About Sleep Balancer
 
This product is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any disease. The statements about this product have not been approved by the FDA.
 
Many people have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, avoiding waking up early and feeling tired or exhausted even after a full night’s sleep. These conditions are often the result of a circadian rhythm sleep disorder, where your body’s biological clock does not respond well to cues in the environment that help you to align your circadian rhythms.
 
What are Circadian Rhythms?
Humans and most animals and plants have biological rhythms that create physical, mental and behavioral changes throughout the body. Known as “circadian rhythms,” these changes follow a roughly 24-hour cycle, responding primarily to light and darkness.
 
What Makes Circadian Rhythms Important?
Circadian rhythms affect body temperature, alertness, appetite, hormone secretion as well as sleep timing and other body functions.  These rhythms are controlled by a  “master biological clock” called the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) that is located in the hypothalamus.
 
How Does Your Body Make and Keep Its Own Circadian Rhythms?
Circadian rhythms are produced by natural processes within your body but are affected by signals (called “zeitgebers”) from the environment. The amount of light is the main cue influencing circadian rhythms. Other cues include temperature, daily routines, supplements, medicine, alcohol, exercise and eating/drinking patterns. Some cues will cause you to fall asleep later or wake up earlier. Other cues will cause you to fall asleep sooner and stay sleeping longer. People with a healthy sleep balance can respond and adjust easily to whatever environmental cues they are receiving in order to get sufficient sleep and awake time appropriate for normal work, school and social functioning.
 
How Can Circadian Rhythm Disorders Affect You?
Circadian rhythm disorders are believed to be caused by an inability to reset the sleep/wake cycle in response to environmental cues. People with this disorder may be unable to sleep and wake at times required for normal work, school and social function. While the effect may be temporary, like experiencing jet lag after a long cross-country flight or adjusting to a change in your work time from dayshift to nightshift, chronic conditions such as insomnia and disrupted sleep-wake cycles can carry on for months and even years. Abnormal circadian rhythms have also been associated with depression, bipolar disorder and seasonal affective disorder.
 
Is There a Solution?
Solutions can be difficult. Medicines can give short-term relief but may have difficult side effects. Supplements such as melatonin or the Sleep Balancer™ may also provide temporary help. If chronic conditions exist, please see your doctor.
 
In a study of 75 people, the majority identified improvements in their overall sleep balance (falling asleep, staying asleep, avoiding waking up early, waking up relaxed and refreshed) after taking the Sleep Balancer vs. without taking the Sleep Balancer.
 
How to Use the Sleep Balancer
Take once per day, every day, to improve your sleep balance. NOT a sleeping pill. Place 20 drops (1 ml) under your tongue, once per day, preferably between 6pm – 8pm. Hold for approximately 2-3 minutes. Avoid food or water for approximately 10 minutes. If you are currently taking a different product or supplement, transition over a 3-4 week period*
 
How to Transition from your current sleep aid product or supplement:
Take your current product and the Sleep Balancer for 5-to-7 days.
After 5-to-7 days, start taking ¾ of the serving size of the other product and the full serving size of the Sleep Balancer
After 5-to-7 more days, start taking ½ of your original serving size of the other product
After 5-to-7 more days, take ¼ of your original serving size of the other product
After this 3-to-4 week period, you can fully transition to the Sleep Balancer. If you take more than one product, only transition one product at a time. E.g.- transitioning 2 products will take 6-8 weeks.
 
GROGGY? Some morning grogginess may occur as you overcome a sleep deficit. If grogginess continues longer than 7 days, discontinue use.
 
FOR JET LAG
Take one serving prior to, during and after flight to help reduce the effects of jet lag. Continue taking the Sleep Balancer daily while on your trip and again on your return flight.
 
CAUTION
DDo not take Sleep Balancer™ if you are pregnant or nursing. Keep bottle in cool, dry place and out of direct sunlight.
 
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The statements appearing on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or the Federal Trade Commission. These products are not intended to treat, diagnose, prevent or cure any disease. The products are not intended to treat obesity or sleep-related diseases. Before beginning any diet or exercise program, always consult with your licensed health care provider. Do not take these products if you are pregnant or nursing. Typical results for losing weight for users of the Weight Balancing System Main program version are 5-10 lbs per month for women and 10-14 lbs per month for men for the first month. Results achieved by the real people shown on this website may not be the results you obtain. Our research reveals approximately half of users have kept their weight off after six months and half have returned 10-40% due to falling back into old habits and patterns. A healthy weight balance can be maintained through responsible food choices, exercise, 7-8 hours of restful sleep and managing stress