Deep Sleep Supplement

A Scientist-Backed & Safe Way to Get the Rest You Deserve

While some people adjust to the demands of shift-work, most workers don’t get quality sleep on these schedules. As a result of sleep deprivation, you may struggle with sleepiness and mental lethargy on the job. This cuts into your productivity and puts you and your coworkers at risk of injury. That’s where Amino Alliance comes in with a deep sleep supplement that’s safe, non-addictive and backed by a world-renown scientist from Holland: Arne van der Gen.

Amino Alliance Sleep Supplement
Amino Alliance Deep Sleep Supplements

Try Amino Alliance as a deep sleep supplement and start feeling more rested and recharged today!

3 Key Benefits:

  1. True Deep Sleep
  2. Improved Alertness
  3. Improved Mental Sharpness

Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder

Delayed sleep phase disorder is a condition in which your biological clock is significantly delayed. As a result, you go to sleep and wake up much later than other people. This is more than just a preference for staying up late or being a night owl, but rather a disorder that  makes it difficult for you to keep normal hours. People with delayed sleep phase disorder are unable to get to sleep earlier than between 2 and 6 a.m., no matter how hard they try.

When allowed to keep their own hours (such as during a school break or vacation), they fall into a regular sleep schedule that is out of sync with everyone around them. Delayed sleep phase disorder is most common in teenagers.

Reduce Jet Lag

Jet lag temporarily disrupts the circadian rhythms in the body and occurs when you travel over different time zones. Symptoms are more pronounced after long flights and include daytime sleepiness, fatigue, headaches, stomach problems, and insomnia. Flying East tends to worsen 

jet lag compared to flying West. In general, it usually takes one day per time zone crossed to adjust to the local time. So, if you were to fly from Los Angeles to New York, crossing three time zones, your jet lag would likely be gone within three days.

Manage Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea is a common sleep disorder that needs to be monitored. It occurs when your breathing temporarily stops during sleep. This can cause you to wake up frequently throughout the night, interrupting your sleep. Even if you don’t remember waking up, you’ll feel the exhaustion from it the next day. See a doctor if you have this condition, and ask about sleep apnea supplements. Restless legs syndrome (RLS) Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is a sleep disorder that causes you to feel a sudden, unstoppable urge to thrash your arms or legs at night. Usually, this comes from an uncomfortable tingling or aching sensation in the extremities. There are plenty of ways to help manage and relieve symptoms including supplements to help sleep.

Reduce Narcolepsy

Narcolepsy is a sleep disorder caused by a dysfunction of the mechanism that control sleep in the brain. This dysfunction creates an excessive, uncontrollable daytime sleepiness or “sleep attacks” that cause you to nod off during daily activities. Although no cure yet exists, controlling the symptoms can help you return to normal activities. Circadian rhythm sleep disorders Our internal biological clock regulates our sleep-wake cycle, also called circadian rhythms. 

When your circadian rhythms aren’t functioning right, this can cause problems with your sleep and make you feel groggy or disoriented. Regulating circadian rhythms can help a variety of sleeping problems and sleep disorders.

The main Ingredients in Amino Alliance are L-arginine, L-glutamine, and L-lysine and Palatinose (a slow burning carb disaccharide). As a supplement, hopefully to a healthy diet, each of these amino acids perform a specific function in the body to run at optimal levels.

At low quantities they can be found in a proper diet through foods like dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, or nuts. However, many studies show the low doses of L-arginine in these foods the required level is never met and the negative impact of diary products on the human body make them less than ideal as a main source. If food is an ample source there would be no reason to supplement and we would have healthy vascular function just eating them.

Key Ingredients in Our Deep Sleep Supplement:

Includes L-Glutamine

L-glutamine’s main role in the body is to stabilize the immune system. Adequate levels of L-glutamine promote good health, optimization of sleep cycle behavior, a calm mind, and reduced anxiety. The function of L-glutamine is also related to gut health, tissue healing, brain and muscle functions, as well as regulate appetite. In terms of sleep, L-glutamine helps with increased dopamine production. Low levels of dopamine are also associated with sleep disorders. L-glutamine’s multi purpose role makes it one of the most important and abundant compounds in the body. Good deep sleep supplements should always contain L-Glutamine.

Includes L-Lysine

L-Lysine is a nutritional supplement containing the biologically active L-isomer of the essential amino acid lysine. It’s usually taken orally to promote healthy cellular tissue metabolism and improve immune function. In that role it suppresses the herpes virus that becomes active when the immune system is suppressed. One out of five people have one of the eight types of the herpes virus and L-lysine is effective in keeping them under control. L-sine also helps calcium absorption.

Includes L-Arginine

L-arginine helps to eliminate the waste product ammonia from the body, stimulates the release of insulin, and helps the body make proteins building blocks. In addition, the body uses L-arginine to create a compound called nitric oxide, which also relaxes blood vessels. This helps to relax the endothelium cells and induces sleep as a positive side effect. L-arginine is also metabolized to L-ornithine, then to L-proline, which is used in collagen synthesis and wound healing, and is ideal for deep sleep supplements such as Amino Alliance.