OxySleep promises to be an all-natural dietary supplement suitable for people who experience occasional sleep troubles, as direct benefits may include improved sleep, less interruptions and waking during the night, and a decrease in restless, and trouble falling asleep symptoms.
Oxy Sleep use will eventually help build up healthy sleeping patterns or restore them, in case sleep problems may have something to do with changes in diet, lifestyle or other contextual factors.
The formula features as core ingredients herbs such as Valerian Root, Ashwagandha and Nardostchya Jatamanshi, which are traditionally used to treat sleep related problems. The formula is designed to be by adults only. Because an official presentation page for the formula and for the manufacturer seem to be absent, it is impossible for us to determine the source of the ingredients and extracts, the concentrations used to create the formula, or information on production processes.
It is always a downside to see a company or a product that lacks an online presence, particularly because consumers usually go online to gather information and later address their physician for advice. It is detrimental to the products image as far as we are concerned.
OxySleep contains the following ingredients: Nardostchya Jatamanshi, Valeriana Wallichi, Withania Somnifera, Piper Longum Root, and Melatonin.
The formula includes the following herbal extracts Nardostchya Jatamanshi, Valeriana Wallichi, Withania Somnifera, and Piper Longum Root. The Valerian Root is perhaps the most popular among them.
Melatonin, the only non-herbal ingredient in OxySleep is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pineal gland in the brain. Its functions are numerous and include sleep and wake cycles controlling mechanisms. Normally, Melatonin levels start to increase in the mid-to late evening as the body prepares for sleep, and start dropping in the early hours of the morning. Also, natural Melatonin levels slowly decrease as one ages; this is why some older adults seem to need less and less sleep.
Dietary sources are scarce (grains, meats, certain fruits and vegetables) and usually contain small amounts of the hormone. Melatonin supplements promise to raise levels of this hormone inside the body hence fighting sleep problems and jet lag. Side effects of using melatonin supplements include sleepiness, vivid dreams, drowsiness or lower body temperature.
OxySleep apparently features a natural form of Melatonin; however the source of it is not clear in the absence of the label. And because the Melatonin used is natural, the manufacturer claims the formula is free of then common side effects mentioned n the above paragraph.
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- OxySleep is a natural formulation, featuring herbal extracts and naturally obtained Melatonin
- The formula is available at an good price, and certain price promotions make it even more affordable
- The formula’s effectiveness is not documented by consumer testimonials, except for a very small number (less than 10 at the time of this review)
- There are no details on a money-back guarantee being available for the supplement
- There is no official presentation page for the formula or for the manufacturing company, which raises concerns regarding their reputation and effectiveness
The causes of insomnia and sleep problems are numerous and identifying what it is that makes somebody stay awake at night is not always easy. Treatments should be specialized and personalized, but because of the difficulty in finding the cause it is hard. Solutions such as OxySleep usually include a mixture of herbs and other ingredients that may address the various causes of sleep problems, from a hormonal imbalance to changes in lifestyle. The formula should be used as a temporary solution, and if symptoms persist specialized help should be sought out immediately.