SleepWell - is a herbal medication that is used in the treatment insomnia.
Millions of people worldwide suffer from insomnia, sleep deprivation or other sleep disorders. They toss and turn in bed and are unable to sleep, many others wake up frequently during the night. SleepWell is a fine blend of herbs that will help you have a good nights sleep and have you feeling fresh in the morning. Suitable for insomniacs and those suffering stress related sleep disorders.
No doubt, there are many synthetic pills that are good for inducing sleep but they are not free from side effects.SleepWell is a fine composition of herbs which will help you enjoy a sound sleep so that you feel refreshed when you wake up. The Sleepwell formula is a safe alternative for a great nights sleep without prescription tranquillizers and no known side effects.
What does it do?
SleepWell Capsules start working immediately after you take it. The powerful combination of Withania Somnifera also known as Ashwagandha and passion flower extracts works deep into our brain cells relaxing the brain and inducing within us a sense of sleepiness which is a boon for an insomniac. The capsules starts working immediately and within an hour you will be driven to bed and the rest will be a matter of dream for you.
How do I take SleepWell?
The usual dose is 1 – 2 capsules, 2 hrs before bed time. Its recommended to only take 2 capsules if you have tried 1 and feel its wasn't effective enough. Don't drive or operate any machinery after consuming these pills.
Are there any side effects to taking SleepWell?
Sleep Well is 100% safe to consume. You won’t suffer from any side effects what so ever if you had taken as directed. However, it is advised to not do any important work consuming the medicine and also avoid working on any sort of machine equipment as they can hurt you out of un consciousness.
What do the SleepWell pills contain?
Each capsule contains the following:
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