Vitamins for Sleep and Mood Disorders

Sleeping pills are commonly prescribed to treat sleep cycle disorders due to their ability to target specific chemical pathways that are often dysregulated with sleep disorders. Unfortunately, some of these medications often come with a whole new list of frustrating or concerning symptoms and side effects. Did you know that there are professional-grade supplements that can support your chemical pathways and, in turn, help with disruptions to your sleep cycle?
  • 5-HTP, an amino acid, is what your body uses to make serotonin from your diet.
  • DLPAand tyrosineare amino acids that support the dopamine pathway.
  • Theanine, taurine, and GABAare other amino acids that may help optimize brain balance by supporting inhibitory neurotransmitters and calming elevated adrenals.
  • Phosphatidylserineis both an amino acid and a fatty acid that is very helpful in lowering high cortisol levels.
  • D3 5000 , Methyl+ and Active B Complex are important vitamins for stabilizing mood.
  • Omega 820 (fish oil) can improve many aspects of brain function, including control of mood, memory, cognition, and mental well-being.

Where to get them

Vitamins and nutrients commonly used to treat sleep and mood disorders can be purchased at any major retailer. Be on the lookout for professional-grade supplements and vitamins — most of those sold at brick-and-mortar retailers are food-grade. Origin26 has provided a variety of supplements, which have been used effectively for years by our clinical team. These custom supplements can be compiled into daily dose pill packs for added convenience. (All vitamins and supplements sold here at Origin26 are professional grade).

Our recommendation

If you really want to treat your symptoms and find out which vitamins and supplements will make you feel better, you first need to know what’s going on in your body. We offer a home mood and sleep test kit to help you measure and find out what’s out of balance so you can solve your problems accurately.

Not seeing your symptoms?

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