With Melatrol Natural Sleep Aid You’ll Sleep Peacefully – Every Night
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Were you tossing and turning again last night? Counting sheep until you’d gathered a whole flock? Beating your pillow to a pulp?
Were you staring at the ceiling thinking “I need some help! I’ve GOT to get some sleep!”?
Melatrol Natural Sleep Aid helps you fall asleep and stay asleep.
Relieves daily stress
Helps you relax
Gives you that wonderful, drowsy, sleepy feeling
Lets you wake up in the morning feeling great!
Relax. Relieve stress and anxiety naturally
Relaxed, peaceful sleep is as important to your health and productivity as food. If you aren’t getting at least seven hours of sleep every night, you're not promoting optimal health and well-being. You just don't perform as well, the next day. Frankly, you’ll just plain be grouchy.
Melatrol Natural Sleep Aid is made with Melatonin and other natural ingredients. Melatonin works with your own body to support its natural sleep cycle It's combined with natural herbs to encourage relaxation.
Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the body to establish your circadian rhythm (natural sleep cycle.) It’s the hormone that helps you to feel sleepy, close your eyes, and then slip easily into peaceful, deep sleep.
No one knows why the body doesn’t always produce enough melatonin every evening. Stress is certainly a factor. Caffeine, alcohol, irregular sleep patterns of night workers, and excitement just before bedtime, are all contributors.
Even too much light in your room and watching TV before bed will affect your ability to sleep properly.
Melatrol helps you reestablish regular sleep patterns, so you'll wake up feeling ready to take on the world.
Melatrol helps with occasional sleeplessness.
Everyone has nights when they just can’t get to sleep. Then, there are those nights when you fall asleep, but wake up a few hours later and can’t get back to sleep, no matter what.
You’ll love Melatrol for its gentle support. Melatrol lets you relax, put your cares away until tomorrow, and love your pillow again. Your partner will love you for being peaceful in bed rather than tossing and turning all night.
Melatrol Natural Sleep Aid doesn’t give you that 'hung-over' feeling
With Melatrol, you won’t have that that dull, “hung-over” feeling the next day. Instead, you’ll wake up feeling refreshed and rested.
As your body re-establishes its natural sleep cycle, you’ll find you can sleep more easily. You won’t become addicted to Melatrol in order to get to sleep.
If you are pregnant or nursing a baby, please check with your health care professional before using. Also, if you are taking prescription medication, discuss Melatrol with your doctor. The ingredients may not work with certain prescriptions.
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