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How the Ingredients in DREAMit Help You Sleep

DREAMit Sleep SprayDREAMit is your all-natural solution for a good night’s rest. While melatonin is a well-known solution for sleep, DREAMit contains many additional ingredients as well. A few of these include 5-HTP, valerian root, and chamomile flower extract. In this article, learn about how the ingredients in DREAMit help you sleep at night.

While there are many ingredients in DREAMit that help you sleep at night, we are going to focus on four main ones!


Firstly, we’ll talk about the well-known sleep-aid, melatonin. The Mayo Clinic, describes melatonin as a hormone in the body that impacts sleep patterns. The body makes more of it when it’s dark and less when it’s light out. That’s why it’s not good to look at a screen late at night- because the light from your phone or tablet inhibits melatonin production.


This chemical compound is made naturally in the body and it helps the body make more of the hormone serotonin. Psychology Today discusses the fact that serotonin influences our sleep cycle because it creates melatonin. To break this down for you, 5-HTP helps make serotonin which produces melatonin, the main sleep hormone.

Valerian root

The second prominent ingredient in DREAMit is valerian root extract. This herb is known as a natural remedy for sleep. The National Institutes of Health says that valerian root comes from Europe and Asia and has been used medicinally for centuries. The ancient Greek physician, Hippocrates, and Roman physician, Galen, were advocates of the medicinal uses of this herb. Hippocrates discussed valerian’s therapeutic uses, while Galen prescribed it to treat insomnia. Today in the United States we use this herb in our DREAMit formula to provide you with the very best solution for sleep.

Chamomile Flower Extract

Although DREAMit contains many ingredients to help you sleep, the last one we’ll talk about today is the chamomile flower. According to the National Institutes of Health, the herb chamomile has ancient roots in medicine as far as 5000 years back. It is one of the oldest and widely used medicinal plants in the world. It helps relax and put the body to sleep because of its impact on receptors in the brain. For instance, in a clinical trial 10 cardiac patients fell into a deep sleep for 90 minutes after drinking chamomile tea.

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