Neuronutrition

Sleep

We spend about one-third of our life either sleeping or attempting to do so. Memory and learning, metabolism, immunity… even if many hypotheses still need to be confirmed, it is perfectly evident that sleep is crucial for numerous biological functions. The incidence of sleep disorders, which affect a large part of the population, has increased in recent decades.

of adults worldwide feel that they don’t sleep well

adults suffer from sleep disorders in the US

of French seniors over the age of 65 take insomnia medication (benzodiazépines and other molecules)

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safr'inside

Crocus sativus L.

Safr’inside is the only encapsulated saffron extract and the richest in safranal. A main metabolite involved in the sleep benefits of saffron, Safranal contributes to serotonin amplification.

Benefits

In traditional medicine, Saffron stigmas have been used to help insomnia and related mood swings. Its usage as a sedative has also been reported in official monographs.

Clinical evidences

Safr’inside effectiveness in improving sleep quality has been assessed in a proprietary open study using 30mg/ day. When asked if Safr’Inside improved their sleep quality, nearly 50% of consumers answered “yes” after only 15 days with an increase of 60% after 30 days.

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1/2 consumers feel better sleep quality

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Lemon Balm
Melissa officinalis L.

Lemon balm was used as far back as the Middle Ages to reduce stress and anxiety as well as to promote sleep. It has been clinically shown to reduced insomnia and difficulty of falling asleep, sleep duration and sleep efficiency.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Clinical study

Valerian
Valeriana officinalis L.

Valerian is a herb native to Asia and Europe often referred to as «nature’s Valium». In fact, this herb has been used since ancient times to promote tranquility and improve sleep. Clinical studies suggest that taking valerian root may reduce the amount of time it takes to fall a sleep, as well as improve sleep quality and quantity.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Clinical study

Chamomile
Matricaria chamomilla L.

Chamomile is traditionally used for its sedative and hypnotic effects. It has been clinically shown that chamomile has a significant calming effect and improves sleep quality by being effective on relaxation and preparation for sleep.

Health claim*   Traditional use

Clinical study   Preclinical study

Hop
Humulus lupulus L.

In Europe, people noticed that farmers in hop fields plants tend to fall asleep on the job more than usual, so people began to wonder if hop had sedative properties. A clinical study confirmed this hypothesis and has reported an improvement in night sleep quality with a reduced sleep latency after only two weeks of consumption.

Health claim*   Traditional use   Clinical study

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