Modern life is demanding and often agitated, which affects our nervous system.
Anxiety and sleep disorders are common problems affecting the general population and often become reasons for consulting primary care doctors, greatly and negatively impacting the quality of life and ability to function of individuals.
These problems often include insomnia, anxiety, and stress, which ultimately may lead to depression.
It is through sleep that we recover physical and mental strengths to face our daily lives.
Poor sleep may lead to daytime sleepiness, poor concentration, irritability and overall poor performance.
SERENUM tecnilor® has been developed to help maintain overall wellness and to offer high-quality, restful sleep, due to the combined effect of its components.

Recommended use
1 tablet per day before bed.

Recommendation and precautions
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Dosage may be changed according to medical prescription.
Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet.
Do not use in case of hypersensitivity or allergy to any of the excipients.
If you're pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult your doctor or pharmacist before using.
If you have any concerns, please consult a health professional, your doctor or pharmacist.

Sugar free.

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People who sleep poorly have three times more difficulty concentrating than people who sleep well.
Sleep deprivation may cause cognitive impairment, affecting perception, attention and memory, while also causing mood swings.
Anxiety, stress, depression, work-related problems and family worries are the main reasons behind poor sleep - 2004 study, published in Proteste Saúde.
Physical problems (disease, pain), small children and a partner who snores are other factors that seem to compromise people’s sleeping hours.
SERENUM tecnilor® is a food supplement composed of several elements that:

Produced by the pineal gland, melatonin is a natural substance and is produced during the night to regulate the sleep cycle. However, it is believed that some people do not produce enough melatonin, particularly as they grow older. Therefore, supplementation with melatonin may help.
Studies suggest that a small supplementation with melatonin reduces the time necessary to fall asleep, reduces night awakening and improves overall quality of sleep.

Helps in the treatment of agitation, anxiety and sleep disorders, also functioning as an antispasmodic.

Is broadly used for insomnia, improving many aspects of sleep and without cause dependency. Therefore, it provides a natural sleep, with quality, with no habituation.
Studies have shown that Valerian root not only reduces the time needed to fall asleep, but also the number of times a person wakes up during the night, therefore offering a longer and deeper sleep, without the feeling of disorientation on awakening.

The most known medicinal propriety of chamomile is that it relieves any discomfort in the organs of the digestive tract. Its sedative properties are mild, but help to alleviate some of the symptoms produced by depression or stress.

This medicinal plant has a relaxing and anti-depressant, analgesic, antispasmodic, hypotensive and sedative action.

It helps maintain the normal functioning of muscles, it's important to the nervous system, heart beat, immune system and bone health.
In a study performed with elderly people (who struggle the most to fall asleep and have poorer sleep when compared to young people), magnesium supplementation led to a great improvement in their quality of sleep.

Participates in processes such as vasoconstriction and vasodilatation, transmission of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and hormone secretion.

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Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) root; magnesium oxide; Chamomile (Matricaria recutita) flower; calcium carbonate; bulking agent: povidone; Hops, dry extract (Humulus lupulus); Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata), plant; bulking agent: corn starch; anticaking agents: magnesium stearate, talc, silica dioxide; melatonin.

*NRV: Nutrient Reference Value according to regulation 1169/2011
**n.d.: not defined

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