Ditch Harmful Sleeping Pills for a Drug Free Solution!

by Mar 14, 2024Relaxium Sleep, Sleep Tips, Wellness

Mar 14, 2024

Sleeplessness is a common sleep complication that makes it feel difficult to fall asleep or stay asleep. It can drain your energy level and affect your mood, health, work performance and quality of life. At some point, many adults can experience short-term sleeplessness. This can last for days or weeks and is usually due to stress or upsetting events. However, some adults experience chronic sleeplessness which can last three months or more. Common sleep issues that plague countless adults worldwide include:

  • Having a hard time falling asleep at night 
  • Wake up during the night 
  • Waking up too early
  • Feeling tired or sleep during the day
  • Having cranky, depressed, or anxious feelings
  • Having a hard time paying attention, focusing on tasks, or remembering
  • Making more errors or having more accidents 
  • Having ongoing worries about sleep.

While sleeplessness can happen to anyone at any time, there are several risk factors that make it more likely to have insomnia. These risk factors include:

  • You’re a woman. When a woman is going through her menstrual cycle or menopause, the hormones in the body shift which causes the risk of sleeplessness. 
  • You’re over 60. As you get older, there are drastic changes in sleep patterns and health which causes the risk of sleeplessness. 
  • You have a mental or physical health condition. 
  • You’re under a lot of stress. 
  • You do not have a regular schedule. Changing shifts at work or traveling can disrupt your sleep-wake cycle which can cause insomnia. 

Turning to Medication 

When individuals are having trouble sleeping, some turn to sleeping pills in order to have a good night’s sleep. However, all prescription sleeping pills have risks especially for people with certain medical conditions and for older adults. Depending on the type of prescription sleeping pill, they may include side effects such as:

  • Dizziness or lightheadedness 
  • Headache 
  • Diarrhea or nausea
  • Prolonged drowsiness 
  • Severe allergic reactions
  • Sleep-related behaviors
  • Changes in thinking or behavior 
  • Daytime memory and performance problems
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Another side effect when taking prescription sleeping pills is the possibility of addiction. While most people assume sleeping pills are non-addictive, there are reports of people being unable to fall asleep without them. The inability to stop taking them, the need to increase the dosage over time, and experiencing withdrawal symptoms are all signs of serious sleeping pill addictions. Benzodiazepines (benzos) are a popular solution to sleeplessness. In 1977, benzos were the most prescribed medications in the world. Benzos work on the central nervous system, targeting certain receptors in the brain to produce a sedative effect. Benzos are commonly found in prescription sleeping pills as well as over the counter medications. However, these medications can cause a hangover effect that makes a person feel drowsy and groggy which makes everyday activities dangerous (driving, working, etc). This feeling can cause physical dependence and withdrawal symptoms and are highly addictive. 

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Relaxium Sleep

While there are many sleeping aids out there, Relaxium Sleep is America’s #1 Trust Sleep Aid and here is why:

  • The perfect synergistic blend of ingredients based on clinical experience and background 
  • The highest quality ingredients available, for reliable potency and effectiveness.
  • It’s safe and non-habit-forming which means it comes with no risk of side effects or dependency.
  • It’s made in the USA in an FDA-inspected facility for quality you can trust.
  • It’s an incredible value! 

Relaxium also has the perfect synergistic blend of nonaddictive ingredients. The ingredients include:

  • Valerest (228.9 mg) which is exclusive to Relaxium Sleep that can help to significantly improve the quality of life through better sleep.
  • Ashwagandha extract (125 mg) is a high potency extract that decreases stress and feelings of anxiety, improve your ability to sleep through the night, increase daytime energy and improve concentration.
  •  Magnesium citrate, glycinate, oxide (100 mg) which is the go to mineral if you want to relax muscles through the body and promote the release of mental and physical tension. 
  • L-Tryptophan (500 mg) is a natural way to obtain serotonin and melatonin which both promote a restful sleep. 
  • Melatonin (5 mg) is a drug-free hormone that is key to any effective Drug-Free sleep formula. With Relaxium, this melatonin is free of the contaminants often found in low-quality melatonin. 
  • Chamomile extract (75 mg) which delivers a nerve-soothing relaxation. 
  • Passionflower extract (75 mg) which is an ancient anti-stress remedy that helps to combat everyday stress regulating neurotransmitters in the brain that control mood and sleep. 
  • Gamma Amino Butyruc Acid (GABA) (100 mg) is a neurotransmitter that relieves stress, relaxes the body, and helps you get good sleep. As an added benefit, GABA appears to help keep cortisol at a lower level which is great for weight conscious. 

The goal for Relaxium is to offer an ultra-premium, drug-free, effective and non-habit forming sleep aid at an affordable price. This way, everyone can easily and safely get the benefits of healthy sleep, without worrying about dangerous side effects. 

At Relaxium, we have a simple mission – to create affordable, safe, and effective supplements. Through extensive research, we created four life enhancing supplements: Relaxium Sleep, Relaxium Calm, Relaxium Immune Defense, and Relaxium Focus Max. We use a perfect synergistic blend of ingredients in our products to ensure results. If you are interested in trying our Relaxium products, click here for more information!

To restful and healthy days ahead,

The Relaxium Team 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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