A Good Night’s Sleep

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There is really nothing quite like a good night’s sleep. That restful, uninterrupted, seven to eight  hours that we know we should be getting for optimal health, however, has proven elusive for  millions of Americans. I want to give you a protocol that has simply been exceptional. The first  time I used it personally, I slept a solid nine hours and woke up refreshed and clear-headed. I  don’t remember sleeping that well since I was a teenager! 

  • Berberine HCL – Recent studies and clinical experience have demonstrated that  Berberine is a powerful blood sugar regulator. The most common underlying problem for  people who can’t stay asleep is an inability to regulate blood sugar through the night.  Take one or two (1-2) capsules right before bed. 
  • PheniTropic™ is an immediate precursor to GABA that easily passes the Blood Brain  Barrier. GABA is an inhibitory neurotransmitter that is calming in general and helps  people to get to sleep. Take one or two (1-2) capsules right before bed. If you wake up in  the night you can take one more to get back down again. 
  • 5-HTP or Neuro-5-HTP Plus™ – You can experiment between the two but generally the  regular 5-HTP works fine. 5-Hydroxy-Tryptophan (5-HTP) is the immediate precursor to  Serotonin, which is in turn the precursor to Melatonin the hormone that our body  naturally makes to control our sleep cycle. Take anywhere between two and six (2-6)  capsules before bed for a good night’s sleep. My recommendation would be to start with  two (2) and work up to what works best for you. If you wake up in the night you can take  another one or two (1-2) capsules to get back down.  

Everyone is different, so feel free to experiment with the doses. It’s always a good idea to avoid  sugar and excessive alcohol in the evenings for the best sleep results. Some high-quality protein  and Beta-TCP™ (4-9 tablets) before bed can further enhance this protocol if needed. Please  contact me at terry@destinymgmt.com if you are interested in trying this protocol. 

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