MooreSleep is a product designed to help people acquire a good night’s rest which, in turn, prevents stress, health problems and mental fatigue. Many people have a difficult time falling asleep, some even suffering from chronic insomnia. This supplement is designed to help people such as these, to fall asleep easier and have better sleep quality. What is more, this product supposedly doesn’t cause any grogginess the next day, making it possible to wake up happier, better rested and ready to start your day.
The manufacturer for MooreSleep is MooreMuscle, a company founded by Adam Moore, a fitness and nutritional coach. The claim that the company makes is that Moore himself designed all the formulas and had them tested, in order to help improve people’s physical and mental health.
MooreSleep contains: GABA, Inositol, 5-HTP, L-Theanine, Trytophan, Melatonin, Maltodextrin and Gelatin.
MooreSleep contains a mixed formulation of amino acids, minerals and other ingredients. The manufacturer claims that the founder of the company devised the formulation himself, but looking over the ingredient list, one cannot miss noticing that the formulation looks very similar to that of various other products available on the market.
GABA is one of the main inhibitory neurotransmitters in the human body, having potential effect as an anxiolytic and relaxing agent. The disadvantage of this amino-acid is that it’s not very successful in crossing the blood-brain barrier unless injected in large amounts, which is not the case with this supplement.
Inositol is a carbohydrate that recently begun being tested as a potential remedy for a series of psychiatric conditions. So far, the results of the tests have revealed promising results regarding bulimia, various forms of depression and anxiety disorders, but nothing regarding sleep or insomnia.
5-HTP is an amino acid used in the treatment of depression and insomnia, as well as an appetite suppressant. Its use as a sleep aid is increased by the presence of Melatonin, seeing as 5-HTP is a metabolic intermediate in the biosynthesis of the latter neurotransmitter. Melatonin is considered an effective sleep aid on its own, reducing the time required to fall asleep.
Although the manufacturer makes the claim that all of their formulas are tested, they provide no evidence or results of the testing, leaving us to question the effectiveness of this supplement until such evidence will be provided.
The recommended dose of MooreSleep is two capsules, half an hour before going to sleep. People under the age of 18, pregnant and nursing women are advised not to take this supplement.
- Contains no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives
- It is possible to purchase the product safely from the manufacturer
- Moderate shipping charges
- No evidence of testing done on the product
- No possibility of a free trial
- Expensive product – a monthly supply can cost up to $55
- Small amount of customer testimonials available
- Many similar products available on the market
- No information regarding refunds
Having a good night’s sleep is essential to the human body, as it provides us with the rest we need in order to handle our daily business. This explains the existence of so many supplements that claim to provide us with good rest, such as MooreSleep. Unfortunately, the claims aren’t always sufficiently backed up by evidence, leaving prospective customers wondering whether these products are a smart investment.
The small amount of testimonials we were able to find supported the claim that MooreMuscle makes about its product: the customers report falling asleep faster, feeling better rested, and that the supplement worked from the first try.
If you find yourself having trouble sleeping, we advise you consult a doctor who can guide you in choosing the best form of treatment. We also strongly advise you conduct your own research before deciding to purchase a health supplement of any kind.