Sleep Deprived
Are you having trouble fitting in as much sleep each night as you need? Then chances are, you're sleep deprived.

Sleep deprivation may sound like something related to military exercises or scientific experimentation, but in reality, it's something that a large percentage of the population experiences.

Put simply, when you're sleep deprived, you don't have the opportunity to sleep as much as you'd like (as opposed to insomnia, where you have the opportunity to sleep, but are unable to).

Sleep deprivation is becoming increasingly common, as the pace of life accelerates, and we continue trying to pack more and more into each day.

And if you think that you need to miss out on hours of sleep each night in order to be sleep deprived, think again. Sleep deprivation is cumulative, so even if you just shortchange yourself a bit each night, it adds up to a huge sleep "deficit" later down the road.

While many people simply shrug off sleep deprivation, chalking it up as a part of modern life, it's important to note that there are some very serious health problems associated with sleep deprivation, including:

  • Fatigue, lethargy, and lack of motivation 
  • Moodiness and irritability 
  • Reduced creativity and problem-solving skills 
  • Inability to cope with stress 
  • Reduced immunity; frequent colds and infections 
  • Concentration and memory problems 
  • Weight gain 
  • Impaired motor skills and increased risk of accidents 
  • Difficulty making decisions 
  • Increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, and other problems 

Many people who are experiencing sleep deprivation don't even realize it.

That's because, once you get used to functioning on a limited amount of sleep each night, you become accustomed to feeling groggy, unfocused, and irritable all the time, and that begins to feel "normal."

Here are eight of the most common signs that you're sleep deprived:

  1. When your alarm goes off, you routinely shut if off, then roll over and go back to sleep. 
  2. When you wake in the morning, you feel groggy and lethargic, then find staying awake during the day a challenge. 
  3. Long meetings, overheated rooms, and heavy meals make you drowsy 
  4. You're more accident-prone or come close to nodding off while driving. 
  5. You have a hard time concentrating on important tasks at work. 
  6. You're increasingly grumpy and irritable with your spouse and children. 
  7. Your have a hard time completing simple tasks. 
  8. You fall asleep when relaxing or watching TV. 

How does the Alteril nighttime capsule work?
Alteril contains ingredients that are shown to induce and improve sleep. The four primary ingredients are L-Tryptophan, Melatonin, Valerian, and L-Theanine.

It helps to regulate your circadian "sleep" cycle and increase alpha "relaxation" brain waves – so you drift off to sleep easily, enjoy a full night of restorative sleep, and wake feeling rested and restored... without any groggy "hang over" side effects! Alteril should be taken approximately one hour before bed.

Why Chose Alteril?
Sleeping problems are very common. In fact, millions of people around the globe are suffering from such condition due to anxiety or depression, menopause or other health conditions like ulcer or asthma. In America alone, forty million people have trouble sleeping due to stress, pain or environmental factors such as noise. The good news is that this condition can be treated. Today, there is a wide range of treatments or drugs available and one of which is Alteril. No matter what the reasons there are for not being able to sleep, Alteril can help one have a good night sleep with ease.

Sleep is an essential part of our daily routine. But what some of us don’t know is that the best time for anyone to grab some shut-eye are the hours before midnight because it is the only time when a maximum amount of the growth hormones (GH) can be released. The growth hormone is what helps repair the brain and the body after a hard day’s work so it is important for everyone to get some sleep at the right time.

Alteril - Sleep Aid All Natural - 60 Tablets
Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Tablets 
Servings Per Container: 30 
Amount Per Serving %DVR
L-Tryptophan 666 mg **
Glycine 50 mg **
Melatonin  4 mg **
Proprietary Blend 260 mg **
   GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric acid), Skullcap Herb Extract, Valerian
   Root Extract, Chamomile Herb (Aerial Parts), Hops Strobile Extract,
   Passionflower Herb Extract
** Daily Reference Value (DRV) not established. 

Other Ingredients: Sorbitol, Calcium Carbonate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Sodium Croscarmellose, Coating (Polyvinyl Alcohol, Polyethylene Glycol, Titanium Dioxide, Talc, Riboflavin) Magnesium Stearate, Stearic Acid, Silicon Dioxide.

Allergen Warning: May contain Lecithin from Soybeans.

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