Quality Sleep, Naturally
Minerals, like Magnesium, and amino acids, like 5-HTP, are key players in multiple bodily reactions and functions, especially healthy, normal sleeping patterns. Studies show these essential compounds promote quality sleep and also increase the natural production of melatonin which helps to control vital sleep cycles.1,4,7
Deeper Sleep Faster
Research shows calming herbs like Lemon Balm and Chamomile help to reduce anxiety and promote deep sleep. The synergistic duo of 5-HTP and GABA has also been shown to ease restlessness by lowering activity in the nervous system.5,20,24
Stress Response Support
Elevations in stress hormones, namely cortisol, impair healthy sleep. Plant-based ingredients such as Passion Flower, Reishi Mushroom, and Valerian Root have been shown to alleviate anxiety while also boosting serotonin levels. 9,13,21,26
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Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DOES SLEEP + RESTORE WORK?
Sleep + Restore is a holistic sleep support formulation designed to prepare the body and mind for deeper sleep and support overall mood. Unlike traditional over-the-counter sleep pills, our formula is made with natural and gentle ingredients to encourage a rejuvenating start to every morning without the added side effect of drowsiness or grogginess.
HOW LONG SHOULD I TAKE PATTERN WELLNESS SLEEP + RESTORE?
Sleep + Restore comes in easy-to-swallow, maximum absorption capsules designed to be highly bioavailable for the best results. Simply take your Sleep + Restore 30 to 60 minutes before bedtime with water, so as not to interfere with evening activities before you fall asleep. We recommend taking our Sleep + Restore supplement continuously as part of your daily routine for optimal results.
Keeping to a sleep schedule, exercising regularly, avoiding caffeine and daytime naps, and making sure high-stress levels are in check are also likely to help with associated sleeping disorders if you experience any.
If you have any questions or concerns about when or how to take your sleep aid supplement, consult your physician.
WILL IT INTERFERE WITH OTHER MEDICINES OR SUPPLEMENTS?
The ingredients included in our Sleep + Restore supplement are generally considered safe. Sleep + Restore is an all-natural sleep support formula and is not a sleep medication; It should never be used to replace prescribed medications or sleep pills. It is intended for use by healthy adults over the age of 18.
If you have a pre-existing condition, take prescription medications, or have any medical concerns, please always consult your physician first before starting any new supplements.
IS THIS GLUTEN-FREE?
Yes, our Pattern Wellness Sleep + Restore supplement is free of gluten, as well as dairy, soy, preservatives, and GMOs. Our Sleep + Restore capsules are vegetarian, so these supplements are great for those with dietary restrictions.
HOW SHOULD I STORE MY PATTERN WELLNESS SLEEP + RESTORE?
Store bottles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture for optimal shelf-life.
DOES PATTERN WELLNESS USE FILLERS, BINDERS, OR ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS?
Pattern Wellness prides itself on providing natural, clean products without using fillers, artificial sweeteners, or binders.
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