Focus on Insomnia
For a good night and a good morning
Unfortunately a good and deep sleep and wake up the next morning refreshed isn’ t naturally for many people. Insomnia can have many different causes and must always be medically clarified. One cause can be a deficiency of amino acids. Amino acids are the precursors of some proteins that provide for a good sleep, a harmonious sleep / wake rhythm, and a sufficient sleep phase. Some amino acids have an influence on neurotransmitters in the brain or act even as those. A sleep-inducing effect has been described for individual amino acids in scientific studies. The interaction of amino acids and the relation to each other are extremly important.
Reduce stress – build up sleep
A high stress level is usually associated with sleep disorders. Ongoing and persistent stress can be both psychological and physical. In such a case, a sufficient supply of amino acids, vitamins and other vital substances is very helpful besides regular relaxation exercises and supports the organism in case of increased demands. This can also remediate deficiency states, which are in the way of a good sleep.
Insomnia can have far-reaching consequences
- Constant fatigue
- Concentration weakness
- It has been scientifically proven that a too short sleeping period can lead to weight gain.
- Increased incidence of inflammatory reactions. This, in turn, has a massive impact to the emergence of many chronic diseases, such as the cardiovascular system or metabolism.
For those who want to know more!
Our experts will be happy to advise you:
Determine the amino acid demands – Check your current status.
This blood test gives information about your personal demands for high quality amino acids.
Once the results are obtained, Vitalogic is tailor-made for you.