Cerenity PM – Excell for Life Sleep Product Update!
We are now carrying Cerenity PM, which has comprehensive sleep cycle support! (taurine, 5htp, PharmaGABA, Phosphatidyl serine, Vitamin C, niacin, Vit B6, folate, calcium, magnesium, & zinc)
- increases GABA (which enables the body & mind to relax and fall asleep, and sleep soundly through the night)
- increases Melatonin
- decreases sleep latency
- blunts stress cortisol response
- reduces muscle tension
- prolongs very important for memory & healing REM sleep
- should be taken 1-2 hours before bedtime (dosing is 2 to 4 capsules/night)
Cerenity PM is a great option to replace Restaze PM and Kavinase/Kavinase PM. One of their minor ingredients, Phenibut, is no longer able to be sold in the US (and other countries previously due to a potential of addiction in high doses).
- If you are now taking Restaze PM (or Kavinase PM), then continue it ALONG with 2 Cerenity PM 1-2 hours before bedtime, and then you can stop the Restaze once you are out and continue the Cerenity PM
- If you are out of Restaze PM, then start Cerenity PM 4 capsules 1-2 hours before bed for a month, and then usually you can decrease to 2/night
If you do not feel Cerenity PM works as well for you than Restaze PM, then you can instead take:
- 1-2 of our chewable Insomnitol (Valerian, Passion Flower, Lemon Balm, Chamomile, PharmGABA, L-theonine, 5-HTP, Melatonin, Vitamin B6) nightly
- along with 1-2 of our chew-able GABATrex (L-theanine) nightly
- Nurse Melissa loves this combination for sleep, taking 2 of each nightly for a great night’s sleep!
Make sure to prioritize sleep, with at least 8-9 hours in bed nightly! Sleep is the absolute first & most important foundation of good health. Follow the National Institute of Health’s 12 tips for healthy sleep. All 12 are superb, but if you can only adhere to one of these each and every day, then make it going to bed and waking up at the same time of day no matter what. According to national sleep expert, Dr. Matthew Walker (author of “Why We Sleep”), this is the single most effective way of helping improve your sleep, even though it involves the use of an alarm clock.