We have all felt the consequences of sleep deprivation that go far beyond fatigue and diminished performance. Decades of clinical research document that a good night’s rest supports nearly all systems of the body, including weight loss, fat burning, skin and overall health, especially when it comes to balancing insulin levels that can negatively affect your ability to lose weight and melt belly fat. Lack of sleep does more than just make you feel cranky and increase your cravings for all the wrong foods. It also increases blood pressure and cardiovascular health.
Scientists attribute sleep-related difficulties to the unprecedented levels of stress and our constant use of cell phones, mobile pads, and computer screens that decrease the body’s melatonin production. When you combine this with aging, it becomes a sleep disaster that’s made worse by the use of over-the-counter medications that exacerbate these conditions, are addicting and make your body resist weight loss.
WHAT MAKES LEAN SLEEP DIFFERENT?
Most sleep aids are made with ingredients (while some are natural, that doesn’t mean they are good for the metabolism) that slow our metabolisms and interfere with weight loss and block the burning of belly fat. At LynFit we know how hard it is to lose weight after age 35, so we made Lean Sleep with the purest and highest quality melatonin. You’ll feel it work quickly and it won’t leave you feeling groggy in the morning or slow down your metabolism the way those other sleep aids will.
Lean Sleep will help you sleep soundly, so you wake up feeling refreshed and ready for your day, but it delivers so much more than just that!
Did you know that melatonin is a regulator of brown fat (brown fat is the kind that burns more calories)? You’ll also notice your muffin top begin to disappear, with a little help from your diet of course.
- Restores optimal sleep
- Helps reduce dangerous, stubborn belly fat
- Promotes relaxation
- Aids in stress management and reduces anxiety
- Supports youthful skin
- Boosts overall health and immunity
How do you know if you’re sleeping enough to affect your metabolism? Seven hours of sleep is best for your metabolism, and it’s better if you sleep deeply for your system to be prompted to reboot.
Here's why a lack of sleep could be stalling your ability to lose weight and keep it off:
- You are more likely to experience major weight gain (defined as 11 pounds or more)
- You are more likely to struggle with depression and anxiety
- When you sleep less, you burn fewer calories
Sleep less, eat more: People who got only 5-6 hours of sleep at night ate 350-500 additional calories the next day.
Sleep less, crave more: This is probably the biggest revelation about the connection between sleep and weight loss—and the biggest challenge for you if you're not getting at least seven solid hours of sleep each night. Sleeping too little impacts your hormone levels. Lack of sleep impacts them so much that it’s being blamed for the number one reason we eat out of control, crave, and can’t stick to a diet.
Insufficient sleep raises the levels of ghrelin, the hormone that tells you to eat. When it comes to weight gain and loss, this hormone plays a leading role.
The melatonin in LynFit Lean Sleep plays a role in stimulating other antioxidants. That’s what makes it a truly unique antioxidant. It is considered more powerful than vitamins C, E and A because it is soluble in both fat and water and can enter cells that vitamins cannot. Unlike other antioxidants, melatonin does not store in the body which is why it’s important to take every night.
Did you know that it's when you sleep that your hormone levels reset and reboot themselves? It’s only during deep sleep that your system heals and repairs, blood sugar levels can begin to decline Most importantly, your stress hormones are reduced, making it easier to burn off the belly fat and love handles that plague adult men over age 40. Most people mistakenly think this happens in the gym, or by eating healthy, but it’s only when you sleep deeply that your body can perform these miracles.
LynFit Lean Sleep contains only pure melatonin to support restful sleep, promote a healthy response to stress, and target sleep debt-related factors that are also associated with advanced signs of skin aging. Melatonin also acts as an antioxidant, so it boosts immunity to protect your health.
Nutritional Label: Download the Lean Sleep label HERE
Servings Per Container: 30
How much to take and when: Consistency and frequency matter! Suggested Usage: Take one 5mg tablet 30–60 minutes before bedtime (or whenever you remember) to fall asleep quickly and wake up refreshed.
If you’re over 200 pounds, we suggest taking an additional dosage.
Who should take LynFit Lean Sleep?
Anyone who struggles with cravings, hunger, weight loss, or sleep issues should take LynFit Lean Sleep. If you struggle with blood sugar issues, pre-diabetic and/or diabetic, hyperthyroid, menopausal, post-pregnancy, and men who have been more than ten pounds overweight for most of their adult life will greatly benefit from the Lean Sleep. Being overweight changes your body’s biology and without help from the smart use of safe supplements and the right tools, weight loss may not be possible.
Why should I take LynFit Lean Sleep?
Sleeping too little impacts your hormone levels. Lack of sleep impacts them so much that it’s being blamed for the number one reason we eat out of control, crave, and can’t stick to a diet. Lack of sleep also causes dangerous belly fat to be stored around your midsection and stress hormones to escalate, as well as rapid aging.
What is Melatonin?
Melatonin is a derivative of the amino acid tryptophan. In humans, melatonin is primarily synthesized in the pineal gland and is released mostly at night to make falling asleep easier and improve the quality of sleep.
Melatonin is a hormone that is necessary for keeping your circadian rhythm in tune. Many people have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. These issues occur because the secretion of melatonin declines with age and stress and is harming health and waistlines. Every biological function your body performs relies on a good night’s sleep.
Melatonin is widely used in Europe to promote sustained and restful sleep patterns and ease symptoms of sleep apnea. Published studies reveal that melatonin can also promote relaxation, help with stress, and support daytime cognition. A group of 63 women reporting a variety of sleep-related difficulties experienced as much as 65.6% improvement in their symptoms with just 3-5 mg per day of melatonin. They experienced a 50% improvement in sleep quality after two weeks and needed 30% less time to fall asleep after 4 weeks.