Rest & Relaxation with Liposomal Tranquinox
Many people have problems getting to sleep and staying asleep for long enough during the night. Healthcare professionals recommend 8 hours of sleep as optimal in order to avoid experiencing a variety of symptoms that include fatigue, confusion, irritability, depression, malaise, and headaches. It is important to identify the causes of sleep issues as lack of sleep can sometimes be due to medical problems such as sleep apnea - a disorder that causes a person to stop breathing for short periods of time during the night. Fortunately, a number of lifestyle changes combined with natural products are available to help people get a good night's sleep.
Liposomal Tranquinox has a blend of powerful rest and relaxation ingredients that offers a natural alternative for promoting healthy sleep patterns, supporting relaxation, and calming anxiety. The formula contains a blend of powerful ingredients like GABA, melatonin, and glutathione to stabilize normal circadian rhythms and promote restful sleep. This proprietary formula is delivered in a non-GMP phosphatidylcholine liposome complex for optimal absorption and bioavailability.
Melatonin is a primary hormone that is naturally produced by the pineal gland. It has been found that melatonin is intimately involved in setting the body's internal clock in the brain, generating normal circadian rhythms, and synchronizing hormone secretions. Scientific evidence has shown that melatonin is closely associated with the function of our circadian, neurological, and immune systems. It is a powerful Chrono biotic that helps support the normal sleep-wake cycle during 'biological night' time. It has been found that melatonin levels are at a peak during ''biological night' time. Preliminary findings suggest that melatonin may help promote restorative sleep and support normal nerve function.*
GABA (Gamma Aminobutyric Acid) is an amino acid neurotransmitter that is involved in carrying information between the nerve cells of the body. It is critical for the healthy function of the nervous system and is well-known to have a calming effect on the body.*
Glutathione, an important antioxidant support nutrient that plays an important role in the detoxification of body systems.*
How does it Work?
There appear to be two probable interacting effects that melatonin can have on the sleep/wake cycle:
- entraining and shifting the circadian rhythm in a 'Chrono biotic' function;
- promoting sleep onset and continuity of sleep in a 'hypnotic' function by promoting the homeostatic 'drive' to sleep.
These two effects appear to be equal and melatonin taken in the evening can enhance both these phases. The use of timed melatonin dosages can have varying degrees of effectiveness in circadian rhythm sleep disorders. As a rule, lower doses are better for delayed sleep phase syndrome while higher doses are indicated for sleep disorders due to shift work or jet lag.
It is generally accepted that melatonin has a remarkably benign safety profile when treated with pharmacological doses. The potent ingredients combined with liposomal technology in Liposomal Tranquinox can promote the restful, relaxed state the body needs for natural sleep cycles. The specialized blend of melatonin, GABA, and glutathione provides relief from occasional sleeplessness by supporting and enhancing healthy melatonin function and optimizing the body's natural sleep mechanism.
About Liposomal Technology
Liposomes (a carrier molecule) are actively transported. A liposome is a phospholipid (important molecules that provide structure and protection to cells) that forms a barrier around its contents. This barrier is resistant to enzymes in the mouth and stomach, alkaline solutions, digestive juices, bile salts, and intestinal flora that are generated in the human body, as well as free radicals. Liposomes pass through the digestive process much like the Trojan Horse passed through the city gates of Troy. Inside of the liposome is the target nutrients of the supplement much like the Greek soldiers were hidden inside of the horse. The liposome stays in tact until it passes through the small intestine wall and gets into the bloodstream. It then breaks down and releases its active ingredients whereby they have a much better opportunity to reach their targeted cells and tissues.