SIXPACK SLEEP

SIX PACK SLEEP: OWN THE NIGHT

31% OFF
REGULAR PRICE: $ 87.00
PRICE $ 67.00

INCLUDES ALL NATURAL SLEEP-AID INGREDIENTS:

  • Melatonin*
  • GABA*
  • Valerian Root*

Have Questions? 855-820-7596

Representations regarding the efficacy and safety of Six Pack Sleep have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The FDA only evaluates foods and drugs, not supplements like these products. These products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease. Click Here to find evidence of a test, analysis, research, or study describing the benefits, performance or efficacy of Six Pack Sleep based on the expertise of relevant professionals. FDA Legal Disclaimer: The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. The FDA only evaluates foods and drugs, not supplements like these products. These products are not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat, or cure any disease. FTC Legal Disclaimer: Results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are real, and all the guys pictured transformed their body through using the Sixpack Sleep supplement in addition to Mike Chang's exercise, supplements and nutrition systems. However, these results are meant as a showcase of what the best, most motivated clients have done and should not be taken as average or typical results. Mike wants you understand that Six Pack Sleep (or any supplement) is only one part of a successful fitness lifestyle. The guys on this page all transformed their bodies by using Sixpack Sleep in addition to a properly designed exercise program and diet. While Mike believes that Six Pack Sleep helped him tremendously to get results in the gym, it must be used along with proper diet and workouts and should not be used as substitute for diet or workouts. In addition, you assume certain risks inherent in sleep supplements by using Six Pack Sleep. Six Pack Sleep is designed to be a deep sleep supplement that helps you fall asleep and maintain healthy sleep patterns . It contains sleep aid ingredients. You should not take Six Pack Sleep if you are sensitive to ingredients that might cause drowsiness, or if you have any health issues that may make use of sleep aid supplements hazardous. Always consult with your physician before taking Six Pack Sleep, or before taking any supplement or making any changes to your diet or workout plan. All scientific evidence on this page is for individual ingredients in the Six Pack Sleep formula. Although these ingredients have been extensively studied, these results are not purported to represent the results a typical user may get from using the complete Six Pack Sleep formulation. Never exceed the recommended dose of Six Pack Sleep under any circumstances. If you experience any adverse reactions or side effects, immediately discontinue use of Six Pack Sleep and mail it back to us for a full refund.



WHAT'S YOUR FRUSTRATION?

I have trouble falling asleep and waking up
I wish I were in better shape
I wish I had more energy
I'm not seeing results with my workouts and diet
All or several of the above

But it doesn't have to be this way…

You see, not getting the proper amount of sleep could be affecting the way you look and feel... this may be the source of your frustrations. And if this is the case, you are not alone.  This was something that affected me for years.

And that's why I created Sixpack Sleep...

Try Sixpack Sleep

Sixpack Sleep is a supplement formulated with three key ingredients. Simply take the recommended dose of Six Pack Sleep before bed and see how it works for you. Add Sixpack Sleep to cart now.

THE SCIENCE BEHIND HOW THE INGREDIENTS WORK

MELATONIN: This ingredient has been shown to scientifically increase the quality of sleep as well as morning alertness [1]

GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID (GABA): GABA is the major inhibitory neurotransmitter of the brain and promotes relaxation and sleep by "flipping the switch" on arousal hormones (e.g. adrenaline) and halting their actions [2] .

VALERIAN ROOT: Valerian root, a plant native to the European continent, has the ability to boost the effects of GABA and affect serotonin's role in the brain [3] [4] . Valerian may also improve your quality of sleep [5] .


FEEL FULLY CONFIDENT WITH YOUR PURCHASE OF SIXPACK SLEEP WITH MY 60-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

If you don't like Sixpack Sleep for any reason at all, just mail the container back within 60 days for a full 100% refund. No hassles, no questions asked. Even if you've used all of the Sixpack Sleep and you just mail back the empty container, you'll still receive a full refund for your order (minus shipping & handling). However, I know you'll absolutely love this product and how great of a deal it is. Hundreds of thousands of guys just like you have already taken advantage of Sixpack Sleep. You owe it to yourself to see what you can do with these proven ingredients.

 

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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