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Fall Asleep Bundle

Fall Asleep Bundle To Help You Fall Asleep†

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What It Is

Magnesium Glycinate and Quick Release Melatonin deliver magnesium and melatonin to the body, to support healthy restful sleep.

Bundle contains 1 bottle Quick Release Melatonin (60 tablets) and 1 bottle Magnesium Glycinate (120 tablets).

How to Use:

As a dietary supplement, take one- to two (1-2) Magnesium tablets and (1) Melatonin tablet 30 minutes before bedtime or as directed by your health care professional.

How It Helps

Suggested for those who have difficulty falling asleep, Cooper Complete Fall Asleep Bundle contains 1 bottle each of:

Quick Release Melatonin

Melatonin has been shown to help regulate sleep/wake cycles, support normal immune function, and protect cells from free radical damage.† At night or in the dark, the body’s melatonin production rises but the amount produced begins to decline from adolescence until it is virtually absent in the elderly. Quick Release Melatonin supplement is recommended for individuals who have difficulty falling asleep, but then are able to stay asleep.† Specifically designed for those who need help going to sleep, Quick Release Melatonin supplement releases 3 mg of melatonin quickly over a short period of time. Unlike many prescription sleep aids, quick release melatonin doesn’t increase drowsiness or have a “hangover” effect the following day.

Magnesium Glycinate

Magnesium improves melatonin regulation for better sleep cycles. It also helps calm an overactive nervous system to promote relaxation. While some forms of magnesium are sold with the purpose of relaxing the bowels, magnesium glycinate is less likely to cause diarrhea, making it a good form to take prior to bedtime.

Frequently Asked Questions

How does Quick Release Melatonin work?

Quick Release Melatonin is quickly absorbed by the body. Quick Release Melatonin is suggested for individuals who have difficulty falling asleep.

What is Melatonin?

Melatonin, a hormone produced by the pineal gland in the brain, helps control sleep and wake cycles, essentially the internal clock in our body. Melatonin plays a role in regulating our natural wake-sleep cycle (circadian rhythm), with levels of melatonin increasing as exposure to light decreases, and decreasing with light exposure increases.

Is there anyone who should not take Melatonin?

Because melatonin is a hormone, testosterone and estrogen metabolism may be affected. For this same reason, women who are pregnant, or couples who are attempting to conceive should not take melatonin.

Diabetics, those with low-blood pressure (naturally or through medications), and individuals taking warfarin or other blood thinning medications should talk with their physician before taking melatonin.

Will Melatonin make me drowsy or “hungover” the following day, like many prescription sleep aids?

Unlike many prescription sleep aids, melatonin doesn’t increase drowsiness or have a “hangover” effect the following day. However, Melatonin should not be taken when fewer than 8 hours remain for sleep/rest.

Will Melatonin change my dreams?

Possibly. Some individuals taking Melatonin report vivid dreams.

Does Melatonin help jet lag?

In several human studies, researchers found that melatonin supplementation reduces the number of days needed to establish a normal sleep pattern. Travelers took melatonin on the day of travel (close to the target bedtime of the destination) and for several days thereafter. Looking at several studies on the impact of melatonin and jet lag, melatonin seemed to provide benefit for about half the people.

I tend to keep a regular sleep schedule during the week and then stay up late on weekends. Would Melatonin help me get to sleep at my normal time on Sunday evening?

Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS) is the scientific term for delayed weekend sleep pattern, or the difficulty that many people experience each Sunday night trying to get back onto their “weeknight” sleep schedule after staying up much later on Friday and Saturday night. One study showed the time taken to fall asleep was reduced from almost 60 minutes to a few seconds over 20 minutes.

Does Melatonin help sleep in the elderly?

Several human studies have found that taking melatonin before bedtime reduces the time it takes to fall asleep in elderly individuals with insomnia. Improved sleep quality and morning alertness were also found. Unfortunately, the studies were short in duration.

Can I take this product if I am also taking Coumadin or Warfarin?

If you are taking Coumadin or Warfarin, we recommend consulting your doctor before adding any supplements to your diet.

What is Magnesium Glycinate?

Magnesium Glycinate is the magnesium salt of glycine, also known as magnesium diglycinate or magnesium bisglycinate. It benefits sleep, health, heart health, energy production, and bone health. Magnesium Glycinate is one of the easier forms of magnesium supplements for the stomach to digest.

Does Magnesium Glycinate have a laxative effect?

A common complaint about magnesium is the laxative qualities of magnesium. Magnesium Glycinate has very little, if any, laxative effect.

What are some food sources of magnesium?

Green leafy vegetables, nuts, beans, and whole grains are good sources of magnesium as are coffee, tea, and chocolate. Although magnesium is found in many common foods, US dietary surveys such as the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) consistently show magnesium intake at lower than recommended amounts.

How much magnesium should I take per day?

The Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for magnesium varies by age and gender. Adult women need 310-360 mg per day while adult men need 400-420 mg. It is important to speak with your physician before taking supplements to understand your specific needs.

How much elemental magnesium is in each tablet?

Each Cooper Complete Magnesium Glycinate tablet contains 100 mg elemental magnesium.

When should I take Magnesium Glycinate?

We suggest that Magnesium Glycinate be taken with your evening meal. Magnesium supplements should not be taken within two (2) hours of the osteoporosis medication Fosamax. Many antibiotics should be taken at least 2 hours before or 4-6 hours after a magnesium supplement.

What are signs of magnesium deficiency?

Symptoms of magnesium deficiency can include nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, fatigue, and weakness. As magnesium deficiency worsens, numbness, tingling, muscle contractions and cramps, seizures and abnormal heart rhythms can occur.

Who is at risk of magnesium deficiency?

The National Institutes Health lists older adults and people with gastrointestinal diseases, type 2 diabetes and alcohol dependence as the top groups at risk of magnesium deficiency.

Should I take calcium with magnesium?

Calcium and magnesium have a complicated relationship. Magnesium is essential for the absorption and metabolism of calcium inside the body. It’s important to keep these two minerals in balance. Too much calcium and/or too little magnesium can have negative health effects. It is important to speak with your physician before taking supplements to understand your specific needs.

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