What is Asphalia for Natural Sleep?
Asphalia for Natural Sleep was originally developed by Coghill Research Laboratories to help people suffering from exposure to electro-magnetic fields (EMFs). Yet it has other advantages since it contains one of the most potent and versatile natural antioxidants – five times more powerful than Vitamin C. The same bio-molecule is known to help ensure a restful sleep without disturbing vital sleep patterns. Leading nutritionists are hailing Asphalia for Natural Sleep as the biggest breakthrough in sleep improvement for decades.
What does Asphalia for Natural Sleep do?
Do you feel tired without reason? Would you like to improve your complexion and general energy levels? Are you in need of a really good night’s sleep?
Scientific studies show that chronic exposure to much of our ‘convenience world’ with its electrical appliances, associated power lines, radio masts and wiring can cause tiredness, sleep disturbance, and increased free radical formation in body fluids, even cancer and other serious illness.
The body’s normal defence to free radical attack is to deploy its own anti-oxidants, such as catalase, glutathione, or to use up the anti-oxidants found in fresh fruit and vegetables. The trouble is the nutrient value of fresh produce from mainstream supermarkets (sometimes through irradiation or clever long-storage techniques) has fallen dramatically over recent decades and even more so in the last ten years.
Asphalia for Natural Sleep provides a powerful answer to electro-pollution (e-smog), with the added benefit of improved sleep, anti-aging and better general appearance. The principal anti-oxidant in Asphalia for Natural Sleep is five times as powerful as Vitamin C, twice as powerful as the tocopherols, and probably 500 times more powerful than most synthetic anti-oxidants. This same biomolecule is known to regulate the circadian cycle, helping to ensure a restful sleep without disturbing vital sleep architecture. This unique food supplement is proving to be an astonishing breakthrough for the one-in-four of us who suffer from sleep deprivation.