Finally he sleeps! Human sleep is probably one of the least understood physiological processes. Sleep is impacted by, and impacts, our state of health, our age, our stress levels, our individual chemistry, and hormones. Insomnia is defined as the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep or both. Chronic insomnia affects about 40% of the population – yikes! No wonder our number one seller is Kavinace by Neuroscience.
Kavinace is a natural supplement, not a pharmaceutical, that increases GABA and decreases norepinephrine. Gaba is the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter which is necessary to feel calm and relaxed. Norepinephrine is the hormone that is produced when we encounter a stressor, real or imagined. When we endure chronic stress, the norepinephrine levels can get “stuck” in overdrive so that our body is in a constant fight or flight mode. This constant fight or flight mode wreaks havoc on neurotransmitters and hormones.
Psychological stress is probably one of the largest causes of not being able to fall asleep. How many of you psych yourself out with excessive worrying about things that are beyond your control? Me – guilty as charged. Even though you may know you need to stop thinking about things so you can fall asleep, it is often difficult to do.
Kavinace seems to work well for those who can’t sleem due to racing thoughts and an inability to “shut down”. Janet from Neenah, Wisconsin, said, “Kavinace is a great product for helping me to shut down at bedtime. I have trouble falling asleep, even when I’m really tired; Kavinace helps my brain to ‘shut off’ long enough for me to fall asleep. I’ve tried straight GABA supplements in the past, but they don’t work nearly as well as Kavinace. I make sure that I never run out of it!”
If you’re looking for some natural “sleep pills” and don’t want to use drugs that make you groggy, give Kavinace a try, you might wonder how you’ve survived this long without it!
- What can I do to rid myself of chronic insomnia? (zocdoc.com)
- Depression and Insomnia (webmd.com)
- Insomnia Causes, Types and Symptoms (dormiamattress.wordpress.com)
- Chronic Insomnia (terrytalksnutrition.com)
- Cooling Caps: Chill for a Good Night’s Sleep? (drweil.com)