Key Ingredients found in Prime Dreamz™:Magnesium
Stress can deplete the body’s reserves of magnesium. Magnesium promotes a healthy nervous system and supports the body’s ability to relax muscles. Magnesium, a mineral, functions as a coenzyme, promoting normal nerve and muscle function, regulation of body temperature, energy metabolism, DNA and RNA synthesis, and the formation of bones. The majority of the body’s magnesium, about 60 percent, is found in the bones. Magnesium is involved in over 300 metabolic reactions and is necessary for every major biological process. It is an alkaline earth metal and exists under physiological conditions in its divalent state. Magnesium is intimately interlocked, biologically with calcium, and they cooperate in supporting the normal production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
Nearly 75 percent of the American population fails to consume enough magnesium in their diets; therefore supplements may be warranted in some cases, particularly for those concerned with bone metabolism.Passion flower
Passion flower has a long history of use for promoting relaxation. The dried aerial parts have historically been used as a mild sleep aid.Chamomile
Chamomile has been used for centuries for its calming effects. Calming effects are attributed to the flavonoids, including apigenin, which acts as a lignad for the central benzodiazepine receptors. Apigenin competitively inhibits the binding of flunitrazepam.Melatonin
Melatonin is a neurohormone produced in the brain by the pineal gland. The synthesis and release of melatonin are stimulated by darkness and suppressed by light, suggesting the involvement of melatonin in circadian rhythm and regulation of diverse body functions. Levels of melatonin in the blood are highest prior to bedtime. It is found in animals and in much lower concentrations in plants. Melatonin is synthesized endogenously by the pinealocytes of the pineal gland, and the essential amino acid L-tryptophan is a precursor in its synthesis. Supplementation of melatonin has become popular as a possible aid for sleep. Studies have shown some promising findings.