Sweet Dreams

Gentle, sleep-promoting ingredients: L-theanine, chamomile and lemon balm • Promotes relaxation without drowsiness and enhances quality of sleep • Fast acting, not sedative, and not habit-forming

“Beauty sleep” is about waking up refreshed, full of energy, and ready to take on each day. Unfortunately, in modern societies sleep problems are increasingly common and for a great number of people, stress is the culprit for those long, restless nights. Stress takes many forms, such as demanding jobs, personal interactions, even traffic - causing overactive minds and anxieties that can keep us wide awake. In addition, the modern attachment to smartphones and tablets means we’re often stimulated by those small screens up until the moment we want to close our eyes. As a result, the ability to relax and unwind at bedtime can be an ongoing challenge.

SISU Sweet Dreams can help restore and maintain healthy sleep patterns and bring back restful nights for the body and mind. Its natural, clinically-validated ingredients promote mental relaxation, help calm overactive thoughts and reduce anxiety by balancing neurotransmitters in the brain, and can enhance the long-term quality of sleep without side effects… making the rest easy.

Product Highlights

  • L-Theanine is a natural amino acid found in green tea and derived through bacterial fermentation for supplements
  • Balances brain neurotransmitters (which communicate information between nerve cells) and stimulates the alpha brain waves present when we are relaxed yet alert
  • Promotes mental relaxation and helps “quiet the brain”, which prepares us for sleep
    Reduces anxiety and improves mental focus and performance without over-stimulation
  • Lemon balm and chamomile are traditionally used to reduce anxiety and promote calmness
  • Added lavender extract traditionally used to reduce restlessness, insomnia, nervousness, and depression
  • Reduces caffeine jitters
  • Starts working rapidly and the effects last for hours
  • Can be taken together with melatonin when reduced melatonin is one of the causes of sleep disruption