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You grow while you sleep, and if you’re not hitting that deep sleep stage, your GH and testosterone levels will reflect it. That’s why Chaos and Pain has introduced Hypnos, a sleep aid so potent you’ll have to peel the pillow off your face every morning before you head to work.
Hypnos contains potent sleep aids GABA and Theanine, which have been shown in a 2019 study to work in concert to reduce time to sleep, increase sleep duration and sleep quality. It also contains Mucuna Pruriens, which has been shown in studies to reduce cortisol levels in chronically stressed men and to improve their testosterone levels.
The next hyper-potent combination of sleep aids is Passion Flower, Hops, and Valerian, which is a long-used homeopathic aid used to reduce anxiety and promote restful sleep, in addition to being used to induce vivid dreams. Additionally, an Indian study in 2013 showed that this combination was as effective as the most popular prescription sleep aid on the market in reducing insomnia.
Lastly, Hypnos contains ZMA, a combination of minerals that has been long used as a sleep aid, and L-Tryptophan, which helps to reduce the occurrence of sleep disturbances once the onset of sleep has occurred.
Use 1-2 scoops in 8 ounces of water, 30-60 minutes prior to desired sleep. Shake well.
Hypnos contains no habit-forming substances, so there is no need to “cycle” it. It will, however, cause drowsiness, so the operation of motor vehicles and other machinery is strongly discouraged after taking Hypnos.
The TLDR? Babies don’t sleep this well. Hypnos will put you to sleep quickly, keep you asleep, and ensure that you’re dreaming so vividly you might as well be hitting the movies every night for eight hours.
Kim S, Jo K, Hong KB, Han SH, Suh HJ. GABA and l-theanine mixture decreases sleep latency and improves NREM sleep. Pharm Biol. 2019; 57(1): 65–73.
Maroo N, Hazra A, Das T. Efficacy and safety of a polyherbal sedative-hypnotic formulation NSF-3 in primary insomnia in comparison to zolpidem: A randomized controlled trial. Indian J Pharmacol. 2013 Jan-Feb; 45(1): 34–39.