Momentous Elite Sleep Review
Recently, I tried Momentous Elite Sleep. Typically I’m not one who “struggles with sleep.” I don’t have a lot of caffeine after 10 am, and there aren’t many nights I “toss and turn.” Lately, I’ve found myself tossing a little more and not being able to adjust to the time zone as well as I would like. I know, I’ve been in California for almost two months.
I’m wary of almost all sleep supplements. I don’t usually find the need to take them, and quite frankly, I just don’t like taking them. I’ve heard many friends like Momentous Elite Sleep, so I decided to give it a try.
First, Momentous announced is a company that “creates no-compromise products and tools that support the endless improvement of personal performance.”
An Important Note:
Each of the products from Momentous completes an NSF Certification. This means they are clean and safe for sport, and every batch is screened for accurate label contents, contaminants, and banned substances.
So What is Momentous Elite Sleep?
Momentous Elite Sleep claims to help people fall asleep more easily, reduce waking frequency and duration, and improve sleep quality.
Ingredients of Momentous Elite Sleep:
- Magtain (500 mg): According to Momentous, it’s the magnesium proven to cross the blood-brain barrier, which encourages cognitive health.
- Melatonin (3mg)
- Wild Jujube Seed, which helps release rest inducing neurochemicals like GABA and serotonin. It is known to calm the mind, quiet neural activity, and induces and sustained sleep.
A Few Facts about Mometous Elite Sleep:
- Developed for safe nightly use.
- Certified and tested by NSF and Informed-Sport.
GMO and Gluten-free.
- 60 capsules/container
Momentous is a sports supplement brand; this combination was specifically made for athletes to help perform their best and recover fully. We all know sleep is one of the most important factors of recovery.
My Experience with Momentous Elite Sleep:
I took it shortly before bed (maybe around 30 minutes). The pills are somewhat large but not unmanageable. While I didn’t feel any more tired (like a Tyalonal PM), the sleep was deeper. The first night I took it, I made sure not to set an alarm. In my few experiences taking a sleeping aid like Tylenol PM and Nyquil, I’ve found setting an alarm makes me extremely groggy. Even when I sleep as much as my body allows, I’m just groggy anyway, so I don’t love taking sleep aids!
When I woke up after taking Momentous Elite Sleep, I felt fine. I didn’t feel the slightest bit groggy, and I actually felt more restful. I’ve taken it a few other times and I’ve had positive experiences each time. There hasn’t been a single time I’ve woken up groggy, tired, or unable to fall asleep.
For 60 capsules of Momentous Elite Sleep, it’s $62. This is much more expensive than the average sleeping pill, but I’ve found it works, and I don’t feel groggy. Both are important to me. You can find it here. I would recommend Momentous Elite Sleep if you’re looking for a sleeping aid that you can trust.
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Questions for you:
Have you tried Momentous Elite Sleep?
Do you have trouble sleeping?