Your Ultimate Sleep Bundle is the perfect combination of plant-based supplements for those who suffer persistent, regular or intermittent issues with getting to sleep, falling to sleep or waking early. The bundle helps provide complete sleep, helping your mind and body relax so you get to sleep more easily, enjoy deeper sleep, and ensures you wake refreshed and recharged.
How to take the Ultimate Sleep Bundle
Your three supplements in our Ultimate Sleep Bundl work in harmony.
Important for lowing cortisol, take one capsule 1-2 hours before bedtime.
Take one or two Vegan Nights® capsules up to 2 hours before bedtime.
For some people, taking their Vegan Nights® 30 minutes before bed works well, for others two hours before bedtime works better. Adapt to what works best for you.
Take one or two capsules in the evening before bedtime.
Our Magnesium is highly absorbable, free of any additives, so many customers find they only need one capsule a day to support their needs.
We know how important sleep is, so if you have any questions at anytime about your Ultimate Sleep Bundle, or your sleep, please get in touch by emailing us at email@example.com and our expert nutritionists will be very happy to help.
How they work
Vegan Nights' naturally sourced and plant-based ingredients are expertly formulated to create the optimal conditions to put your mind and body at rest for deeper and regenerative sleep. Here are the stars of Vegan Nights:
L-Glycine: An amino-acid found in protein rich foods including meat, fish, dairy and legumes, numerous studies show L-Glycine has a calming effect on your brain, reducing the time it takes to fall asleep and enhancing sleep quality. It also has a regenerative effect, reducing feelings of tiredness during the day.
L-Theanine: Also an amino-acid and found most commonly in green and black tea, studies show L-Theanine helps your body relax and has been taken for years to help reduce feelings of stress and anxiety.
5-HTP: 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) is an amino-acid that your body naturally produces. 5-HTP produces serotonin, which is converted to melatonin, your sleep hormone that regulates your sleep cycle. Low levels of serotonin are associated with sleep disorders so 5-HTP helps combat this by stimulating serotonin and in turn melatonin.
Zinc & Magnesium: Zinc is naturally found in plant and animal foods and is a real mineral 'Superhero' alongside Magnesium. Zinc works with the Vegan Nights’ amino-acids by helping metabolise melatonin, and plays a critical role in your neurotransmitter function. Magnesium is an essential mineral for your psychological wellbeing and the normal function of your nervous system.
Chamomile: For years Chamomile has been used as a natural remedy to treat insomnia. Our plant-extract Chamomile contains 'apigenin', a natural plant-compound that is believed to induce sleepiness when it binds to the GABA receptors in your brain.
Ashwagandha does many things and one of it's most important benefits is to lower cortisol. Cortisol is your stress hormone and a little known but very common inhibitor of melatonin, your sleep hormone.
As a result, if you suffer higher levels of anxiety and cortisol in the evenings, Ashwagandha KSM-66® is an effective supplement to enable sleep, and particularly alongside Vegan Nights® which also form our Destress & Sleep Bundle.
From improving resistance to stress, helping overcome anxiety and insomnia, enhancing memory and cognitive function, to supporting your strength, stamina and endurance, there are many benefits of Ashwagandha KSM-66. Learn more here from our nutritionists about the 'Benefits of Ashwagandha'.
Magnesium is known as the 'Mineral Superhero' due to its many benefits, one of which is to support better sleep.
Magnesium helps regulate neurotransmitters that send signals throughout your nervous system and brain, and helping regulate your psychological wellbeing. Magnesium also helps regulate melatonin, your sleep hormone that controls your sleep cycle, which is why people often take Magnesium before bedtime to improve the quality of their sleep.
Tips to help you sleep
Your sleep is affected by many factors including age, weight, exercise, stress, your hormones and of course a healthy and varied diet which is so important!
Research shows those who exercise are significantly less likely to experience issues with their sleep. Learn more in the results of our research 'The Sleep Problem’ and how small changes in exercise and lifestyle can affect your sleep.
Your diet is important
Your diet can also play a major role in your sleep. Our expert nutritionists have put together the best tips for your diet and lifestyle for enjoying better sleep.
Learn more in 'How your diet can help your sleep'.