Getting Sleepy Reviews

Getting Sleepy Review

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Getting Sleepy is an all natural sleep aid that is meant to provide users with improved sleep without having to resort to prescription drugs. This particular formula is advertised as being made up of 8 natural active ingredients to give you “The best sleep you’ve ever had.”

The official website for this product claims that using Getting Sleepy will let you fall asleep more quickly and remain sleeping longer. It is a pill product, but it is chewable, which may be appealing to some consumers who struggle to be able to swallow pills whole. Moreover, the website claims that the fact that it’s chewable will help the product to kick in more quickly. It states that pills swallowed whole can “take over an hour to dissolve in your stomach.” This implies that because this product is broken up by chewing it, it will react more quickly in the body.

The formula is meant to be fast acting. In fact the product description claims that it will begin being effective in under 15 minutes.

The eight active ingredients that make up this formula are not all included in the product description in an obvious way. They are listed as: melatonin, valerian, L-tryptophan, ZMA, hops flower, and chamomile. That said, if you research the makeup of ZMA, you will discover that it is made up of: Zinc Monomethionine Aspartate, Magnesium Aspartate and Vitamin B6. Taking that into consideration, the product is indeed made up of 8 active ingredients, even if the company behind it doesn’t do a great job of sharing that information with potential customers.

This product is made in the United States. It is advertised as being non-habit forming and safe to use. The facility in which the product is manufactured is located in Greenville, South Carolina and that facility has received FDA approval. It is important to note that this just means that the manufacturing is up to certain basic standards. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the product itself is FDA approved. In fact, the description of the product where it is sold on specifically points out that the product and its formula has not been reviewed or approved by the FDA.

That is not abnormal as it is very rare for the FDA to review, let alone approve a dietary supplement. Though the FDA will intervene in the case that a product contains a banned ingredient, it does not typically look into the effectiveness of the ingredients of over-the counter supplements.

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