Sleep and relax well tablets - claim your sleep today !!

Vitaminfood sleep well solution is designed to help you fall asleep faster and easier without the risk of negative side effects to your brain.

Relax and sleep well tablets force you into the sleep that your body seems not to want. Total peace of mind and complete rest to ensure that you are fresh for the next day’s activities.

Not just sleep but optimum rest for the entire body.

Let us take you to the land of dreams.

Take just one tablet 1 – 3 hours before bedtime to wake feeling fresh and ready to take on the new day.

Are Vitaminfood sleep & relax well tablets a form of sleeping pills?

Sleeping pills are usually used to treat insomnia (inability to fall asleep) and parasomnia (walking, eating e.t.c during your sleep) either by prescription on just bought Over-the-Counter. They cause drowsiness and a general feeling of relaxation. These pills are also commonly known as hypnotics/sedatives/tranquilizers.

And with the outrageous number of problems keeping men awake at night, you most likely know a couple people who are taking sleeping pills. The sleeping pills include:

  •       Zolpidem
  •       Zopiclone
  •       Stilnox
  •       Zaleplon
  •       Diphenhydramine
  •       Doxylamine succinate
  •       Valeria
  •       Melatonin

These drugs will have you asleep in as little as 5-20 minutes and are recommended for short-term use to avoid addiction and dependency on them.

Sleep is controlled majorly by the circadian rhythm. An internal clock that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. It makes you energized during the day by stimulating the production of metabolism hormones like thyroxines and makes you drowsy after sunset by inhibiting the production of thyroxine and promoting the production of melatonin that helps you fall asleep.

These drugs and other herbal ones all work to promote the normalcy of this system. For example, one of the reasons why you might have difficulty sleeping at night is because you spend too much time on screens after sunset. Screens produce blue light rays which are similar to some rays from the sun and the brain perceives this as a wake-stimulus so melatonin isn’t optimally produced. So to begin with, you should reduce your exposure to screens at least 1 hour or 30 minutes before sleep. Alternatively, you could also try blue-rays blocking glasses.

Another reason is taking caffeine close to bedtime. Caffeine is a stimulant that could remain potent in the bloodstream 3-4 hrs after consumption. This stimulates the metabolism of the body and its wakefulness and acts against the circadian rhythm which causes insomnia over a long period of time.

Sleeping pills are normally medical solutions that imitate melatonin to cause drowsiness. Vitaminfood sleep solution, on the other hand, helps the body to produce more melatonin. Melatonin, the sleep hormone, is synthesized from an amino acid called tryptophan. Vitaminfood sleep and relax solution supplements your tryptophan intake so that you can naturally produce enough melatonin to aid in falling asleep. We also include a little bit of melatonin to stimulate this sleep cycle.

Other alternatives to medical sleeping pills

Sleeping pills involve an unnatural process to confer their effect. They mimic melatonin receptors and bind to them. They can also selectively work on GABA to take over control of alertness and relaxation. This process has some side effects which might make them not very desirable. Including:

  •       Hangover, dizziness and drowsiness
  •       Dry mouth
  •       Headaches and imbalance
  •       Muscle weakness
  •       Constipation or diaarhea
  •       Other digestive problems; bloating, heartburns, nausea
  •       Delirium
  •       Addiction – especially with benzodiazepines, z-drugs are less addictive


Because of these side effects people opt for solutions with fewer side effects like cognitive behavioral therapy, aerobic exercise and herbal diets. The medical pills are left for externally induced insomnia from stressful conditions.

  1. Cognitive behavioral therapy
  2. Sleep stimulus control – going to your bedroom only during bedtime so that the sight of the bed stimulates sleepiness. Avoid aimlessly lying on the bed or having your study table facing away from the bed.
  3. Sleep compression – staying in bed only during your designated sleep hours i.e no texting for hours in bed before or after sleep.
  4. Sleep hygiene/bedtime routine – this includes activities that promote fatigue and induce sleep.

Ø Avoid large meals for dinner especially if you sleep immediately after the meal.

Ø Remaining physically active during the day

Ø Avoiding caffeine entirely or at least after 4 O’clock in the evening

Ø Listening to soothing music or an audiobook rather than reading on your kindle

Ø Relaxation exercises like yoga, mindfulness meditation, diaphragmatic breathing and muscle relaxation.

Ø No alcohol or smoking; these suppress REM sleep; dream stage.

  1. Improved diet

Herbs and spices have been proven to help with insomnia, especially those caused by stress.

Chamomile, hibiscus, valerian, passionflower extract, saffron are some of the teas and spices you can take to improve muscle and mental relaxation. Other claims have been made of turkey; high tryptophan content, tart cherries; boost melatonin production.

Some causes of insomnia like apnea (difficulty breathing) and pain from injuries might require other medications to relieve these so that a healthy sleep cycle is restored.


So how do we do it at Vitaminfood?


A combination of tryptophan and melatonin.


Melatonin, from the pineal gland, also dubbed “the sleep hormone”, tells your body when it is time to sleep. It comes in for the night shift when its production increases at night to suppress the production of other hormones like dopamine that maintain your energy during the day.


Tryptophan is the other component. Tryptophan stimulates the production of melatonin and serotonin in the brain.


The two working together signal your internal clock that it is time to sleep. This initiates the booting down process for your body resulting in a relaxed state and peace of mind for absolute rest; the kind of sleep you desire.


Who are the sleep well tablets for?

Anyone and everyone.


We all need a good night’s rest to keep our bodies in check and to be ready for the next day. Vitaminfood sleep well tablets give you just the peace of mind to get quality sleep.


Those undergoing the torture of insomnia also benefit greatly. Falling asleep has never been easier. If you are looking to improve the quality of your sleep, sleep well tablets do just the trick.


Claim your sleep today.


Components of sleep well tablets:

For every tablet you take in:

ü 150 mg tryptophan

ü 125 mg melatonin

ü 0.1 mg passion extract

ü 150 ug Vitamin b12


Passionflower extract reduces the time needed to fall asleep. If insomnia keeps you up late against your will, here is your ticket to regaining control.


Vitamin B12 on the other hand heals sleep-wake rhythm disorders so that your deep sleep is undisrupted.


Get yourself this powerful combination designed to help you fall asleep better, faster and deeper.


Vitaminfood products do not contain hidden sugars or false volumizing ingredients. We deliver the best combination to help you achieve your goals.


 Beyond just deep sleep, more benefits

 Sleep has a lot of benefits and greatly increases productivity.


After getting good sleep, you’ll have:

  1.     Reduced anxiety
  2.     Improved moods
  3.     Enhanced attention, memory and cognition


Vitaminfood delivers the best combination in the recommended intake amounts to ensure you are productive day after day


Muscle relaxants

When the muscles are involuntarily tight, you feel spasms in the calves, hamstrings, rib cages and quadriceps. Easing this tension will also help one to feel more relaxed and have higher quality sleep. Some of the muscle relaxants to help with this include:

  1. Massage and foam rolling – this helps to improve blood flow to these regions for lactic acid and other waste-products removals. It also brings nutrients and oxygen to these muscles for recovery.
  2. Hot and cold shower – alternating the temperature also helps to improve the blood flow and reduces pain and tension.
  3. Soak in cold and salty water; Epsom salt
  4. Cherry juice – helps to reduce inflammation, also has high antioxidant capacity
  5. Chamomile – more than 36 flavonoids which makes it anti-inflammatory
  6. Blueberry – has antioxidant powers
  7. Curcumin – from turmeric, ginger and cinnamon
  8. Adequate protein intake to help in quick muscle recovery which reduces their soreness
  9. Cayenne pepper


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