Solution For Mid-Nite Insomnia
According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 60 percent of adults or roughly 40 million American adults suffer from a sleep problem at least a few nights a week. Thatâ€™s a lot of people losing a lot of sleep, until now.
For many people, sleepless nights are the norm rather than the exception. While some have a hard time falling asleep, even more have a hard time getting back to sleep once they have awakened in the middle of the night.
According to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), 60 percent of adults or roughly 40 million American adults suffer from a sleep problem at least a few nights a week. That’s a lot of people losing a lot of sleep, until now.
“I launched MidNite because I had a problem for which I could find no solution,” explains Holly Rosenthal, president of Concepts in Health, a Blauvelt, NY-based company. “My husband, an anesthesiologist, developed the product for me, to help with my debilitating middle-of-the-night insomnia.”
MidNite (http://midnitesleep.com) is a natural supplement that’s patented formula is the first and only that can be taken at any time of night without morning grogginess. Its natural sleep ingredient melatonin is chemically identical to the one the body makes to regulate the sleep-wake cycle, and its relaxation properties are boosted with herbals like lavender, chamomile and lemon balm.
Rosenthal explains that, because not getting out of bed is key to falling back to sleep, the product was developed as a pleasant-tasting chewable tablet that can be taken from bed without water. MidNite has seen tremendous growth since its launch, as sleep sufferers discover there is something they can stake anytime to get back to sleep. “Within six months of being on the shelves, it became one of the top non-prescription brands,” says Rosenthal. “What sets this apart is that it’s made with all-natural ingredients, and you can take it at any time of the night without feeling groggy or drugged in the morning, like you would with others.”
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