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Somniphyt® Total Night
Sleep

Somniphyt® Total Night

by Sante Verte

MEDICATION INSTRUCTIONS

Tablet

Restorative sleep

Keep nervous system calm

Herbal complex

Suitable for adult

Take medication 30 mins before bedtime

Should not drive or handle machines

Do not exceed recommended daily dose

Please consult your medical professional

Not recommended for pregnant or under breast-feeding

Do not use it on long term

Keep out of reach of children

Please store under 25ºc

Introduction
Medication Usage

Good days start with good nights

Somniphyt-Total Night

Ingredient Information

Causes of insomnia

Various factors can contribute to insomnia, such as mental disorders like anxiety and depression. The following are common causes of insomnia.

Symptoms of insomnia

The characteristic symptom of insomnia is difficulty falling asleep, but there are other symptoms caused by insufficient sleep. Common signs and symptoms include.

Insomnia can be classified into the following 4 types based on its symptoms :

1.Difficulty falling asleep : It is challenging to initiate sleep and requires a long time to fall asleep.

2.Difficulty maintaining sleep : It is difficult to achieve deep sleep or sleep is easily interrupted.

3.Early awakening : Sleep duration is shorter compared to the general population, resulting in waking up early and    difficulty returning to sleep.

4.Non-restorative sleep : Despite getting sufficient sleep at night, individuals still feel extremely tired during the day.

If the above symptoms of insomnia occur more than three times per week, affecting daily routines and emotions for a period exceeding three months, it is considered clinical “insomnia.”

 

Insomnia can also be classified based on its duration into the following 2 types :

1.Short-term insomnia (also known as acute insomnia) : Lasting for a few days or weeks, with symptoms not exceeding three months and often having identifiable stress and causes.

2.Chronic insomnia : Occurring at least three times per week and lasting for more than three months, usually with complex and difficult-to-identify causes.

 

When should you seek medical attention?

If insomnia persists for more than three months or if there is a severe and sudden onset of insomnia, it is recommended to consult a healthcare professional to identify the underlying causes and prevent the worsening of sleep problems.

Understanding the “sleep cycle” for better sleep quality

Non-Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) sleep is divided into three stages based on brain wave patterns :

NREM Stage 1 and 2: Light sleep

NREM Stage 3 and 4: Deep sleep

The image shows a standard sleep cycle chart, starting from falling asleep and ending after 8 hours upon waking up. It illustrates that non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep consists of three stages, followed by rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, and they alternate. The horizontal axis represents hours, and the lower the stage, the deeper the sleep. The bottom of the chart indicates that heart rate and blood pressure decrease during NREM sleep and increase during REM sleep.

 

*NREM sleep consists of three stages: Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3. After completing these stages in order, the sleep cycle returns to Stage 2 and Stage 1, concluding one cycle of NREM sleep. Stage 1 and Stage 2 are lighter sleep stages, while Stage 3 allows for deeper sleep, serving the important function of rest for the brain and body.

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Ingredient Introduction

Herbal Ingredients

1.Griffonia simplicifolia

  • 5-HTP is one of the sources of serotonin, derived from the seeds of Griffonia simplicifolia, a medicinal plant native to West Africa. It possesses a calming effect.
  • It is a precursor to serotonin and enhances the activity of 5-HTP in the body, increasing the production of serotonin in brain cells, thereby increasing serotonin levels. It can improve sleep, help suppress appetite, and lower stress hormones.
  • 5-HTP can pass through the Blood Brain Barrier and reach the brain, where it is converted into serotonin. During the nighttime, serotonin is further converted into melatonin to aid in falling asleep. Therefore, 5-HTP becomes a crucial solution for insomnia issues.

2.Valeriana officinalis

  • Valerian possesses calming and sleep-inducing properties by interacting with central GABA receptors to promote sleep.
  • Valerian increases GABA concentration and reduces central nervous system activity by inhibiting the enzyme system responsible for GABA metabolism.
  • Valerian can also stimulate the release and reuptake of GABA and directly bind to GABA-A receptors.

3.Eschscholzia californica

  • Alkaloids can be hypothesized to act at GABA receptors, which are widely expressed in brain mainly at the inhibitory interneurons.
  • A stress-relieving and anxiety-relieving effect.
  • Inducing insomniacs to fall asleep faster.

4.Magnolia officinalis

The research report indicates that Magnolia officinalis significantly shortened non-rapid eye movement (NREM) sleep latency and increased NREM sleep duration.

  • Magnolia officinalis increased the transitions from wakefulness to NREM sleep and from NREM sleep back to wakefulness. Honokiol modulates GABA(A) receptors, promoting NREM sleep, and shows potential therapeutic value in sleep management.

Amino acid

1.L-Tryptophan

  • Tryptophan is an essential amino acid, which means it must be obtained through diet as the body cannot synthesize it on its own.
  • It is a precursor to serotonin, and serotonin can be synthesized into melatonin, both of which are closely related to sleep.

2.L-Glutamine

  •  Glutamate primarily functions as a precursor to aid in the synthesis of other amino acids and glucose, generating energy, and also serves as a precursor for the synthesis of GABA.
  • GABA is a naturally occurring and synthesized amino acid in the human body, mainly found in the brain and eyes. It is composed of glutamine and glucose. GABA plays a crucial role in modulating physiological functions, thereby assisting with sleep and overall health maintenance.
  • GABA is an essential component in the human body and plays a crucial role in inhibiting the transmission of neural signals, making it one of the most important substances. Research has found that getting sufficient rest during sleep is attributed to the production of GABA. When humans are in a deep sleep, the GABA levels in the body are significantly elevated.

Vitamin

Vitamin B6

  • Vitamin B6 is closely related to mood regulation and plays a significant role in the etiology and treatment of depression.
  • It can influence the neurotransmitter “serotonin” in the brain, which controls depression and anxiety.
  • 5-HTP is converted into serotonin with the help of decarboxylase, and vitamin B6 assists in the activity of this enzyme.

 

Other

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain and plays a crucial role in regulating the body’s biological clock. Melatonin levels in the human body fluctuate in a 24-hour cycle, with levels rising at night and decreasing during the daytime.

  • Melatonin can improve sleep disorders, such as reducing the time it takes to fall asleep, increasing the overall sleep duration, and enhancing sleep quality.
  • Melatonin is considered to have fewer side effects and is non-addictive. Current human studies have shown that taking 2 milligrams of sustained-release melatonin daily for 6 months did not result in severe side effects, and there was no development of tolerance even with long-term continuous use.
  • It is generally recommended to take melatonin 30 minutes before bedtime. As for the recommended dosage, it is best to start with a low dose of 0.5mg.

Is insomnia a common problem?

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), nearly 30% of the global population has experienced sleep difficulties, with a higher prevalence among women. Women are more sensitive and prone to anxiety and depression, which contribute to insomnia. Insomnia affects individuals of various ages, and the chances of experiencing insomnia increase with age.

For more information about “Anxiety and depressive mood” please click here to the “SEROTISOL Boost” or “SEROTISOL Restore” page.

 

*Friendly Reminder : Before using this product, please consult a specialist or professional healthcare provider if you are a child, or pregnant woman.

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