Steel Dreams

Sleep Support and Recovery*

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Helps You Fall Asleep Naturally*

Steel Dreams™ is an all-natural, non-habit forming, sleep and recovery aid scientifically formulated to help reduce stress, calm a hyperactive nervous system, and improve sleep quality and duration.*

Deep, restful night’s sleep is essential to recovering from the host of stressors you encounter on a daily basis, and Steel Dreams™ helps optimize your sleep so that every minute and hour you get goes towards building a stronger, healthier, and more resilient you.*

Features and Benefits

Enhances REM Sleep*
 Boosts Sleep Quality*
 Promotes Relaxation*
Improves Recovery*
Non-Habit Forming*

What It Is

An all-natural, non-habit forming, sleep and recovery aid.*

What It Does

Steel Dreams™ is scientifically formulated to help reduce stress, calm a hyperactive nervous system, and improve sleep quality and duration.*

Proven Active Ingredients

Ashwagandha Root Standardized Extract (Withania Somnifera) (5% withanolides) (KSM-66®): Ashwagandha, also known as Withania Somnifera or Indian Ginseng, is a powerful adaptogen that promotes balance in the body. KSM-66® Ashwagandha is the highest-quality ashwagandha extract on the world market today and has been clinically proven to reduce stress, improve memory and cognition, improve sexual performance, enhance sports performance and control weight management.*

L-Theanine: Found prevalently in tea leaves, L-Theanine is a powerful amino acid that supports brain and heart health, but it’s most commonly used to improve mood and reduce stress. L-Theanine also enhances alpha brain wave activity, which supports mental relaxation, concentration, and deep REM sleep.*

Research has shown that L-Theanine increases the levels, as well as the effectiveness, of GABA, the body’s primary “downer” neurotransmitter.*

Valerian Root Powder (Valeriana Officinalis):  The most commonly used herb to induce sleep in both the United States and Europe. Numerous studies and meta-analyses have noted the slumber-inducing botanical to be an effective option for those looking to improve sleep and insomnia without experiencing any adverse side effects.*

One of the primary components within Valerian is a compound called valerenic acid, which has been noted to increases brain levels of GABA, slowing down nerve activity in the brain and generating a calming effect.*

Chamomile Powder (Matricaria Chamomilla) (Flower): One of the oldest medicinal herbs in human history, Chamomile is one of the most popular nighttime teas individuals brew when looking to relax, unwind, and get ready for a restorative night’s sleep.*

The flowers of chamomile are rich if terpenoids and flavonoids, and its believed these phytochemicals are the driving force behind the use of chamomile in the treatment of numerous ailments including everything from muscle spasms to insomnia and even rheumatic pain.*

One of the more prominent flavonoids within chamomile is apigenin, which has been noted to exert mild sedative effects due to its affinity for the benzodiazepine receptors in the brain. As a result of this binding, chamomile exerts a mild depressive effect, soothing a hyperactive CNS, allowing you to unwind in the evening and set the stage for a “productive” night’s rest.*

Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa Officinalis) (Leaf): A lemon-scented herb renowned for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties. Lemon balm is rich in many triterpenes, phenolics, and other volatile compounds shown to increases GABA levels in the brain through its inhibition of GABA transaminase — the enzyme that degrades GABA.*

Research using lemon balm alone or in combination with valerian (also present in Steel Dreams™) notes improved sleep quality in patients who have insomnia. Researchers attributed this enhanced quality of sleep to increased levels of GABA, which promote calmness and relaxation.*

Rutaecarpine: Extracted from the Chinese herb Evodia rutaecarpa, rutaecarpine is an alkaloid noted for its vasorelaxant effect as well as its ability to increase the body’s metabolism of caffeine. Rutaecarpine enhances the speed with which your body processes and excretes caffeine, which is important if you’re one of those people who consume caffeine late in the day and has trouble getting to sleep at night.*

5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) (Griffonia Simplicifolia) (Seed): A metabolite of L-Tryptophan (an essential amino acid, as well as the direct precursor to serotonin — a neurotransmitter/hormone that plays a critical role in mood as well as sleep. However, unlike serotonin which cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, 5-HTP readily crosses it and readily converts to serotonin.*

In addition to its mood-boosting effects, 5-HTP, in combination with GABA-promoting agents (like the ones found in Steel Dreams™) has been noted to reduce sleep latency (the time required to fall asleep) along with improvements in sleep duration and quality.*

Passion Flower Extract (Passiflora Incarnata) (Whole Plant): A botanical for improving sleep and relieving stress. Found throughout North America, Native Americans have long used the flower for its anxiolytic and sedative effects.*

Passionflower is loaded with bioactive compounds including various flavonoids, indole alkaloids, and maltol. Chief among these compounds is chrysin, a flavonoid documented to bind to benzodiazepine receptors and act as an agonist for GABA activity. The result of these actions is that passionflower has an inhibitory effect on the brain, promoting relaxation and alleviating stress. Research using passionflower tea noted it improved subjective measures of sleep quality in adults.*

Venetron® (Rafuma Extract) (Apocynum Venetum L.) (Leaf): Derived from Apocynum venetum L., a shrub of the dogbane family found extensively across China, Venetron® is a powerful standardized extract of the plant containing high levels of bioactive flavonoids, including hyperoside, isoquercitrin, malonyl hyperoside, and quercitrin.

Apocynum venetum has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine as an anxiolytic. One of the flavonoids present in Venetron®, kaempferol, has been shown to be an important anxiety-reducing compound.* Human trials using this new age stress/anxiety relief agent note its safety and efficacy for improving symptoms associated with insomnia, anxiety, and depression.*

Melatonin: A hormone naturally produced by the pineal gland that plays a critical role in our circadian rhythm which regulates our sleep-wake cycles.*

Secretion of melatonin is low during daylight, slowly increasing after sunset, with peak levels generally occurring between the hours of 11 PM and 3 AM. However, melatonin production is stunted by exposure to light, mainly blue light — the same kind of light emitted from your tablet, smartphone, laptop, and tv. The longer you expose yourself to blue light, the more you reduce melatonin secretion, and the more difficulty you have sleeping.

Supplementing with melatonin is a safe, all-natural, and non-habit forming method for enhancing melatonin production in the body, thereby ushering you off to a deep, restorative night’s rest.*

Calcium (as Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Citrate): A mineral that is necessary for life. In addition to building bones and keeping them healthy, calcium enables our blood to clot, our muscles to contract, and our heart to beat.*

Calcium works together with magnesium (also present in Steel Dreams™) to relax muscles and calm nerves, helping you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly.*

Magnesium (as Magnesium Aspartate): A cofactor in more than 300 enzyme systems that regulate diverse biochemical reactions in the body, including protein synthesis, muscle and nerve function, blood glucose control, and blood pressure regulation.*

One of the main symptoms of insomnia happens to be magnesium deficiency, which is incredibly common in physically active individuals. Research notes that supplementing with magnesium improves insomnia.*

Directions

As a dietary supplement, start by assessing your tolerance with two (2) capsules of Steel Dreams™ 30 minutes prior to sleep. After individual tolerance is determined, take one serving (3 capsules) 30 minutes prior to sleep. Steel Dreams™ can be combined with Steel Core® for individuals looking for nighttime weight loss support.*

When you hear someone talk about living a “healthy lifestyle,” you typically think of eating a well-balanced diet rich in lean protein, fruits, vegetables, whole grains and healthy fats alongside a steady dose of exercise.

And, while diet and exercise are two fundamental pillars of living the fit life, they’re not the only two things you need.

You also need to limit/reduce stress in your day-to-day life, but most importantly, you need to sleep.

Sleep is perhaps the single most overlooked aspect of health, yet it’s the one that has the most impact. Sleep isn’t only needed for the very young and the very old; it’s a requirement of every person of every age.

Sleep deprivation impacts not only energy and alertness, but also cognitive function, memory, recovery from exercise, and performance. And, if you’re looking to build muscle or lose fat — and let’s be honest who doesn’t want to do those two things — sleep is paramount as skipping on sleep reduces muscle growth and promotes fat storage!

Suffice it to say that the old saying, “I’ll sleep when I’m dead” needs to be removed from our vernacular.

Despite knowing the importance of sleep, you still might struggle to doze off at night from a combination of an overactive mind, stress, and exposure to blue light.

To help you drift off to sleep, support your health, longevity, and fitness goals, SteelFit® has developed Steel Dreams™.

What is Steel Dreams™?

Steel Dreams™ is an all-natural, non-habit forming, sleep and recovery aid scientifically formulated to help reduce stress, calm a hyperactive nervous system, and improve sleep quality and duration.

Deep, restful night’s sleep is essential to recovering from the host of stressors you encounter on a daily basis, and Steel Dreams™ helps optimize your sleep, so that every minute and hour you get goes towards building a stronger, healthier, and more resilient you.

Why is Steel Dreams™ Better?

A common complaint with many sleep aids and nighttime recovery supplements is that users often never fully “wake up” the following morning, fighting a never-ending “haze” or brain fog that never lifts.

Steel Dreams™ contains only all-natural, non-habit-forming ingredients that gently soothe you to sleep without leaving you groggy or “hungover” in the morning.

What’s in Steel Dreams™?

KSM-66® Ashwagandha

Ashwagandha is a foundational herb in Ayurveda, the traditional medicine system native to India. It has been used for millennia to promotes body and brain health primarily through fortifying the stress response and bolstering the immune system.

But there’s one other essential thing ashwagandha aids — SLEEP.

The powerful adaptogen also goes by the name Withania somnifera, and, in case you weren’t aware, “somnifera” means sleep-inducing.” [1] But, it wasn’t until recently that scientists discovered the specific compound responsible for ashwagandha’s sleep-inducing qualities. That compound is triethylene glycol. [1]

Steel Dreams™ utilizes the highest quality ashwagandha extract on the market in KSM-66. Every serving of Steel Dreams™ includes 300mg KSM-66, the same dose proven in countless studies to reduce stress, alleviate anxiety, and optimize hormone levels. [2,3]

L-Theanine

Found prevalently in tea leaves, L-Theanine is a powerful amino acid that supports brain and heart health, but it’s most commonly used to improve mood and reduce stress. [4] Research has shown that L-Theanine increases the levels, as well as the effectiveness, of GABA, the body’s primary “downer” neurotransmitter.

Theanine also enhances alpha brain wave activity, which supports mental relaxation, concentration, and deep REM sleep. [4,5,6] Sleep studies using L-Theanine have noted that when individuals consume L-Theanine daily, they experience a higher quality of sleep, higher sleep percentages and better sleep efficiency. On top of that, L-Theanine also reduces the amount of time the participants were awake during the night after sleep started

Steel Dreams™ contains 200mg of L-Theanine to calm your CNS, enhance REM sleep, and boost sleep quality.

Valerian Root Powder

Valerian is the most commonly used herb to induce sleep in both the United States and Europe, and for a good reason, as numerous studies and meta-analyses have noted the slumber-inducing botanical to be an effective option for those looking to improve sleep and insomnia without experiencing any adverse side effects.[7,8,9]

The majority of valerian effects are due to its actions on the GABA receptor. And, seeing that GABA is the body’s primary inhibitory neurotransmitter, increasing GABA production should help “power you down” at night so that you can sleep soundly.

One of the primary components within Valerian is a compound called valerenic acid, which has been noted to increases brain levels of GABA, slowing down nerve activity in the brain and generating a calming effect. Due to Valerian’s powerful calming properties, it’s often called “nature’s valium”[10]. Valerian also “indirectly” supports GABA production in the body by preventing the “downer” neurotransmitter from being taken back into nerve cells, and preventing the breakdown of GABA by a pair of enzymes in GABA aminotransferase and succinic semialdehyde dehydrogenase.[11]

Believe it or not, Valerian also activates adenosine receptors, which help promote sleep.[12]

Chamomile Flower Powder

Chamomile is one of the most popular nighttime teas individuals brew when looking to relax, unwind, and get ready for a restorative night’s sleep. This comes as no surprise, as the humble flower is one of the oldest medicinal herbs in human history.[13]

The flowers of chamomile are rich if terpenoids and flavonoids, and its believed these phytochemicals are the driving force behind the use of chamomile in the treatment of numerous ailments including everything from muscle spasms to insomnia and even rheumatic pain.

One of the more prominent flavonoids within chamomile is apigenin, which has been noted to exert mild sedative effects due to its affinity for the benzodiazepine receptors in the brain.[14] As a result of this binding, chamomile exerts a mild depressive effect, soothing a hyperactive CNS, allowing you to unwind in the evening and set the stage for a “productive” night’s rest.

Lemon Balm Extract

Also known as Melissa officinalis,  Lemon balm, as the name suggests, is a lemon-scented herb renowned for its calming and anti-inflammatory properties. Lemon balm is rich in many triterpenes, phenolics, and other volatile compounds shown to increases GABA levels in the brain through its inhibition of GABA transaminase — the enzyme that degrades GABA.[15]

Research using lemon balm alone or in combination with valerian (also present in Steel Dreams™) notes improved sleep quality in patients who have insomnia.[16] Researchers attributed this enhanced quality of sleep to increased levels of GABA, which promote calmness and relaxation.

Passion Flower Extract

Passionflower is yet another long used botanical for improving sleep and relieving stress. Found throughout North America, Native Americans have long used the flower for its anxiolytic and sedative effects.

Passionflower is loaded with bioactive compounds including various flavonoids, indole alkaloids, and maltol.[17,18] Chief among these compounds is chrysin, a flavonoid documented to bind to benzodiazepine receptors and act as an agonist for GABA activity. The result of these actions is that passionflower has an inhibitory effect on the brain, promoting relaxation and alleviating stress. Research using passionflower tea noted it improved subjective measures of sleep quality in adults.[19]

Rutaecarpine

Extracted from the Chinese herb Evodia rutaecarpa, rutaecarpine is an alkaloid noted for its vasorelaxant effect as well as its ability to increase the body’s metabolism of caffeine.[20,21] Essentially, supplementing with this phytocompound enhances the speed with which your body processes and excretes caffeine, which is important if you’re one of those people who consume caffeine late in the day and has trouble getting to sleep at night.

Rutaecarpine helps “clear” caffeine from your system more quickly so that you can still get to sleep on time, even if you had an after dinner coffee.

Venetron®

One of the newest sleep and mood support ingredients to debut recently is Venetron®. Derived from Apocynum venetum L., a shrub of the dogbane family found extensively across China, Venetron® is a powerful standardized extract of the plant containing high levels of bioactive flavonoids, including hyperoside, isoquercitrin, malonyl hyperoside, and quercitrin. FYI, several of these compounds can also be found in St. John’s Wort, one of the most popular mood-enhancement supplements around.

Apocynum venetum has long been used in traditional Chinese medicine as an anxiolytic. One of the flavonoids present in Venetron®, kaempferol, has been shown to be an important anxiety-reducing compound.[22]

Human trials using this new age stress/anxiety relief agent note its safety and efficacy for improving symptoms associated with insomnia, anxiety, depression, and even PMS.[23,24]

Melatonin

Melatonin might very well be the most well known all natural sleep aid on the market. It is a hormone naturally produced by the pineal gland that plays a critical role in our circadian rhythm which regulates our sleep-wake cycles.[26]

Secretion of melatonin is low during daylight, slowly increasing after sunset, with peak levels generally occurring between the hours of 11 PM and 3 AM. However, melatonin production is stunted by exposure to light, mainly blue light — the same kind of light emitted from your tablet, smartphone, laptop, and tv.

It’s no wonder the world is experiencing a sleep crisis — we’re bombarded by blue light 24/7, 365!

The longer you expose yourself to blue light, the more you reduce melatonin secretion, and the more difficulty you have sleeping.

Supplementing with melatonin is a safe, all-natural, and non-habit forming method for enhancing melatonin production in the body, thereby ushering you off to a deep, restorative night’s rest.[27,28]

5-HTP

5-HTP, short for 5-hydroxytryptophan, is a metabolite of L-Tryptophan (an essential amino acid, as well as the direct precursor to serotonin — a neurotransmitter/hormone that plays a critical role in mood as well as sleep. However, unlike serotonin which cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, 5-HTP readily crosses it and readily converts to serotonin.[29]

In addition to its mood-boosting effects, 5-HTP, in combination with GABA-promoting agents (like the ones found in Steel Dreams™) has been noted to reduce sleep latency (the time required to fall asleep) along with improvements in sleep duration and quality.[30]

Added Electrolytes

Steel Dreams™ also includes two essential minerals in calcium and magnesium. These two electrolytes serve a vital role in proper muscle function, and more pertinent to its inclusion in Steel Dreams™, insomnia.

One of the main symptoms of insomnia happens to be magnesium deficiency, which is incredibly common in physically active individuals. Research notes that supplementing with magnesium improves insomnia.[31]

Steel Dreams™ also includes calcium, which works together with magnesium to relax muscles and calm nerves, helping you fall asleep faster and sleep more soundly.[32]

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Size:

90 capsules, 1 Month Supply

Warning:

Do not use if safety seal is damaged or missing. This product is only intended for healthy adults, 18 years of age or older. Do not use this product if you are pregnant or nursing. Check with your doctor before using this product, especially if you have existing medical conditions. This product contains potent relaxation compounds intended to promote deep sleep. Do not ingest if unable to get a typical full nights rest. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery after taking this product. Do not use in conjunction with alcohol, prescription or over the counter medication. Discontinue 2 weeks prior to surgery. Immediately discontinue use and contact a medical doctor if you experience any adverse reaction to this product. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Store in a cool, dry place, tightly closed. Do not expose to excessive heat or moisture. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Due to the unique restrictions of many organizations, it is recommended that you consult with the appropriate governing body before taking this or any other dietary supplement.

Ingredients:

Calcium (as Calcium Carbonate and Calcium Citrate), Magnesium (as Magnesium Aspartate), KSM-66 Ashwagandha Root Standardized Extract (Withania somnifera) (5% withanolides), L-Theanine, Valerian Root Powder (Valeriana Officinalis), Chamomile Powder (Matricaria Chamomilla) (Flower), Lemon Balm Extract (Melissa Officinalis) (Leaf), Rutaecarpine, 5-HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan) (Griffonia Simplicifolia) (Seed), Passion Flower Extract (Passiflora Incarnata) (Whole Plant), Venetron® (Rafuma Extract) (Apocynum Venetum L.) (Leaf), Melatonin.

Other Ingredients:

Silicon Dioxide, Gelatin, Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Yellow #5, FD&C Blue #1, FD&C Red #3, Amaranth, Carmine.

Contains:

MILK.

Allergen Warning:

Produced on equipment that also processes dairy, soy, peanuts, or other tree nuts.