The Power Of Collagen Peptides To Help You Sleep Better

The Power Of Collagen Peptides To Help You Sleep Better

As you know, the amino acids in Collagen Peptides – glycine, proline, and hydroxyproline – help support better bone health. They help you enjoy smoother, more confident movement.

Recently, the medical community has confirmed that one of the amino acids in Collagen Peptides – glycine – may also be the key to another world-wide concern.

Sleep.

Sleep deprivation is dangerous.

Sleep deprivation – difficulty falling and staying asleep – is a widespread phenomenon that affects the brains of 1 in 5 adults (1).

With sleep deprivation, neurological pathways slow down, causing a reduced reaction time and mental state. Systems in your body enter a state of life-support as a means of coping.

Your brain tries to manage your sleep deprivation, which can cause unequal stimulation in your brain, often resulting in an impairment in attentiveness, working memory, consolidation of memories, alertness, judgement, decision-making, and other cognitive performances (2).

What is glycine?

Glycine is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter in your brainstem and spinal cord (3), where it participates in a variety of motor and sensory functions. In fact, it functions both to stimulate your brain and nervous system activity, or to quiet it.

According to Michael Breus, M.D., (the Sleep Doctor), glycine plays an important role in your whole health (4), including:

  • Collagen production: the protein that is an essential component of muscles, tendons, skin, and bones
  • Digestion: helps maintain healthy levels of acidity in your digestive tract
  • Genes: involved in the production of DNA and RNA, genetic instructions that deliver your cells the information they need to function
  • Metabolism: helps manage blood sugar levels
  • Immunity: helps regulate your body’s immune response
  • Serotonin production: helps your body make serotonin, a hormone and neurotransmitter that has significant effects on your sleep and mood.

Glycine is quickly being recognized as an exciting new strategy for helping to improve sleep quality.

Studies show that glycine may help you fall asleep more quickly, increase your sleep quality, reduce your inability to fall asleep, and help promote deeper, more restful sleep.

A randomized single-blinded crossover trial with human volunteers who had been continuously experiencing unsatisfactory sleep was conducted to study the effect of 3 grams of glycine before bedtime.

The volunteers first filled out a questionnaire to determine sleep deficits going into the trial. The mean Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index score was 8.07 +/- 1.34, indicating that the subjects had been continuously experiencing unsatisfactory sleep (5).

Significant benefits of glycine were revealed

The volunteers were very satisfied with the night’s sleep, had little difficulty in falling asleep, did not take long to fall asleep, and slept well (6).

Glycine also lessened daytime sleepiness and helped improve performance of memory recognition tasks.

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The trials used 3 grams of glycine and got great results.

Since Healthy Bones Co. Collagen Peptides is rich in glycine, you’ll get all you need in just one scoop.

And, good news… there are additional health benefits in every scoop of Collagen Peptides.

  • Helps support ligaments and tendons*
  • Helps reduce wrinkles and fine lines*
  • Helps support skin elasticity*
  • Helps support hair thickness*
  • Helps support nail growth and strength*
  • Helps support bone density, bone mass, and quality*
  • Helps reduce risk of fracture*
  • Helps support joint tissue health and function involving cartilage, tendons, and ligaments*
  • Helps support healthy blood pressure*
  • Helps support gut health*
  • Helps support better sleep*

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Is Collagen Peptides a pill? Or a nasty-tasting powder?

No! …and …no!

Collagen Peptides is not a pill. It is a powder, but there is absolutely no taste, no smell, no lumps. Nothing awful. It dissolves beautifully.

In fact, you can mix it with your morning coffee or tea, with plain water, with other hot or cold beverages. You can mix it with foods, soups, stews, sauces, yogurt, dairy or non-dairy milks, mashed potatoes or cauliflower, and even your homemade desserts! You’ll never know it’s there.

Every scoop is clean, pure, and safe.

Sourced from grass-fed, pasture-raised cattle (bovine) from the vast free-range grasslands of South America or lush pastures of North America, Collagen Peptides are:

  • Pure food protein
  • Certified free of contaminants
  • FDA Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status
  • Clean Label
  • Non-GMO
  • No additives
  • No fillers
  • Dairy-Free
  • Allergen-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Sugar-Free
  • OU Kosher
  • KO Kosher
  • IFANCA (Islamic Food and Nutrition Council)
  • CDIAL (HALAL)

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References

  1. https://www.ncoa.org/adviser/sleep/sleep-statistics/#:~:text=About%2030%25%20of%20adults%20have,38%25%20of%20the%20general%20population
  2. Khan MA, Al-Jahdali H. The consequences of sleep deprivation on cognitive performance. Neurosciences (Riyadh). 2023 Apr;28(2):91-99. doi: 10.17712/nsj.2023.2.20220108. PMID: 37045455; PMCID: PMC10155483.
  3. https://www.acnp.org/g4/GN401000008/Default.htm
  4. https://sleepdoctor.com/sleep-aids/glycine-for-sleep/#:~:text=A%20recent%20study%20of%20the,into%20deep%2C%20slow%20wave%20sleep.
  5. Yamadera, W., Inagawa, K., Chiba, S. et al. Glycine ingestion improves subjective sleep quality in human volunteers, correlating with polysomnographic changes. Sleep Biol. Rhythms 5, 126–131 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1479-8425.2007.00262.x