Did you know that melatonin production in our body depends on its ability to produce serotonin? Cool, right?
Did you know our body requires several essential nutrients to produce serotonin, the hormone responsible for happiness? To maintain our serotonin levels, we must consistently introduce seven crucial nutrients: tryptophan, iron, methylfolate, vitamin C, vitamin D, vitamin B3, and vitamin B6.
People with depression frequently encounter substantial sleep issues because their bodies might not generate adequate serotonin levels, which is imperative for creating melatonin. As melatonin is extracted from serotonin, a shortage can also result in a shortage of melatonin.
We have discovered that EMPower Plus is worth trying to address sleep issues. Yet, to step towards optimal sleep quality, we recommend using a combination of our products. This approach has demonstrated its worth in facilitating a good night's sleep and waking up feeling rejuvenated.
Here is our Truehope Sleep Protocol:
Taking EMPower Plus throughout the day ensures neurotransmitter pathways have the necessary nutrients to produce serotonin and melatonin.
Freeminos provide the necessary tryptophan for melatonin production, which aids in improving sleep quality.
Five of the seven minerals found in the BMD are scientifically validated to promote deep and uninterrupted sleep.
Inositol is an imperative secondary messenger molecule for every cell in your body. It is worth noting that it plays a decisive function in enhancing the effectiveness of various compounds such as melatonin. Specifically, when your body generates melatonin to facilitate sleep, Inositol can be introduced to improve the performance of melatonin and effectively transmit the sleep message to your cells.
Inositol can be worth considering as a natural aid for children who struggle to wind down before sleep.
Here is a brief recap:
EMPower Plus - 2 to 3 capsules twice during the day
Freeminos - 2 capsules right before bed
BMD with K2 - 2 tablets before bed
Inositol - 1 x heaping tsp before bed
Simon Brazier. Dip HN, NNCP