Thursday, February 20, 2014

Glysonna Sleepceutical Sleep Aid Helps You Stay Asleep & Giveaway

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Introducing Glysonna Sleepceutical™, the all-natural sleep aid that is good for sleep and good for you.

The biggest joke about new and seasoned parents is the lack of sleep you get pretty much the moment the baby is born. It was no exception in our household. In the past four and a half years since I've become a mother, the nights of eight or more hours of sleep has become a fleeting memory. I can't blame it completely on Sonshine, I've gone through bits of insomnia since I was in high school. But, I no longer use traditional sleep aids, the idea of medicating myself or becoming addicted just bothers me too much. Instead of resigning the fact I might not ever have a full nights sleep until the kids leave the nest and before grandkids come along, I've looked into drug-free alternatives, like Glysonna Sleepceutical.

 Glysonna is a drug-free sleep aid that is non-habit forming. There are nine active ingredients and six wellness nutrients fortified with glycine to help you get a well rested, full nights sleep.

Glysonna Sleepceutical Sleep Aid


All the ingredients are FDA safe listed and help initiate the natural sleep process. Glysonna triggers relaxation, but doesn't quite make you drowsy like other sleep aids. None of that drunk, odd, floating feeling, just a nice, calming, "boy I'm ready to lay down" sort of feeling. Once asleep, Glysonna keeps you asleep, so make sure you have at least a full eight uninterrupted hours ahead of you before you take your two tablespoons.

My husband did two week of third shifts recently and arriving home during sunrise really was effecting how he slept. After a 10 hour shift, he was looking for any help he could get to fall asleep, but did but want to wake up groggy, so he could be some what useful and capable of playing with our son before he left again. The first few times he took Glysonna, I needed to wake him up around the six and a half hour mark. It was not impossible, but, there was some difficulty. The days he got eight or more hours of sleep, he woke up feeling refreshed, alert, and ready to go! Glysonna tastes like fruit flavored vitamins, not unpleasant, but not a flavor that you'll become addicted to. I was really impressed by how easily Glysonna worked without my husband reaching for it each night.

If you are having problems falling asleep, staying asleep, or reaching a deep REM cycle, then look into Glysonna Sleepceutical Sleep Aid. The drug-free sleep support with help you have the best nights sleep you've had in a long time!

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You can connect with Glysonna on their website, Facebook, and Twitter pages

Buy It
You can purchase Glysonna from their website starting at $19.95 for one bottle or $59.85 for four

The Giveaway
How would you like to win two bottles of 8oz Glysonna Sleepceutical? I have one prize pack to giveaway to one lucky winner! Use the Rafflecopter form below. Please follow all the rules, if you do not follow all the rules, you cannot win! Good luck!


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I received a sample product for this review. All opinions expressed are my own and/or families. Take it or leave it. Click here to view the whole disclosure policy.


34 comments:

  1. My son (adult) has insomnia problems.

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  2. I am a terrible insomniac, med problems don'thelp..

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  3. I suffer from insomnia sometimes and it is awful.

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  4. I have trouble sleeping most nights due to pain from fibro and RA and I try to use natural products to help me get to sleep.

    alyce poalillo

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  5. I don't suffer from either but I do have trouble sleeping sometimes.
    Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com

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  6. I don't suffer from either but I do have trouble sleeping sometimes.
    stephanie macdonald - nanuwins@aol.com

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  7. I suffer from insomnia and have medical problems. Edna Williams

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  8. I have such a hard time sleeping

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  9. I am diagnosed with insomnia and have trouble getting to sleep, getting enough REM and staying asleep. Hoping to win this! Kathleen M Smith

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  10. Sleeping has become challenging! Yes!

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  11. I AM a big insomniac now, since the men-o-pause. I hate it. Even on nights I am REALLY tired because I started the day at 5AM...............I will be so sleepy, fall asleep at 10:30 and BINGO.. I wake up at 2 AM and hate it. I did try Ambien and i ADORE the stuff but the doctor asks like I"m asking him for narcotics the way he acts! Phooey. I just want to sleep.

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  12. oh boy I hope this is not a double post but My computer is being weird right now.. I have no clue as to my post go thru!! YES YES I insomniac. LOVE Ambien but the doctor acts like I am asking for the moon when I BEG him for it. I'm fed up. I have NO health woes, I just worry worry worry and nothing can be done about it... it's just the way my life is at the moment. Even when I'm dead tired, I will pop up at 2 AM and lay there and lay there...

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  13. I do not have insomnia but sometimes have a hard time falling asleep.

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  14. It takes me a long time to fall asleep lately. I lat in bed tinking about things I need to do, have done, want to do, worry, etc. I've tried some sleep aids, but then i am really groggy the next day.

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  15. I suffer from insomnia. I have to take pills each night for a fifty-fifty chance of sleeping.

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  16. I have suffered from insomnia for many years. I don't like the "hung over" feeling I get from prescription sleep aids

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  17. Lately I have been, stress causes insomnia for me! :/

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  18. I do not have sleep apnea, but I do have trouble falling asleep and staying asleep

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  19. I do suffer from insomnia. I wake up several times a night and have so much trouble getting back to sleep.
    heymissvirginia at embarqmail dot com

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  20. Yes, it takes me forever to fall asleep and once I wake up, I can't go back to sleep. Would love to try this

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  21. I actually have Narcolepsy and one of the side effects of Narcolepsy is having the inability to sleep at night, so this would be awesome to win!

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  22. I'm a nursing student and my schedule is so messed up that I have a real difficult time falling asleep and saying asleep for more than 30 min at a time so I'm going to say that yes I suffer from insomnia :(.
    Name in the form is Stephanie R. Grant :)
    Stephanie.Rebecca.Grant(at)aol(dot)com

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  23. I have trouble sleeping, but I wouldn't say that I have insomnia.

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  24. yes i have trouble sleep every night

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  25. I suffer from terrible Insomnia.

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  26. i never get a good night sleep anymore. I wake up about every hour. I always wake up super tired and drag all day.
    savannah

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  27. I do not suffer from either...however my daughter in law does. She has tryed everything to no avail. My poor son works a lot & really needs his rest - but she keeps him awake.
    wmmeatlady@hotmail.com

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  28. I definitely have times where I wake up and can't fall back to sleep no matter what

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  29. I sometimes suffer from insomnia and have taken Melatonin!

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