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Sleep Caps

  • Sleep Caps - Sleep Stack Capsules
  • Combines four natural top supplements in a single capsule
  • Feelings of Calm & Relaxation
  • Assists with Healthy Sleep
  • Supports a Strong Immune System  


The LiftMode Sleep Stack is a powerful combination of four natural compounds to help promote healthy rest and relaxation. This supplement stack may also have beneficial effects on mood and immune function. The LiftMode Sleep Aid Stack contains a mix of Melatonin, Oleamide (both produced naturally by your body to induce sleep), with Vitamin C and Levo-Tetrahydropalmatine (L-THP; extract from Yan Hu Suo plant).


The benefits of this great new supplement stack include a noticeable improvement in mood, feelings of calm and relaxation, improved sleep, and improved immune function. Each LiftMode Sleep Stack capsule has been specially developed to deliver the necessary amount of active compounds to produce the desired effects. The recommended serving size for this stack is 1-2 capsules, around 1 hour before sleep. 

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  • Sleep Caps - Sleep Stack Capsules. The LiftMode Sleep Stack combines four powerful compounds to promote relaxation, sleep, and to support a healthy immune system.

  • Benefits may include a noticeable improvement in mood, feelings of calm and relaxation, shorter time to fall asleep, and a healthy immune function.

  • The recommended serving size is 1-2 capsules, around 1 hour before sleep.


LiftMode Sleep Stack Reviews 

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The LiftMode Sleep Stack combines FOUR potent and natural sleep-enhancing supplements into a single capsule, offering you a powerful natural sleep-promoting supplement like no other. The LiftMode Sleep Stack is designed by using a combination of powerful natural relaxation compounds. These are all either found in nature or are produced by your own brain (like Oleamide and Melatonin). The four compounds in this stack include:


1. Oleamide


Oleamide is an endogenous (produced in your body) compound that is derived from oleic acid (found in olive oil). It has several interesting properties for people who are looking for a relaxing, sleep-promoting experience. Scientists associate Oleamide with the sleep process as it has been shown to accumulate in the human brain in response to sleep deprivation. A mere 6 hours lack of sleep increases Oleamide concentrations by around 4-6 fold! [1]


2. Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C)


Vitamin C is a well-known vitamin that is essential for the proper functioning of your immune system. What is not as well-known about vitamin C is that it assists in the absorption of many different supplements and minerals. [2] Furthermore, research has suggested that Vitamin C may help to reduce the memory impairment associated with sleep deprivation, possibly through its powerful antioxidant effects. [3]


3. L-Tetrahydropalmatine


Tetrahydropalmatine (THP) is a plant alkaloid found in a number of different plant species, including the Chinese Corydalis genus (also known as Yan Hu Suo). It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for hundreds of years as an herbal preparation to restore health and promote relaxation.[4] Today, the more active levo- isomer is used (as L-Tetrahydropalmatine or L-THP). This compound has highly beneficial anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. It may also help to promote a healthy mood and to reduce stress,[5] which has been shown to have beneficial effects on sleep in numerous studies. [6]


4. Melatonin


Melatonin is the hormone that your body uses to regulate the circadian rhythms (sleep-cycles). Melatonin is produced by your pineal gland in response to changes in the light-dark cycle.[7] Numerous studies have shown its importance in the sleep process.[8] When taken as a supplement, Melatonin can be used as a sleep aid to help reduce the length of time it takes to fall asleep and to promote a calm, relaxed state of mind. [9]



LiftMode Sleep Stack Benefits/Effects


1.     Improves Mood


Three of the constituents in the LiftMode Sleep Stack have been shown to have highly beneficial effects on mood – namely, Oleamide, L-THP, and Melatonin. Studies have shown that sleep and mood are closely connected. Not only does sleep affect mood (lack of sleep negatively affects mood), but mood also affects sleep![10] This can be thought of as a negative cycle.

Studies have shown that mood may affect sleep latency (time taken to fall asleep) as well as the quality of REM sleep.[11] This is why supplements that support a better mood and promote relaxation may indirectly help to improve your sleep quality. This is one of the top reasons that people are talking about the LiftMode Sleep Stack.


2.     Supports Rest, Sleep, and Relaxation


Both Oleamide and Melatonin are known to support a calm, relaxed mood. These endogenous compounds are part of your body’s natural sleep-promoting system. When your brain detects darkness, it starts producing Melatonin to bring about a more relaxed state. At the same time, Oleamide is produced to assist with sleep.

 People usually use these two sleep-enhancing compounds on their own and many people have been so impressed that they’ve taken the time to write positive reviews about both Melatonin and Oleamide. When taken together, and along with Vitamin C and L-THP, Melatonin and Oleamide have the potential to greatly assist with sleep!


3.     May Help to Support a Healthy Immune System  


There are two main reasons why the LiftMode Sleep Stack may help to support a healthy immune system. First, better sleep improves your immune system. This has been known for a very long time. The negative effects of sleep deprivation on the immune system are often underestimated. Improving your sleep quality can have highly beneficial effects on your body’s ability to protect itself from dangerous toxins, viruses, bacteria, and reactive oxygen species (free radicals).[12]

 Second, vitamin C and L-THP have been shown to support a healthy immune system. In fact, vitamin C is essential for a healthy immune system and a deficiency in this vital compound can have very detrimental effects on your body.[13] Studies have shown that L-Tetrahydropalmatine (L-THP) may also have highly beneficial effects on the immune system.[14]



LiftMode Sleep Stack Recommended Usage


The LiftMode Sleep Stack capsules have been developed in such a way that you won’t need to worry about what kind of dosage to take. A single capsule has enough active components to greatly assist with sleep. In a single capsule of the LiftMode Sleep Stack, you’ll find:


  • Oleamide - 200mg
  • Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C) - 75mg
  • L-Tetrahydropalmatine - 30mg
  • Melatonin - 1mg

 We recommend a serving size of 1-2 capsules, once or twice daily. The capsules are especially effective when taken around 1 hour before sleep. Although this supplement stack is composed entirely of natural compounds, we do not recommend exceeding the suggested serving size.


LiftMode Sleep Stack Side Effects & Warnings


The LiftMode Sleep Stack is comprised of naturally occurring compounds with a very high safety profile. It is impossible to overdose on vitamin C, Melatonin, or Oleamide, as your body needs/ produce these compounds for its proper functioning. The effects of higher doses of Levo-Tetrahydropalmatine are less well-researched. However, this compound has a very long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine and is considered safe for use at the recommended serving size.[15]

 Taking LiftMode Sleep Stack capsules may produce drowsiness if taken during the day. It is recommended to use this product at night, around 1 hour before sleep. Do not use this product if you are taking any medication. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, please consult with your doctor before using the LiftMode Sleep Stack.




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