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LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid
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LipoVibes Melatonin - natural sleep aid

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Category: Sleep

Why Melatonin? Melatonin is a sleep hormone. The hormone produced from serotonin regulates the normal day-night rhythm of the human body. As a result, it can help you fall asleep and shorten the time it takes to fall asleep. Good sleep is an important basis for a healthy body and essential for our brain to function properly.


That's why you should choose LipoVibes Pure Melatonin:

1. Unique technology: Our melatonin is many times more effective than conventional products. This is due to our unique LipoMolecule technology, a scientific innovation.

2. Optimized absorption in the body: LipoVibes products are absorbed by the body much faster than comparable products. We achieve this by using body-related lipids, which also make up the outer shell of human cells.

3. Superior quality: Our LipoVibes Pure Melatonin is developed in our laboratories in Germany and made exclusively from plant-based ingredients. It is vegan and without sugar, gluten, lactose and GMO.

Ingredients (6 drops): Glycerin, water, natural ethanol, sunflower oil, lecithin (soy), orange peel oil, melatonin.

Application / Shelf life: Depending on your preferences, take 3-6 drops daily pure or mixed with cold liquid.

One bottle contains 10 ml (approx. 30 applications) and has a shelf life of 6 months after opening.

Shipping: Free of charge within Germany, delivery time approx. 2-4 days. EU flat delivery fee of € 9,90, delivery time approx. 5-7 days.

Note: Not suitable for pregnant women, nursing mothers and children.

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What is melatonin?

Melatonin is an important hormone with a wide range of functions in the human body. It is often referred to as the 'sleep hormone' as it plays a key role in the sleep-wake cycle, but its effects go far beyond this. To cover the topic in detail, we will first look at the biological role of melatonin, its production in the body, the factors influencing its release and its use in medicine and as a dietary supplement.

Biological role of melatonin

Melatonin is produced in the pineal gland in the brain and is closely linked to the circadian rhythm, a 24-hour cycle that controls an organism's physical, mental and behavioural changes. At night, melatonin production increases, which prepares the body for sleep and promotes sleep depth. During the day, melatonin levels fall, leading to a more alert state.

In addition, melatonin has an antioxidant effect that can reduce cell damage caused by free radicals. It also plays a role in the regulation of the immune system and influences reproductive functions.

Production and regulation

Melatonin is normally produced in a circadian rhythm that is influenced by light and darkness. Light inhibits the release of melatonin, while darkness stimulates its production. This explains why people usually have higher melatonin levels at night than during the day. This process is controlled by input from the suprachiasmatic nucleus in the hypothalamus of the brain, which acts as an "internal clock".

In addition, various factors can influence melatonin production, including age, diet, stress and certain medications. Older people tend to produce less melatonin, which can lead to sleep disorders.

Use of melatonin in medicine

Due to its role in the sleep-wake cycle, melatonin is often used in medicine to treat sleep disorders. This can help with insomnia, jet lag or shift work. Melatonin supplements are available over the counter in many countries.

There is also evidence that melatonin can help in the treatment of certain conditions such as migraine-related headaches, tinnitus, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and even cancer. However, research into these applications is still ongoing and further studies are needed to confirm the effectiveness of melatonin in these contexts.

Melatonin as a dietary supplement

In addition to its medicinal uses, melatonin is also used as a dietary supplement, particularly to improve sleep quality. Many people take melatonin supplements to treat sleep disorders or to adjust their sleep-wake cycle, especially when travelling across time zones.

In Germany and Austria, the legal regulation and availability of melatonin is subject to certain laws and regulations that govern the dosages, sale and use of the sleep hormone.

Melatonin studies: Scientific findings on efficacy

Melatonin has been the subject of numerous scientific studies on its effectiveness in regulating the sleep-wake cycle and other aspects of health. These studies provide important insights into the effect of melatonin on the human body and its potential applications.

Research on the effectiveness of melatonin for sleep disorders such as insomnia has shown that melatonin can prolong sleep duration, shorten sleep onset time and improve sleep quality. Studies have also shown that melatonin can be effective in treating jet lag and shift work disorder by helping to adjust the sleep-wake cycle and alleviate the symptoms of these disorders.

In addition, there is research on the use of melatonin for other health conditions such as migraines, tinnitus, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and even cancer. Although further studies are needed to fully understand the effectiveness of melatonin in these areas, the results so far provide promising evidence of this hormone's potential.

What are the functions of melatonin in the body?

An adequate supply of melatonin is important because this hormone regulates and influences a variety of vital functions in the human body. To understand the importance of an adequate melatonin supply, let's look at the various aspects of how melatonin affects the sleep-wake cycle, brain health, the immune system, the ageing process and even the regulation of metabolism.

Sleep-wake cycle

The most obvious reason for an adequate supply of melatonin is its role in regulating the sleep-wake cycle. Melatonin is mainly produced at night and is a signal to the body that it is time to sleep. It helps to prolong sleep duration, improve sleep depth and reduce the level of wakefulness during sleep. A lack of melatonin can lead to sleep disorders such as insomnia, while an adequate supply can improve sleep quality and promote overall health.

Health of the brain

Melatonin also plays an important role in brain health. It has antioxidant properties that help protect cells from free radical damage. Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause cell damage and are associated with neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. By protecting nerve cells, melatonin can help reduce the risk of age-related brain diseases.

Immune system

Immune function is also influenced by melatonin. There is evidence that melatonin has an immunomodulatory effect by regulating the activity of immune cells and influencing inflammatory processes. A balanced immune system is crucial for defence against disease and maintaining health. Melatonin can help to optimise immune function and improve the body's response to infections.

Ageing process

The ageing process is associated with a decrease in melatonin production. Older people often have lower melatonin levels, which can contribute to sleep problems, decreased cell protection and increased susceptibility to age-related diseases. Maintaining an adequate melatonin supply can potentially slow down the ageing process and improve health in old age.

Metabolic regulation

Recent research suggests that melatonin also plays a role in the regulation of metabolism. It can regulate blood sugar levels, influence fat metabolism and even control appetite. An inadequate melatonin supply could contribute to metabolic disorders such as diabetes and obesity. By ensuring an adequate melatonin supply, these risks can potentially be reduced.

Melatonin against jet lag: simplifying adaptation to new time patterns

Jet lag occurs when the body's internal biological clock cannot immediately adjust to a new time zone, especially when travelling across multiple time zones. Melatonin can help facilitate adaptation to new time patterns by influencing the body's circadian rhythm.

Studies have shown that taking melatonin before bedtime during the first few days after arriving in a new time zone can help the sleep-wake cycle adjust more quickly. It can help to shorten the time it takes to fall asleep and improve sleep quality, leading to faster recovery from jet lag symptoms.

The optimal dosage and timing of melatonin intake to treat jet lag may vary depending on individual factors such as travel route, time difference and personal response to the hormone. It is advisable to consult a doctor before travelling or taking melatonin to treat jet lag in order to obtain the correct dosage and recommendations for use.

Melatonin intake: time period and combination with other agents

The time period for taking melatonin can vary depending on the purpose of use. For the treatment of sleep disorders, melatonin is typically taken about 30 minutes to an hour before bedtime to achieve an optimal effect. When using melatonin to adjust to jet lag, the dosage can be adjusted according to travel plans and the new time zone.

It is important to note that melatonin alone is not sufficient in all cases and may need to be used in combination with other remedies or behavioural changes. For example, relaxation techniques, sleep environment optimisation or lifestyle changes in addition to melatonin intake can help to improve sleep quality.

Before taking melatonin in combination with other agents, it is advisable to consult a doctor to assess possible risks and ensure safety.

What makes melatonin different from other sleep aids?

Melatonin has several advantages over other sleep aids that make it an attractive option for people who have trouble sleeping. Here are some of the key benefits of melatonin compared to traditional sleep aids:

Natural substance

A major advantage of melatonin is that it is a natural hormone that the body produces itself. Unlike many synthetic sleep aids, which contain chemical compounds that do not occur naturally in the body, melatonin is a substance that already exists in our organism. This makes it more appealing to many people as they feel more comfortable taking something natural.

Low addictive potential

Melatonin has a lower addictive potential compared to some prescription sleeping pills, especially benzodiazepines. Because melatonin is a hormone and does not have the same addictive effects as some of the stronger sleep medications, it is often considered a safer option, especially for long-term use.

Fewer side effects

In general, melatonin has fewer side effects than many other sleep aids. This is because it occurs naturally in the body and is usually well tolerated. Some of the most common side effects of melatonin can include headaches, dizziness, gastrointestinal discomfort and temporary drowsiness the next day. In comparison, other sleep aids can have more serious side effects such as memory problems, hangover effects or the risk of dependence and withdrawal. The LipoMolecule carrier system of LipoVibes in particular reduces potential side effects to an absolute minimum, as no high dosage is required to achieve a very good effect.

Improvement of the sleep-wake cycle

Melatonin not only acts as a sleep aid, but also regulates the sleep-wake cycle in a natural way. By preparing the body for sleep and improving sleep duration and quality, it can help to maintain a healthy sleep rhythm in the long term. This effect is particularly useful for people who suffer from jet lag, shift work or other circadian rhythm disorders.

Flexibility in dosage

Melatonin comes in various dosage forms, from low doses to higher concentrations, depending on individual needs and the body's response. This allows for some flexibility in adjusting the dosage to achieve the best effect. In contrast, many prescription sleep aids have a set dosage that cannot be adjusted as easily.

Availability without a prescription

In many countries, melatonin is available as an over-the-counter supplement, which means it can be purchased without a doctor's prescription. This makes it more accessible for people who suffer from occasional sleep problems and are looking for a safe and effective solution without having to see a doctor.

Patented technology

The outer shell of the body cell is a barrier that restricts the uptake of active substances.

The LipoMolecule technology used in LipoVibes products combines the active ingredients with lipids that are also found in the cell envelope. This allows them to overcome the absorption barrier and effectively enter the cell. A very precise dosage is made possible.
LipoVibes products can thus be absorbed by the body up to 40 times better than conventional products.

Unrivalled bioavailability for healthy cells

Compared to tablets, powders or drops, LipoVibes has been shown to be up to 40 times better absorbed by the cells. This means that we do not have to artificially overdose LipoVibes™. This allows us to optimise the daily dosage without undesirable effects.

To give you a particularly accurate picture of our LipoMolecule™ technology, we have compared our products (left in the picture) under a microscope with a major supplier of liposomal food supplements (right in the picture). As you can see, the individual transport particles in LipoVibes™ products are all almost the same size and much smaller overall than in the comparison products. This smaller size and more homogeneous spatial distribution are two of the main reasons why the LipoVibes™ products are significantly more effective, meaning that much more of the ingested active ingredient reaches the blood plasma and can be transported from there into the cells.

Uncompromising quality for our cells

Our unique LipoMolecule Technology™ is based on liposomes and is a further development of this technology with increased effectiveness. We develop our LipoVibes micronutrients in our German laboratories and produce them entirely in northern Germany in accordance with current food standards (IFS).

Through strict testing procedures and our on-site quality management, we guarantee the highest quality of our active ingredients and end products.

Ingredients (6 drops each):

Glycerin, water, natural ethanol, sunflower oil, lecithin (soya), orange peel oil, melatonin.

Glycerin retains moisture and improves the texture, water serves as a base for dissolving and stabilising the ingredients, and ethanol acts as a natural preservative. Sunflower oil is used as a base for the production of the cell-related lipid structure that encloses the active ingredients, while lecitin (from organic soya) ensures the binding of our emulsions. We useorange peel oil as a natural flavouring, which also has antioxidant properties. Our melatonin, the main active ingredient , comes from 100% natural sources.

Application/ Dosage:

LipoVibes™ products are taken as drops - either pure or together with cold drinks.

To help you fall asleep, 3-6 drops should be taken approximately half an hour before going to sleep.

For beauty/anti-ageing aspects, 1 drop should be taken up to 3 times a day. There should be at least 3 hours between each intake.

Due to the viscosity (viscosity) of the active ingredient, it may be advisable to
the number of drops with the aid of a teaspoon.

LipoVibes™ products can be taken either as a cure or permanently to support health.
be taken.

Contents & shelf life:

One bottle contains 10 ml (approx. 30 applications as a sleep aid) and has a shelf life of 6 months after opening.

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