Park Community Credit Union - Sleep, and Keep Sleeping Through the Night

Many of us suffer from insomnia. The problem gets worse as we age, since we lose a crucial ingredient in regulating sleep: melatonin. Replacing melatonin has long been seen a safe sleep remedy. Now there’s a way to do it in a time-release fashion.

REMfresh is billed as the first and only, continuous release and absorption melatonin (CRA-melatonin) that helps to maintain sleep for up to 7 hours.

It does this by doling out maintain throughout the night, in a time-release method.

REMfresh was designed to mimic the body’s own 7-hour Mesa Wave, a natural pattern of melatonin blood levels during a normal night’s sleep cycle.

According to its maker, Physician’s Seal, a recent clinical study demonstrated the continuous release and absorption of 99 percent ultra-pure melatonin in REMfresh (CRA-melatonin) was designed to induce sleep onset and provide continuous, lasting restorative sleep over 7 hours.

The scientifically advanced, patented formulation, called Ion Powered Pump technology, replicates the way in which the body naturally releases and absorbs melatonin, unlike conventional melatonin sleep products.

Since REMfresh is not a drug, there is no drug hangover. This is a good thing.

Sleep/wake cycles are regulated by melatonin, levels of which normally begin to rise in the mid- to late evening and remain high for the majority of the night. Levels begin to decline towards early morning, as the body’s wake cycle in triggered.

Melatonin levels typically decline with age, with a significant decrease after age 40

REMfresh (CRA-melatonin) retails for $29.99 for 36 caplets and is available at Amazon.com and www.remfresh.com.

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