I'd have a hard time falling asleep or I'd wake up to use the bathroom and could not go back to sleep.
Either way, my mind was too busy, thinking about everything I needed to get done.
This meant I'd get maybe four hours of sleep.
The next day, not only would I be tired and groggy, but I'd also have a headache. So I desperately needed to do something about it.
I tried a dark room, cooler temperatures, different pillows, and more, but nothing seemed to make a difference.
Then one day I found out about these products that are not drugs, because I didn't want a pharmaceutical or over-the-counter sleeping pill.
Now I sleep through the night and wake up feeling good. It's nice to finally find something that actually makes a difference.
What if they work for you the way they have for me?
A Little Known Way to Sleep at Night
Do you have any of these symptoms?
- Can't fall asleep at night
- Waking up in the middle of the night and cannot go back to sleep
- Tossing and turning, thinking of things you need to do the next day
- Never fully rested and alert after waking up
- Looking for something to help you sleep, that’s not a prescription drug or over-the-counter medicine
You've likely looked online, desperate for a solution to your sleeping problem. (A search for "sleep problems" shows 139 million results on Google.)
You may have visited the doctor's office, resulting in a prescription for sleeping pills. (Bad news. Did you know these highly addictive medications were designed to be used for only a few weeks? Besides, they do not deal with the root cause of insomnia.)
You’ve probably tried a darker room, cooler temperatures, a nightly routine, cutting out caffeine, relaxation techniques, and turning off your smartphone.
Yet, you still suffer from sleepless nights. (Do any of these things consistently work?)
Fortunately, there’s a little-known way to sleep better at night.
It's guaranteed to work almost every single time and usually within twenty-four hours.
I’m talking about magnesium.
It's a mineral that’s vital to your health. Involved in over three hundred biochemical reactions, magnesium plays a major role in the day-to-day functions of your body.
Every single one of your cells need it.
Magnesium strengthens your bones, keeps your heart beating, and helps convert food to energy.
When it comes to sleep, magnesium is important because it releases calming chemicals throughout your nervous system and brain.
Without these chemicals, your mind will not switch off, and you will lie in bed at night, staring at the ceiling.
Having enough magnesium in your body doesn’t mean you’ll always quickly go into a deep sleep and stay that way.
But if you don’t have enough of this mineral, then it’s guaranteed you won’t.
And almost everyone is deficient of magnesium. (Eighty percent of Americans do not get enough of it.)
How can you tell if you need more magnesium?
If you have difficulty going to sleep, easily wake up, or wake up before your alarm goes off, you’re probably deficient of magnesium.
If you tire easily, have headaches, chocolate cravings, eye twitches, muscle cramps, or cold hands and feet, you probably need more magnesium.
However, the biggest sign you have a magnesium deficiency is trouble with sleep.
How do you increase your levels of magnesium?
The easiest and most effective way is a topical skin supplement. When applied to your skin, you absorb pretty much all of the magnesium.
You can also apply it to specific areas, such as your face, chest, and feet, in order to help you sleep.
On the other hand, when magnesium is taken orally, the supplement goes through the digestive system, and can cause diarrhea.
Some oral magnesium supplements even have warnings regarding your kidneys.
There is scientific evidence magnesium can help you get better sleep.
A 2012 study found magnesium supplementation was able to lower cortisol concentrations. Cortisol is a stress hormone. Insomnia sufferers who supplemented with magnesium were able to improve the quality of their sleep.
Supplementation of magnesium appears to improve subjective measures of insomnia such as ISI score, sleep efficiency, sleep time and sleep onset latency, early morning awakening, and likewise, insomnia objective measures such as concentration of serum renin, melatonin, and serum cortisol, in elderly people.
- Journal of Research in Medical Science
In addition, a 2009 report called, "Effects of Trace Element Nutrition on Sleep Patterns in Adult Women" found both calcium and magnesium taken together were effective for sleep problems.
A lack of the nutrients calcium and magnesium will cause you to wake up after a few hours and not be able to return to sleep.
- Dr. James F. Balch, M.D.
Calcium also helps your brain create melatonin, known for its ability to help you sleep.
Magnesium: The Secret to Sleep
A lack of magnesium is one of the main reasons people have trouble sleeping at night.
Supplementing with topical magnesium Mag-nificence™ is a quick and easy way to summon the sandman.
The question is, why do so many people wait to try it?
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P.S. Magnesium is a little known mineral that's critical to helping you sleep. It releases chemicals that switch your brain to the "off" mode. Without it, you lie in bed at night, staring at the ceiling.
In addition to using Mag-nificence™, I also use several other supplements to help me sleep.
The first one is Composure®. It’s a blend of eight different herbs made from natural plant ingredients (alfalfa, marshmallow root, oatstraw, irish moss, passionflower, shavegrass, slippery elm bark, and yucca).
Studies show these herbs have a calming and relaxing effect on your body, especially the passionflower herb, which has been used for centuries as a calming herb and anxiety-reliever.
I take two capsules thirty minutes before bedtime. This helps me fall asleep almost as soon as my head hits the pillow.
Along with Composure®, I also use Herbal Fiberblend®. I take three of these capsules, thirty minutes before going to bed.
Combining these two supplements enhances the herbal benefits of Composure® and causes me to quickly fall asleep.
(Composure® and Herbal Fiberblend® cause me to quickly fall asleep, while the Mag-nificence™ lotion helps me to stay asleep.)
Finally, CalciAIM™ contains calcium, magnesium, Vitamin C, and Vitamin D. When taken together, calcium and magnesium have been found to be effective for sleep problems.
Calcium helps your brain create melatonin, a natural chemical which helps you sleep.
In summary, I use Mag-nificence™, Composure®, Herbal Fiberblend®, and CalciAIM™ to sleep at night. As a result, I wake up rested, alert, and feeling good.
Maybe they’ll work for you the way they have for me?
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What People Are Saying
Sometimes the details of the job keep me awake at night, so I started taking Composure. The results really impressed me. I wear a fitness tracker that can also measure sleep patterns. Before taking Composure, I was getting only 5 hours of light sleep and 2 hours of sound sleep.
With Composure, the numbers reversed: 5 hours of sound sleep and 2 hours of light sleep. I sleep well and awaken fully recharged. In fact, I haven't felt better since." - Sunny Yee, Vancouver, British Columbia
“I keep Composure handy in my bedroom and am never without it. When I have overdone it and am achy tired, I can’t go to sleep. I take some Composure and lie down immediately and stay very still. In about twenty minutes, I feel the ache drain out of my body and then I’m able to fall asleep. Composure is wonderful and a must for me.” - Betty Ann Henrichson, San Antonio, Texas
"I take two capsules each night, two to three hours before retiring and I sleep solid all night long. Before Composure, I was up three to five times a night and could not stay asleep. As a realtor, I put in long hours plus the stress. Composure is giving me the rest I haven't had since I was very young. Thank you for such a wonderful product." - Sandy Dingler, Ocala, Florida
"For the past seven years, I've had trouble with sleeping and stress. I tried different things and they always helped a little, but never were a complete solution. The [Magnificence] lotion and spray have become part of my nighttime routine. I put them on my legs and arms after a bath. I feel a lot better." - Vicky Covington, Joplin, Missouri
"I've been taking Composure for many years as a sleep aid. Depending on what the day has been like, I take two to three capsules about half an hour before bed. They work wonderfully. I relax and sleep soundly. When I wake up, I feel great with no fogginess or drowsiness." - Nancy Kipp, Littleton, Colorado
"I love the feeling of relaxation and peace it [Magnificence] gives me." - Cathy McCrea, Meridian, Idaho
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is magnesium? It is a mineral involved in well over three hundred biochemical reactions in your body, particularly in your bones, muscles, and brain. It’s the missing mineral that is vital to your good health.
Q: What causes a deficiency of magnesium? Aging, stress, sugar, diet and regular soft drinks, caffeine, prescription drugs, alcohol, synthetic calcium supplements, and medical procedures can all cause a magnesium deficiency.
In addition to sleep disorders, a deficiency of magnesium can cause many health problems, including headaches, asthma, fatigue, tooth decay, osteoporosis, high blood pressure - and even heart attacks.
Q: What is Mag-nificence™? It’s a lotion. It also comes as a spray, as well as a bath additive. All three of them are applied to the skin, which is the most effective way to get magnesium to your cells.
Q: How does magnesium help you sleep? It releases calming chemicals throughout your nervous system and brain. Without these chemicals, your mind will not switch off and you cannot go to sleep.
Q: How much magnesium spray and lotion do I need to use? How often should I take it? It’s not about a certain amount, but how you feel.
One idea is to make a list of magnesium deficiency symptoms you may have and see how much they affect you. After writing down your symptoms, take enough magnesium to relieve them. That’s all there is to it.
Note: In the beginning, you’ll probably need to use more magnesium spray and lotion in order to sleep. Once you find yourself falling asleep at night, then you may only need to use enough spray and lotion to maintain it.
By the way, many experts believe the mineral is so effective, if a person says magnesium is not helping them sleep, then they simply have not taken enough of it.
Note: The largest pores on your skin are on the bottom of your feet. So I apply the lotion every night to my feet and wear baggy socks to bed. I also use the lotion and spray on my face, neck, arms, chest, and stomach.
Q: Can you get enough magnesium from your diet? Magnesium is found in greens, nuts, and seeds. (The food highest in magnesium is seaweed.) But most people don’t eat much, if any, of these foods.
Most soils have low levels of magnesium. This is due to using fertilizers that don’t contain magnesium, as well as over-farming. The result is food that's extremely low in magnesium. (If the nutrients are not in the soil, then they’re not in your food - which means they’re not in you.)
Note: Some people believe by eating organic, they will get enough magnesium. However, if your organic farmer does not use rock salt, rock powder, or rock dust, along with magnesium fertilizer, the soil is not going to have magnesium in it for the plants.
Q: Why not simply take a sleeping pill? Sleeping pills can be highly addictive, even when taken for as little as one month. They can have severe withdrawal symptoms, as well as significant side-effects (daytime drowsiness, cognitive impairment, balance problems, strong potential for addiction, and according to a recent study, increased risk of death.)
Did you know sleeping pills used to have warning labels stating to only use them for two weeks? Why have there been no long-term studies on sleeping pills?
Note: Research in JAMA Internal Medicine says sleeping pills can cause dementia, by blocking the action of the sleep neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.
Q: Is Epsom salt better than AIM Mag-nificence™? Epsom salt is known as magnesium sulfate, while Mag-nificence™ is made from magnesium chloride. Small studies have found magnesium sulfate (epsom salt) is not absorbed nearly as well as magnesium chloride (Mag-nificence™).
Note: Epsom salts are quickly excreted through the kidneys and difficult to absorb in the body. You need to add much more of it to a bath to get results. It works mainly as a laxative. Epsom salts (magnesium sulfate) is alkaline and can negatively change the pH balance of your skin.
Q: These herbs are also in Herbal Fiberblend®. Why not only use this supplement? The herbs in Composure® are in extract or concentrated form, which results in a more effective product for helping you sleep.
Taking Composure® with the Herbal Fiberblend® capsules enhances the herbal benefits of Composure®.
Q: Do I need to take Composure® every day? Yes. I've found taking Composure® every evening causes me to have consistent sleeping results.
Q: Is it better to take Composure® during the day or should I only take it at night? You should use Composure® when you feel you need it. Some people use it during the day because it helps them with stressful situations, while others take it in the evening to relax and sleep. I only use Composure® at night, in order to help me sleep.
Q: What other things have you found to help you sleep at night? One thing I've found are orange, blue blocker glasses. Studies show people who use blue-blocking glasses, even in a lit room or while using an electronic device, produce as much melatonin as if it were dark.
I also installed a simple piece of software called F.lux. It's designed to remove blue light from your computer at night. (Blue light tricks your brain into thinking it's daytime.) Once you set it up, you never need to touch it again. Best of all, it's free.
Another thing that has helped me sleep at night is a heavy comforter or bedspread. Several studies show a weighted blanket improved the sleep of insomniacs. Since deep-touch pressure reportedly lowers heart rate and cortisol levels, while increasing serotonin (a brain chemical), it makes sense that a heavy bedspread can help you sleep at night.
Note: A weighted blanket can cost around $300.
- Something else that has helped me sleep at night is to have a pen and paper beside my bed. If I think of something I need to do the next day, I write a quick reminder note, then forget about it.
- One reason many people have trouble going to the Land of Nod is their brain is doing too much thinking. An effective way to still an active mind is good, old-fashioned reading. The key is to deliberately empty your mind of other thoughts and focus in on what you're reading. To learn more about this method, check out this book by Clicking Here.
- One last thing I've found to help me sleep better is eliminating wheat from my diet. I used to get up several times at night to use nasal spray, because I was clogged up and couldn't breathe.
Then one day I read I could lose some weight by removing wheat, grains, and corn from my diet. Not only did I end up dropping a few pounds, but to my surprise, I was no longer having trouble breathing at night.
Who would have ever thought making a few changes to my diet, along with using magnesium and a few other supplements, would help me sleep at night?
Q: What is the cost of Mag-nificence™? The Mag-nificence™ lotion is $19.50 for AIM Members, while the cost of the spray is $10.50.
The new Mag-nificence™ Cell Wellness Restorer, which most people add to their bath, is $8.00 for Members. (A six-pack is $42.00, a savings of $6.00.)
Q: What is the cost of the other AIM sleep supplements? Composure® is $17.50, while the price for Herbal Fiberblend® is $38, and CalciAIM™ is $32 for AIM Members.
With an AIM membership, you get the wholesale price, and the total cost of the AIM Sleep Package is $125.50.
On the other hand, if you were to pay the retail price, the total is $161.00.
So by becoming a Member, you save $35.50.
Note: Herbal Fiberblend® and CalciAIM™ last several months for me. On the other hand, I order the Mag-nificence™ lotions and Composure® capsules every month.
Q: How do you become an AIM Member? You know how Costco™ and Sam's Club™ have an annual membership? And then you get things at a special member price? This works like that.
For a one-time fee of $20, you get a membership to The AIM Companies™. This allows you to get Mag-nificence™, Composure®, and other AIM supplements at the wholesale price, instead of paying retail.
However, with an initial product order of $100 or more, the $20 application fee is waived and you get your AIM membership for free.
Note: If you decide to sign-up for the monthly auto-ship, you get an additional five percent discount on orders of $100 or more. On orders of $300 or more, you get an additional ten percent discount.
Q: Will the AIM sleep supplements work for me? I don’t know if they’ll work for you or not, but what if they do? What if they work for you the way they have for me? The only way to know is for you to try them.
Q: What are the detriments of Mag-nificence™ and the other AIM sleep supplements? The following are some possible detriments I’ve come up with concerning these supplements:
- After I shave, I use the Mag-nificence™ lotion on my face. It really stings! This is because magnesium chloride is a salt. When you put it on your freshly shaven face, now covered in micro-abrasions, it stings like salt. I wait a few minutes and the stinging eventually stops. (I also do not apply the lotion near my eyes or sensitive areas.)
- Mag-nificence™ is available as a lotion and a spray. It can feel sticky, so you may not like the idea of applying it to your face, neck, arms, chest, stomach, and feet before going to bed.
- Composure® and Herbal Fiberblend® are available as veggie capsules. If you have trouble swallowing capsules or pills, you may have a hard time with Composure® and Herbal Fiberblend®.
- CalciAIM™ is a natural citrus drink mix that comes as a powder. You may not like the taste of it.
- Mag-nificence™, Composure®, and other AIM supplements cannot be purchased at a retail store. So if you run out of them and do not have a back-up, it takes five to seven days for your new order to arrive. (Monthly auto-ship option is also available.)
- A small number of people may feel worse after taking Mag-nificence™, Herbal Fiberblend®, Composure® and CalciAIM™. This is due to a cleansing process known as detoxification, which is the body getting rid of toxins. This usually lasts less than a few days.
- Some people may feel the cost of Mag-nificence™, Composure®, and other AIM sleep supplements do not fit their budget. You should not buy products if you are unable to afford them. (Cheap supplements are not good and good supplements are not cheap. Quality is everything. No matter how little you pay, the most expensive supplement is one that doesn’t work.)
Q: Who makes Mag-nificence™, Composure® and other AIM sleep supplements? The AIM Companies™, a thirty-five year-old company based out of Nampa, Idaho.
In 1982, The AIM Companies™ pioneered a way to juice plants such as carrots, beets and barley. The juice is then made into an easy to consume powder, delivering to the body concentrated nutrition.
They have gone on to create additional supplements such as Mag-nificence™, Composure®, Herbal Fiberblend™ and more.
Q: Is The AIM Companies™ a network marketing company? Yes, AIM is a no-nonsense company that focuses on health and nutrition.
And there is the option to do network marketing, if someone wants to do it. However, I focus on direct sales and getting customers. I use this website to bring information about Mag-nificence™ and Composure® directly to people who want to learn more about them. The AIM Companies™ compensates me to do that, instead of setting up retail stores.
Anyway, I absolutely do not hype or hound anyone, in case you’re worried about that. Fewer than one in one hundred people want to do any type of sales, so why annoy them and take a chance on losing a good customer?
I also do not try to convince or persuade anyone to become a customer. I simply find people that already believe nutrition matters. (In other words, I sell nuts to squirrels. I don’t try to persuade dolphins that nuts are delicious.)
The Bottom Line: If purchasing supplements from a network marketing company makes you feel at all uncomfortable, then you should not order Mag-nificence™, Composure®, and other sleep supplements from The AIM Companies™.
Q: How often do I have to order? You only order what you need. There’s no monthly quota or required minimum order. You order what you want, when you want it.
Note: Many people are understandably skeptical of network marketing companies and concerned they’ll have products coming to their house every month - even if they don’t want them. An AIM membership is simply a wholesale number, which allows you to order products at wholesale prices and save money.
Q: Do Mag-nificence™, Composure®, and other AIM supplements come with any type of guarantee? All nutritional products from The AIM Companies™ come with an absolute satisfaction, no fine print guarantee. If for any reason you are not completely satisfied, simply return the unused products within thirty days, for a full 100% money-back refund. No hassles and no hard feelings.
Q: How do I order? Whenever we order, we have the option of going online or calling 1-800-456-2462. It’s extremely convenient and our order arrives within five to seven days. When calling to become an AIM Member and place an order, use our referral number 477210.
Mag-nificence™, Composure®, Herbal Fiberblend®, and CalciAIM™ are for people who have trouble sleeping at night because their mind is too busy, and they want something that’s not drugs to help them calm down, so they can sleep, like I do now.
Does that sound like you?
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"I believe the underlying reason for most sleep disorders is magnesium deficiency and magnesium is my first recommendation to anyone who can't sleep properly." - Dr. Carolyn Dean, M.D., N.D.