It combines premium calming herbs traditionally used for insomnia and anxiety, with a high dose of organic-form magnesium glycinate. A good night’s sleep is essentials to mental and physical performance.
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Frequently Asked questions
1. How come people have trouble sleeping?
Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. However, as many as 164 million Americans struggle to sleep at least once a week.  What’s the root cause? There isn’t just one. Be it stress, working long hours, poor sleep habits like staying up too late, diet, lack of exercise, uncomfortable mattresses or pillows, or using electronic devices before bed, there are many different factors at play that can contribute to sleeplessness.
2. How does the Nightly compare to Melatonine tablets?
Melatonin is made naturally by your body. It is often called the “sleep hormone,” as high levels can help you fall asleep. The Nightly doesn't contain, it also contains a variety of other ingredients to address other sleep issues, beyond just falling asleep faster. Other benefits include reducing caffeine levels in your body, promoting relaxation, easing worries, facilitating deep sleep and next-day cognitive processing.
3. Do I have to drink the entire dose?
Although The Nightly was designed to be taken in full as a shot, you can drink half if you’re unable to sleep for a full 7-8 hours.
4. Will I wake up feeling groggy?
While it’s possible to wake up feeling slightly groggy, this has not been the case with the majority of users. If you normally have a hard time waking up, start with a half a bottle and see how you feel in the morning.
5. When should I take it?
Drink one glass of The Nightly approximately 30 minutes before you’re ready to drift off into some well-deserved sleep. Wake up restored and ready for the day ahead.
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