If sleepless nights are becoming more of a regular occurrence or your sleeping pattern fluctuates wildly, melatonin can help recalibrate your internal body clock. Clinically proven to help alleviate insomnia in adults aged 55 and over.
Take one Good Nights tablet and one melatonin tablet an hour or two before bed, ideally after food. Avoid drinking too much alcohol or smoking while taking melatonin as this stops it from working as well as it should.
Melatonin is a substance that occurs naturally in our bodies. While it is available as an over-the-counter medication in most countries, it’s only available on prescription in the UK - but it is not addictive, and side effects are fortunately rare and mild. They can include dizziness, daytime sleepiness, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin, or if you feel sleepy. Good Nights is a non-prescription supplement made with entirely natural ingredients and has no side effects.
Resets your circadian rhythm to build consistent sleeping patterns
Reduces tiredness and fatigue using effective natural ingredients
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Designed for those who need to establish a consitent sleeping pattern that doesn't get disrupted, this plan combines melatonin, a naturally occurring hormone which helps regulate your circadian rhythm, with Good Nights, our natural supplement that reduces tiredness and fatigue.
Clinically proven to treat short-term sleep problems and alleviate insomnia, melatonin is a safe prescription medication that can help recalibrate your internal body clock. And while the body’s ‘sleep hormone’ can help you get to sleep faster, the end goal is to be able to sleep well every night without relying on prescription meds - that’s where Good Nights comes in. The high-quality supplement’s patented slow-release beadlet technology allows the active ingredients - which help promote a deeply restful state - to be released at different stages throughout the night.
Together this duo helps you get back into a healthy sleeping pattern, fall asleep faster, and wake up less often during the night.
Overall our sleep treatment plans are highly effective - 84% of Manual customers reported better sleep within the first month.
This duo works best as part of a holistic approach towards building consistent sleeping patterns and improving the quality of your sleep. We know that everyone’s sleep cycles are unique so in order to see long-term benefits we recommend supporting your treatments with changes to your routine, such as going to bed and getting up at the same times each day, and avoiding blue light before bed - you can explore our recommendations in the sleep advice section of your account.
When it comes to sleep health, it’s never too late to act. Alongside making changes to your routine, this combo can help you recalibrate your sleep cycle if you’ve struggled with sleep issues for a long time, and help avoid sleep becoming a cause of anxiety if you’re experiencing a bout of poor sleep for the first time.
Everyone’s sleep problems are unique, so ultimately it’s at your discretion. We recommend taking Good Nights and melatonin every night for up to 3 months. After this time you can reassess your progress with one of our clinicians, and discuss whether you’d like to continue on this plan or switch to a natural, non-prescription treatment programme. You could continue using Good Nights or try adding CBD Nights - a blend of CBD and 5-HTP - to help you unwind at night and awake feeling refreshed and renewed.
Yes, all of our treatments are safe and non-addictive. Synthetic melatonin is safer than melatonin derived from animals - to ensure high-quality, all of our medication comes from the officially accredited Manual Pharmacy in the UK.
As mentioned above, melatonin side effects are mild and can include dizziness, daytime sleepiness, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin, or if you feel sleepy.