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This Delicious Sleep Aid Helps You Rest Without Sedatives

Som Sleep is a delicious berry-flavored drink that’s powerful but not habit-forming.

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Sometimes it seems like we’re facing an epidemic of sleep troubles. The modern era just wasn’t engineered with the goal of everybody getting a decent shut eye, and as a result, many of us are suffering on a nightly (and daily) basis. That means it’s up to us to try and take control of our own sleep habits.  And for many, Som Sleep is a sleep aid that might just be the perfect solution.

It’s not unusual to worry about using a powerful prescription sedative for fear of becoming addicted, not to mention all the other potentially dangerous side-effects you might have to worry about. But Som Sleep was created to give users a good night’s rest with minimal side-effects, all in the form of a delicious berry-flavored drink that’s effective without being habit-forming. This is accomplished by way of the Original Som Sleep Formula, or “Som Stack,” which combines natural ingredients with green tea to give your body the nutritional building blocks of a good night’s sleep.

Som Sleep: A Sleep Aid That’s Tasty, Powerful, Nutritious, and Safe

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What is the Som Stack? Primarily it’s a proprietary blend of L-theanine, GABA, melatonin, as well as water, cane sugar, erythritol, natural flavors, citric acid, magnesium citrate, stevia leaf extract, and pyridoxine hydrochloride. Your mouth’s not watering yet? Well, it also has a tasty berry flavor that helps it go down smooth when you take it about half an hour before bedtime.

Som Sleep is powerful enough that it’s not recommended for use unless you’re ready to devote at least 7-8 uninterrupted hours to sleep. At the same time, it’s also gentler than typical sedatives, and you don’t have to worry about it turning into a habit. If you’re having difficulty sleeping but are reluctant to try a sedative due to concerns over addiction or other side effects, Som Sleep might be an ideal solution.

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More good news: Even though Som Sleep was primarily developed as a daily sleep supplement, it also has some extra nutritional value: Every serving contains Vitamin B6 and magnesium, nutrients that are both integral for the process of biosynthesis.

Almost everybody could use a little help in the sleep and biosynthesis departments, and if you’ve been particularly concerned about your lack of rest, there’s really no reason not to give Som Sleep a try. And with a subscription plan, you can save 20 percent on each Som Sleep 12-pack when they are delivered to your door every. There are 30, 45, or 60 day plans available, depending on your preference, and you can cancel any time.

A 12-pack of Som Sleep will cost you $29.99, but with a subscription plan, that price comes down to $23.99 per 12-pack. And unless you go for faster shipping speeds, there are no additional shipping charges for a Som Sleep subscription.

So if you’re ready to give Som Sleep a try, either with a subscription or a one-time order, head over to the Som online store and get yours, now.

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