Sleep Better and Wake Refreshed with Renewal Sleep Support  

A good night’s sleep is key when you need to be your best, but there are times when that’s easier said than done. Renewal Sleep Support™ is a fast-acting oral melatonin spray with a blend of botanical ingredients that can help you realign your body’s natural rhythms for a more restful night’s sleep.  

Quality sleep is central to almost every aspect of wellbeing, from cognitive function and brain health to immunity and weight management (1-4). However, there are a lot of things that can get in the way of a restful night’s sleep.  

Melatonin is a natural hormone that is one of the signals our bodies use when it’s time to fall asleep. Our body’s internal clock, or circadian rhythm, is regulated in part by a rise in melatonin in the evening. However, melatonin production can be out of alignment with our circadian rhythm.  

Whether it’s not getting enough sunlight in the morning, the timing of our meals during the day, or too much screen time in the evening, common aspects of daily life can result in decreased melatonin production and problems with sleep (5).  Melatonin production also decreases with age, leaving many people not sleeping as well as they’d like (6). 

Supplementing with melatonin can help to realign the body’s natural circadian rhythms, helping you fall asleep faster and experience better sleep quality (7, 8).  

Taking a melatonin supplement with you when you travel can also help ease the unpleasant effects of crossing too many time zones (9). Particularly for long-distance trips or travel in an easterly direction, melatonin supplementation can help your body’s internal clock get into alignment with a new time zone so you can get the sleep you need to awake refreshed during travel. 

What’s Inside: Renewal Sleep Support’s Key Ingredients 

Renewal Sleep Support combines botanical ingredients with fast-acting melatonin for a more restful night’s sleep. 

Melatonin: The body’s natural sleep hormone in a fast-acting, easy-to-use supplement. One serving (3 sprays) provides about 5 mg, a research-supported amount for sleep benefits (7-9). 

L-theanine: This naturally occurring, non-protein amino acid is commonly found in tea and mushrooms and helps promote calmness and restfulness (10). 

Tart cherry: A natural source of melatonin, this fruit is known to help improve sleep quality (11). 

Chamomile: (Matricaria chamomilla) A flower that has traditionally been used for relaxation (12). 

Valerian root: (Valeriana officinalis) Used as a traditional aid of quality sleep for thousands of years (13). 

Lemon balm: (Melissa officinalis) Although this herb has a long history of traditional use for promoting sleep and relaxation, its benefits for supporting restful sleep have become a subject of recent scientific study (14). 

Get Your Best Rest With Renewal Sleep Support 

Renewal Sleep Support is available as an oral mist, so it’s convenient to take with you when you are traveling or place it on your nightstand at home. It’s designed to allow you to easily control the number of pumps each time you use it.   

People vary in their sensitivity to melatonin’s effects. Start with one spray and gradually increase the amount of Renewal Sleep Support you use to determine how much you need to promote restful sleep.  

The best time to use Renewal Sleep Support is at least 20 minutes before bedtime since your body’s natural melatonin levels begin to rise around two hours before sleep. When traveling, take Renewal Sleep Support around 20 minutes before bedtime in your destination time zone to help you get to sleep and awake refreshed.   

Good sleep is fundamental to practically everything our body does and is one of the most important elements of wellbeing. Renewal Sleep Support’s blend of melatonin and restful botanical ingredients can help you enjoy a more restful night’s sleep. 


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