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Somniphyt Total Night

Breaking through the bottleneck of traditional sleep aids, a French pharmaceutical company presents an exclusive herbal formula! It helps you overcome light sleep, excessive dreaming, and difficulty falling asleep!

2023.06.16

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by Reichpharm

Somniphyt Total Night, composed of four natural herbal ingredients, amino acids, and melatonin, is designed to help you overcome issues such as light sleep, excessive dreaming, waking up in the middle of the night, excessive work-related stress during the day leading to nervous tension and restlessness.

Insomnia is believed to be a prevalent urban ailment among the majority of Hong Kong residents. According to statistics, as many as 7 out of 10 people in Hong Kong suffer from insomnia. The main causes are often attributed to a fast-paced lifestyle, work-related stress, and excessive busyness, leading to a decline in quality of life and disruption of normal routines and habits. To effectively improve conditions such as insomnia, early awakening, or frequent dreaming, many Hong Kong residents choose to take sleep supplements or other sleep-enhancing health products to aid their sleep. Somniphyt Total Night contains a natural and organic herbal formula along with melatonin, helping you relax both body and mind, and enhancing the quality of your sleep!

The key to a successful day lies in the morning, for how can one have good days without good nights?

The state of our sleep is a major concern as it can greatly impact our mental well-being the next day. When you find yourself worrying about not being able to sleep, the more anxious you become, making it even harder to fall asleep. Poor sleep not only affects your work or academic performance but also has a ripple effect on various aspects of your life.

Have you identified the reasons behind your insomnia? Factors such as work, studies, emotions, stress, and illnesses can all contribute to restless nights. Not to mention activities like using your phone or binge-watching shows before bed, or having upcoming plans for hiking or other recreational activities, all of which can disrupt your sleep. The multitude of these factors indicates that your sleep issues may not have just one cause, and oftentimes, you may not even realize you’re trapped in a cycle.

Understanding the causes of insomnia is essential in finding appropriate remedies.

But why do humans engage in activities during the day and sleep within specific time frames at night?

This is closely related to the substance called melatonin. The human circadian rhythm is primarily regulated by the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the central nervous system. When the retinas of our eyes receive light, they transmit neural signals to the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the brain, which in turn affects the secretion of melatonin in the pineal gland.

The amount of melatonin secretion is inversely proportional to the intensity of light. Therefore, in environments with sunlight or artificial lighting, melatonin secretion is inhibited. However, as evening approaches, the pineal gland increases its melatonin production.

Tryptophan is an essential amino acid that must be obtained through diet as the human body cannot synthesize it on its own. Tryptophan is crucial because it is a precursor to serotonin, which can be synthesized into melatonin. Both serotonin and melatonin are closely associated with sleep. If you have difficulty falling asleep, taking 1-1.5 grams of tryptophan can effectively shorten the time it takes to fall asleep. Studies have shown that consuming tryptophan-rich foods a few hours before bedtime can help promote sleep. One of the main factors affecting sleep is serotonin, as it helps calm and relax the body. Insufficient serotonin levels can lead to restlessness and poor sleep.

In addition to melatonin and serotonin, 5-HTP is also an important element in promoting sleep. Its mechanism involves facilitating the synthesis of serotonin in the brain, which is then converted into an adequate amount of melatonin to aid in sleep during the night. However, it is not necessarily beneficial for everyone to supplement with 5-HTP for sleep. If a person already has sufficient serotonin levels, supplementing with 5-HTP may not have a significant impact on sleep due to limited conversion enzymes. Generally, individuals who experience insomnia due to conditions such as low mood or depression (as serotonin levels in the brain are lower in these cases) tend to benefit more noticeably from supplementation with 5-HTP, as it can lead to significant improvements.

Melatonin has two primary roles in sleep:

  1. Inducing sleepiness and initiating the sleep process in the brain.
  2. Regulating the timing of transitioning from sleep to wakefulness to ensure an adequate duration of sleep.

The impact of melatonin on sleep is significant. For example, children under the age of 5 generally require sleep durations ranging from 10 to 15 hours, while adults typically need 7 to 9 hours of sleep. In the elderly population, the secretion of melatonin decreases, leading to a reduction in sleep duration, which typically ranges from 5 to 8 hours.

Considering using sleeping pills to solve insomnia?

When faced with difficulty falling asleep, the first thing that often comes to mind is sleeping pills. These medications are commonly used to suppress the central nervous system and block the pathways of nerve transmission in the brain, essentially forcing the body into a shutdown mode. Due to their fast-acting nature and rapid metabolism in the body, they are widely used and typically don’t cause lingering drowsiness or confusion the next day.

However, because of their effectiveness, they can easily lead to dependency if used for an extended period. This can result in individuals increasing the dosage on their own, exacerbating the problem. Eventually, the brain receptors may become desensitized to the medication, rendering it ineffective. Moreover, sleeping pills only provide temporary relief for insomnia and do not address the underlying causes. For example, if insomnia is caused by long-term hormonal imbalances, stress, or anxiety, simply relying on sleeping pills won’t address these issues, leading to a state of feeling tired but unable to sleep.

It’s important to approach insomnia holistically and seek medical advice to identify and address the root causes rather than relying solely on sleeping pills. Implementing healthy sleep hygiene practices, managing stress, and addressing any underlying medical or psychological conditions can contribute to long-term improvements in sleep quality.

Why can we be active during the day and fall asleep at night? The physiological mechanisms behind sleep!

 

The main operation of the human circadian clock relies on the regulation of the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) and the secretion of melatonin by the pineal gland.

The functions of melatonin secretion are as follows:
–  Inducing sleepiness and initiating sleep in the brain.
Regulating sleep timing and maintaining an adequate duration of sleep.

The transition from falling asleep to waking up actually occurs in cycles, which can be divided into two stages:
– Non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep: During this stage, the eyes do not move, and blood pressure, heart rate, and body temperature decrease.
Rapid eye movement (REM) sleep: This stage involves rapid eye movements, and most of the muscles, except for those in the diaphragm, are in a relaxed state.

Somniphyt Exclusive Formula, bringing you a unique sleep experience!

Various hormones in our bodies virtually govern our behaviors, including metabolism, sleep, emotions, and the immune system. When hormones function properly, they contribute to the body’s metabolism and functioning. The unique formula of “Worry-free Sleep Stress Relief and Sleep Aid” helps enhance the production of “sleep-promoting hormones” in the body, fundamentally improving the problems faced by insomnia sufferers.

Now, let’s briefly introduce the ingredients and effects of the Somniphyt Total Night.