MTN OPS Slumber Deep Sleep Recovery

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Slumber™ contains Melatonin + Magnesium—the combination of these two ingredients support a stress free, relaxing deep sleep. Melatonin supports regular sleep & wake cycles while calming the body and mind, eliminating anxiety for optimized night-time recovery. Melatonin safely and effectively restores balance to the body’s circadian rhythm, during night-time achieving a restful night’s sleep, while keeping your biological clock ticking throughout a long-healthy life span. Magnesium helps activate neurotransmitters that are responsible for calming the body and the mind. In order to fall asleep and stay asleep, your body and brain need to relax. On a chemical level, magnesium aids this process by activating the parasympathetic nervous system, the system responsible for getting you calm and relaxed. It also regulates the hormone melatonin, which guides sleep-wake cycles in your body. Second, this mineral binds to gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) receptors. GABA is the neurotransmitter responsible for quieting down nerve activity. By helping to quiet the nervous system, magnesium helps prepare your body and mind for sleep.

Full list of features can be found on the MTN OPS product page.

Benefits

  • Sleep (Deep & Restful)

  • Reduce Stress

  • Calming (Anti-Anxiety)

  • Muscle Recovery

  • Amazing & Enjoyable Taste

  • Safe for men and women

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