This information is provided by my customers, and by me, in order to help you find the right sleep product for you!
When I say sleep products, I really mean "sleep aids." Sleep aids are products, like over-the-counter products, which help people get better sleep. There are many different kinds of sleep aids available, such as nocturnal melatonin, anti-depression drugs (SSRIs) and antidepressants. In this article, I want to discuss some of the most common types of sleep aids, and what you should do to use them.
1. Sleep-aids with limited efficacy, like nocturnal melatonin. This is the least effective sleep aid. It has limited therapeutic value. It is used in some studies but not in all. In addition to this, it is not well absorbed by the body, which means there is no significant therapeutic benefit. 2. Sleep-aids with strong therapeutic value (CYP2C19, melatonin, etc.), which is the most common sleep aid that has a good therapeutic value, but no effective value. 3. Natural or naturalized sleep aids that have high efficacy, but have a low therapeutic value and are not effective in treating insomnia. 4. Sleep aid that have not been well studied.