Monday, May 25, 2015
Vita Sciences Maxasorb Melatonin...
Vita Sciences Maxasorb Melatonin
Contains 60 doses.
On sale for 19.95 (but you can save 10% if you sign up it says).
Here is what the site says:
Melatonin is the hormone that controls daily day-night cycles of sleep. Some sleep disorders, such as insomnia and Delayed Sleep Phase Syndrome (DSPS), are attributed to low melatonin levels. Travelers suffering from jet lag and swing shift workers may also benefit from supplemented melatonin. As we age our bodies do not make sufficient melatonin. Sleep enhancement is possible in healthy people as well with additional melatonin that may:
* Decrease the time needed to fall asleep;
* Increase sleepiness;
* Increase sleep duration.
Each measured dose of Maxasorb Melatonin lotion from our airless dispenser delivers 3 milligrams of melatonin with a full press of the pump. Just before bedtime, rub the easily absorbed, odorless lotion on your arms or legs. For travelers trying to ease the effects of jet lag, apply Maxasorb™ Melatonin lotion the day of travel close to the target bedtime at your destination. This will aid in falling asleep faster, improves alertness during the day, and reduces daytime fatigue. Use the product throughout the trip and for a week after return to help your body readjust its natural sleep cycle. Natural ingredients assure this lotion is gentle to your skin.
Now I've tried this three times so far, and sadly I don't know if it's helping that much, but I'm wondering if it's an issue with me and Melatonin really. I've tried it in pill form with not much help either and I thought a cream might work better, might absorb better maybe or something. But doesn't seem to be the case. I can also say that it seems to absorb in the skin quickly and doesn't have a scent which is nice. Even though this doesn't seem to be helping me I must admit I am curious about their joint cream I see on their site, I've been having such issues with my joints. But this one for me personally was a bust and I'm sad about it, cause I have the epitome of sleep issues.