Scientifically Advanced Delivery Technology In Sleep Management Debuts At SLEEP 2017 With Clinical Data Showing REMfresh®, The First And Only Continuous Release And Absorption Melatonin, Helps Maintain Sleep For Up To 7 Hours

  • Melatonin levels decline with age and an estimated 50 to 70 million Americans are affected by sleep difficulties, a process regulated by melatonin
  • First-ever clinical study points to the potential of non-prescription REMfresh®, a continuous release and absorption, 99 percent ultra-pure melatonin (CRA-melatonin), as a new, drug-free product designed for 7-hour sleep
  • Data show the patented Ion Powered Pump (IPP™) technology in REMfresh® helps extend melatonin-targeted sleep maintenance levels in the body from 3.7 hours (with marketed immediate-release melatonin) to 6.7 hours, while mimicking the shape of the body's natural melatonin blood levels during the nightly sleep cycle
  • REMfresh® builds upon the body of evidence from well-conducted prolonged-release melatonin (PR-M) studies, extending the continuous release and absorption of melatonin (known as the Mesa Wave) to 6.7 hours, which may further improve sleep onset, maintenance and morning alertness

Landmark clinical data presented today highlight a scientific breakthrough in the management of sleep with a drug-free, non-prescription sleep product, REMfresh®, the first and only, continuous release and absorption melatonin (CRA-melatonin) to mimic the body's own 7-hour Mesa Wave™, a natural pattern of melatonin blood levels during a normal night's sleep cycle. The study demonstrated the continuous release and absorption of 99 percent ultra-pure melatonin in REMfresh® (CRA-melatonin) was designed to induce sleep onset and provide continuous, lasting restorative sleep over 7 hours. The scientifically advanced, patented formulation, called Ion Powered Pump (IPP™) technology, replicates the way in which the body naturally releases and absorbs melatonin, unlike conventional melatonin sleep products. Since REMfresh® is not a drug, there is no drug hangover.

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