Progressive Health Moderex Insomnia and Anxiety

Progressive Health Moderex Insomnia and Anxiety
Lack of Sleep
Everyone has had at least one restless or sleepless night. The tossing and turning you encountered could have been caused by a multitude of factors; including stress, illness, anxiety, or perhaps, the over consumption of caffeine or alcohol.
Whatever the reason, chances are you hate not sleeping. Not having enough of it (sleep) severely impacts our ability to be productive at work or even at play. We feel lethargic, lack concentration, and are far more sensitive to emotional and physical stressors. Basically, we just aren't ourselves.
The fact remains: sleep and relaxation are just as important, if not more, than diet and exercise. It's our body's way of recuperating. Think of us as say… a rechargeable battery. When we sleep our mind and body go through a replenishment process. We can compare batteries being inserted into the charger to our climbing into bed for a long slumber. Only when the charger is plugged in, however, do the batteries begin to recharge. We can equate this to our sleep process. But for some, "plugging in" to good sleep remains extremely difficult.
Even a few nights of bad sleep can affect your mood and performance. As well, experts state that the longer a sleep problem lasts, the less likely it will go away without some form of intervention. Insomnia should not be ignored. It is not a fact of life, as so many Americans believe, and there is help.
Enter Moderex. This unique dietary supplement has been designed to provide you with an all natural tool for obtaining a restful night's sleep. Its unique blend of amino acids, botanicals, and nutrients work to help you fall asleep faster, sleep longer without interruptions, and wake-up refreshed. Whether you suffer from occasional sleeplessness or chronic insomnia, Moderex's proven abilities guarantee you a fulfilling nights rest.
Moderex, a natural remedy for anxiety and insomnia, is an effective alternative to help you get to sleep and stay asleep. In addition, you will get relief from your feelings of anxieity.
How does it work? Read below...
Do You Have Insomnia & Anxiety?
If you are constantly struggling with sleep quality, not getting enough sleep, and suffer from the following symptoms, you may have insomnia. Ask yourself these questions.
Do you:
  • Have problems falling asleep?
  • Frequently wake up during the night and cannot fall back asleep?
  • Waking up earlier than you want in the morning?
  • Have un-refreshing sleep, even after sleeping a good 7-9 hours?
If you've said yes to any of these questions, know that you're not alone. A recent study reported that nearly half of all Americans have some difficulty sleeping, and only 35% of adults get the recommended amount of sleep.
However, experts are quick to point out that only 1 in 3 people suffer from a chronic disorder. But regardless of its frequency, a loss of sleep wreaks havoc on our emotional and physical well being. Prolonged insomnia can impair concentration, diminish memory, cause headaches, and increase the risk of substance abuse and motor vehicle accidents.
Signs and Symptoms:
Signs and symptoms of insomnia/lack of sleep differ from person to person. Some individuals may suffer from anxiety approaching bedtime, while others fail to feel refreshed even after getting and abundant amount of sleep. Other symptoms may include; not being able to sleep despite being extremely tired, daytime drowsiness, irritability, feeling of depression, and impaired ability to perform normal activities.
Types of Insomnia:
There are two types of insomnia; chronic and short term. Chronic insomnia, or on-going insomnia, occurs at least three nights a week over a month's time. There are two classifications of chronic insomnia;
Primary Insomnia: Insomnia not related to any other health problems.
Secondary Insomnia: Insomnia caused by an underlying medical condition (physical and mental), drugs, or poor sleep environment.
Short term (transient) insomnia is sleeplessness lasting for one night to a few weeks. Intermittent insomnia is the last class of insomnia and is characterized by 'bouts' of insomnia, or insomnia occurring from time to time.
Standard Treatments
Treating insomnia has proven extremely difficult for patients and care providers alike. Each individual presents his/her own set of unique problems and circumstances. There exists no cure-all for people suffering from chronic sleep problems; rather physicians aim to treat the condition through a multi-factorial approach. Four of the most popular methods for treating insomnia include:
Reconditioning: Reconditioning therapy is a method which involves adjusting the patient's use of the bed to nothing more than a place of rest. Patients must eliminate reading or watching TV in bed, and use it only to sleep.
Sleep Restriction: Sleep Restriction is done under the guidance of a physician. This technique is used to lessen the time spent in bed by the patient. People with insomnia often spend too much time in bed trying to fall asleep. Going to bed later or waking earlier is done until normal sleep patterns return.
Relaxation Therapy: This type of theory aims to reduce stress, tension, and anxiety in patients; thereby relaxing the muscles and diminishing 'racing' thoughts.
Medications: Perhaps the most controversial of all treatments, despite its success, medications are used to alleviate anxiety and treat underlying medical conditions (e.g. depression) that may be contributing to the condition.*
*The medications used to treat insomnia (over-the-counter and prescription) carry an extreme risk of physical and psychological dependency. In addition, there are many side effects associated with the use of these drugs; including morning grogginess, dry mouth, dizziness, and nervousness. Lastly, the majority of these medications are recommended for a maximum of 14 days of continuous use.
Moderex is the all natural, safe, and long-term solution for your insomnia and anxiety.
Understanding that sleep is essential, Progressive Health has created Moderex to bridge the gap between your sleeplessness and a great night's rest. Trouble sleeping is often the result of naturally occurring chemicals in the brain, particularly adrenaline and noradrenaline. These chemicals are used by the body for alertness. However, in insomnia these "awake" chemicals are more active than your "sedentary" chemicals.
The most important of all the "sedentary" chemicals, as far as sleep is concerned, is GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid). This chemical slows down brain activity, relaxing the body and allowing you to sleep. In the majority of insomnia sufferers, GABA doesn't work as it should.
The result? Restlessness and problems falling asleep. Moderex has been developed to correct such imbalances; enhancing GABA's activity in the brain and helping you to fall and stay asleep.
Additionally, Moderex's secondary ingredients have been shown to be to equally effective at achieving significant sedative effects, as well as aiding your body's natural output of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and nervous system function. What's more, all the ingredients contained in this unique formula are 100% natural.
Here's what's inside:
is essential for the proper functioning of several brain neurotransmitters, including serotonin and acetylcholine. In clinical studies, inositol has been reported to be useful in treating depression and panic disorder.
Valerian Root
has traditionally been used in folk medicine as a sedative to soothe anxiety and treat insomnia. Clinical studies have shown that supplementation with valerian root may improve sleep quality and relieve insomnia.
GABA (Gamma Amino Butyric Acid)
is an amino acid involved in calming neurotransmitter activity in the brain. Studies suggest that GABA supplementation relieves stress and anxiety, and calms the mind and body.
Kava Kava
has traditionally been used in the Polynesian islands to calm the body and mind and promote sociability. Studies report that kava supplementation relieves stress and anxiety, and improves mood and well-being.
Lupulin (Hops,pollen)
has been used for millennia as a mild sedative and to soothe anxiety. It has been shown to be a central nervous system depressant.
Glutamic Acid
is an essential neurotransmitter in the central nervous system and a precursor to GABA, another ingredient in Moderex.
Magnesium (amino acid chelate)
is involved in many vital body functions including transmission of nerve impulses and muscle contractions.
is a form of vitamin B3 (also called nicotinamide) used to support nervous system health.
Passion Flower
has traditionally been used by the Aztecs to relieve anxiety and treat insomnia. Passion flower is synergistic with other ingredients in Moderex, including valerian.
Thiamine HCL
Also known as vitamin B1, thiamine is essential for nerve and tissue function, energy production in the brain, and the proper functioning of the brain neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.
5-Hydroxy Tryptophan
is a neurotransmitter in the brain that regulates our moods and sleeping patterns, and is a precursor for serotonin and melatonin. In clinical studies, 5-hydroxy tryptophan (5-HTP) has been shown to be effective in treating anxiety, depression, and insomnia.
Moderex Supplement Facts:
Serving Size 1 Capsule Amount Per Serving Daily Value
Servings Per Container 30
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate) 25 mg 1667%
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide) 25 mg 125%
Magnesium (Amino Acid Chelate) 25 mg 6%
Inositol 175 mg *
Valerian (root) Valerian Officinalis 150 mg *
GABA 100 mg *
Skull Cap (herb) Scutellaria Lateriflora 75 mg *
Hops (flower) Humulus Lupulus 50 mg *
Glutamic Acid 15 mg *
Passion Flower (flower tops) Passiflora Incarnate 25 mg *
5 HTP 15 mg *
Other Ingredients:
Vegetarian Capsule (Hypromellose), Rice Powder, Magnesium Stearate.
*Daily Value Not Established


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