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Agel REM
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Agel Rem

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Agel REMWhen you need that sleep quickly and you need it to be sound sleep – that’s when you need REM. The convenience in a gel strip is unmatched by any other means of digestibility. A gel strip which turns to gel almost immediately, giving you the ability to get that sleep you want and put aside the worries of the day and the events of the next day. REM gives you the sleep you want when you want it with 1mg of melatonin. REM is the sleeping aid you have been seeking, solving the insomnia you find to be so frustrating!

Agel REM  How  it can help you.

  • Promotes natural sleep
  • Helps establish normal sleep patterns

Remark: Price stated above is the price per container sold in U.S. and each container contains 24 gel stripes. Usually, 1 gel stripes is consumed per sleeping. Price of product sold in other country may be vary by country. Click buy now to observe product price in your country.

Overview

Agel REMThose who are sleep deprived miss more work, family time and leisure time than those who sleep soundly. Don't miss out anymore. With Agel REM you can reset your sleep patterns and get back in the habit of sleeping soundly; awaking in the morning feeling refreshed and ready for the day.

Agel REM's key ingredient is Melatonin, a hormone created by the pineal gland which assist your sleep/wake cycle. With a single Gel Strip REM delivers 1 mg of melatonin and can help you reset, renew and re-embrace life. Inspired by the natural rhythm of life, REM is an excellent option for those experiencing occasional sleeplessness, jet lag, or those wanting to improve the quality of their rest.

  • Promotes natural sleep
  • Helps establish normal sleep patterns

Usages

Agel REM

Use to help relieve occasional sleeplessness

Directions: dissolve one gel strip on tongue before bedtime.

Get back to Sleeping…

Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or lacking consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles. It is distinguished from quiet wakefulness by a decreased ability to react to stimuli, but it is more easily reversible than hibernation or coma. Sleep is a heightened anabolic state, accentuating the growth and rejuvenation of the immune, nervous, skeletal and muscular systems. It is observed in all mammals, all birds, and many reptiles, amphibians, and fish.

Agel REMThe purposes and mechanisms of sleep are only partially clear and are the subject of intense research. Sleep is often thought to help conserve energy, but actually decreases metabolism only about 5–10%. Hibernating animals need to sleep despite the hypometabolism seen in hibernation, and in fact they must return from hypothermia to euthermy in order to sleep, making sleeping “energetically expensive.”

In mammals and birds, sleep is divided into two broad types: rapid eye movement (REM) and non-rapid eye movement (NREM or non-REM) sleep. Each type has a distinct set of associated physiological, neurological, and psychological features. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine(AASM) further divides NREM into three stages: N1, N2, and N3, the last of which is also called delta sleep or slow-wave sleep (SWS). Sleep proceeds in cycles of REM and NREM, the order normally being N1 → N2 → N3 → N2 → REM. There is a greater amount of deep sleep (stage N3) early in the night, while the proportion of REM sleep increases later in the night and just before natural awakening.

Rapid eye movement sleep, or REM sleep, accounts for 20–25% of total sleep time in most human adults. The criteria for REM sleep include rapid eye movements as well as a rapid low-voltage EEG. Most memorable dreaming occurs in this stage. At least in mammals, a descending muscular atonia is seen. Such paralysis may be necessary to protect organisms from self-damage through physically acting out scenes from the often-vivid dreams that occur during this stage.

The product by Agel named REM provides melatonin in a suspended gel strip for best bioavailability for getting to sleeping quickly without having problems getting up. Get to sleeping naturally with the REM product with melatonin.

Ingredients

Agel REM Supplement facts

Some Facts about key Ingredient in REM - Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone made by the pineal gland, a small gland in the brain. Melatonin helps control your sleep and wake cycles. Very small amounts of it are found in foods such as meats, grains, fruits, and vegetables.

Agel REMYour body has its own internal clock that controls your natural cycle of sleeping and waking hours. In part, your body clock controls how much melatonin your body makes. Normally, melatonin levels begin to rise in the mid- to late evening, remain high for most of the night, and then drop in the early morning hours.

Light affects how much melatonin your body produces. During the shorter days of the winter months, your body may produce melatonin either earlier or later in the day than usual. Natural melatonin levels slowly drop with age. Some older adults make very small amounts of it or none at all.

Studies suggest that melatonin supplements may help people with disrupted circadian rhythms (such as people with jet lag or those who work the night shift) and those with low melatonin levels (such as some seniors) to sleep better. A review of clinical studies suggests that melatonin supplements may help prevent jet lag, particularly in people who cross five or more time zones.

A few clinical studies suggest that when taken for short periods of time (days to weeks) melatonin is more effective than a placebo in reducing the time it takes to fall asleep, increasing the number of sleeping hours, and boosting daytime alertness.

Gel Science

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We could call it a "breakthrough innovation," but really...It’s all about the gel. What is suspension gel? It’s a plant-based, gelatinous fluid that allows basic nutrients to "float."

When nutrients "float," they stay dissolved and "suspended" and are more portable, easier to ingest, more accurate in their dosage and more readily absorbed by your body.

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More Portable

The science is clear. To get the most out of nutrients, you need to take them around the time you eat. That means carrying them around with you!

You can’t take a supplement you leave at home. And the soft suspension gel packs couldn’t be more grab-able, pocket-stuff-able, rip-and-sip-able, even fun to hold. Never forget your nutrition again.

Easier to Ingest

Let’s face it. Pills are hard to swallow—and not just for kids and seniors. Liquids often taste terrible. There has to be an easier way. There is. Suspension gel packs taste great and couldn’t be easier to sip. No spilling. No choking. No pill after taste. No water needed. Just nutrition where you need it.

More Accurate in Dosage

Each suspension gel pack contains an exact dosage of the nutrients your body needs, and the patent-pending gel technology means you get every last drop when you "rip and sip." No shaking. No ingredient sediments at the bottom that you miss. Each gel is a uniform blend of goodness with the same dosage of nutrients, every time.

Easily to absorbed by your Body

It’s called "bioavailability." That’s a big word for how readily your body can absorb the nutrients you swallow. Athletes take carbohydrates in gel packs mid-race so they get the benefit immediately.

Now you can get immediate results. Pills and their coatings may or may not get broken down. Liquids must be shaken and taken immediately. But the nutrients in gel packs are always dissolved, suspended, and ready to go to work.

Suspension Gel Technology - it’s all about the gel.

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Bibliography

Agel REM

REM Bibliography

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Arendt J. Melatonin, circadian rhythms and sleep. New Engl J Med; 2000;343(15):1114-1116.

Attele AS, Xie JT, Yuan CS. Treatment of insomnia: an alternative approach.Altern Med Rev. 2000;5(3):249-259.

Barcelo E. Melatonin -- estrogen interactions in breast cancer. J of Pineal Res. 2005;38:217-222.

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Bazil CW, Short D, Crispin D, Zheng W. Patients with intractable epilepsy have low melatonin, which increases following seizures. Neurology. 2000;55(11):1746-1748.

Brown GM, Pandi-Perumal SR, Trakht I, Cardinali DP. Melatonin and its relevance to jet lag. Travel Med Infect Dis. 2009 Mar;7(2):69-81. Review.

Bylesjo I, Forsgren L, Wetterberg L. Melatonin and epileptic seizures in patients with acute intermittent porphyria. Epileptic Disord. 2000;2(4):203-208.

Chang FY, Lu CL. Treatment of irritable bowel syndrome using complementary and alternative medicine. J Chin Med Assoc. 2009 Jun;72(6):294-300. Review.

Cornelissen G, Halberg F, Burioka N, Perfetto F, Tarquini R, Bakken EE. Do plasma melatonin concentrations decline with age?Am J Med. 2000;109(4):343-345.

Cos S, Sanchez-Barcelo EJ. Melatonin and mamary pathological growth. Frontiers Neuroendo. 2000;21:133-170.

Gordon N. The therapeutics of melatonin: a paediatric perspective. Brain Dev. 2000;22(4):213-217.

Herxheimer A, Petrie KJ. Melatonin for preventing and treating jet lag. Cocharane Database Syst Rev. 2001;(1):CD001520.

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