Below we take an in-depth look at Nootrobox Yawn to see how effective it is at aiding sleep and improving sleep quality.
While Nootrobox Yawn will not improve cognition, memory, or focus, having improved sleeping patterns will prevent the detrimental effects of being sleep deprived, which are numerous and can hugely impact a working day.
Nootrobox Yawn can be stacked with the other nootropics in the Nootrobox range, Rise and Sprint, as they do not have conflicting ingredients.
The size of each bottle/box (10 capsules) would suggest that this product is not intended for daily use, but rather as an occasional sleep aid. Anyone who has persistent insomnia should consider changing their lifestyle habits to aid sleep, and should consult their doctor, rather than relying upon this supplement.
A single bottle, containing 10 capsules, costs $15.00. A three bottle bundle, containing 30 capsules total, costs $40.00. A nine bottle bundle containing 90 capsules costs $110.00.
The only customer review of the product that we could locate states that it did not work, and if anything, provided the opposite results to what was promised.
The product is not covered by any money back guarantee.
We do not agree with the idea of subscription services or auto-ship programs, as they are easy to forget about and (depending upon the company) can be difficult to cancel, but for fans of the product the 10% discount could be a tempting offer. We advise trying the product before signing up to any subscription service.
Overall, we do not recommend Nootrobox Yawn to our readers, as we have seen better sleep and relaxation aids elsewhere that have better reviews and are better priced for regular use.
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Nootrobox Yawn is a sleep aid that should help the consumer get to sleep, but also have a better quality of sleep. Some of the ingredients also appear to aid relaxation, and the product could help to combat some of the symptoms of stress.
Yawn is manufactured by Nootrobox, a nootropics manufacturer based in San Francisco, California. It is one of a range of products that can be stacked together for maximum mental performance.
All components of the Nootrobox stacks are FDA GRAS (generally regarded as safe) and/or acceptable as a dietary supplement compound by the FDA. None of the components are banned from athletic body guidelines. This means that even competing athletes, soldiers, and anyone else who may have to pass a drugs test can use this product. The manufacturer adds that ‘Nootrobox is about safe, long-term cognitive enhancement.’ Nootrobox state that their ‘products are simple, with actual dosages and actual potency shown to be effective in actual peer-reviewed clinicals’.
This supplement is suitable for vegans.
We suggest one capsule with glass of water taken 1 hour before bedtime.
According to the manufacturers:
Yawn is a nootropic blend with components optimized for each phase of sleep:
1. Falling asleep,
2. Improving quality of that sleep,
3. Feeling refreshed upon waking up.
Melatonin supplementation can aid sleep, and can help to regulate sleeping patterns. Theanine appears to aid relaxation. Magnesium deficiency is one of the most common mineral deficiencies, which can cause increases in blood pressure. Supplementing magnesium can also act as a sedative when provided in adequate doses, which will also aid sleep.
Theoretically, supplementing melatonin could help to aid sleep. Some people using melatonin find that they fall asleep much faster after taking the product, but may still wake up in the night once the effects of the hormone begin to wear off.
Theanine aids relaxation, and supplementing magnesium in high doses can also act as a mild sedative.
Improving sleeping patterns may have numerous benefits for consumers; sleep deprivation can cause cortisol levels to increase and stress levels to peak. Sleep is also incredibly important for mental function and physical health. Therefore taking a nootropic sleep aid such as Nootrobox Yawn when suffering from insomnia can help to maintain mental efficiency, energy levels, focus and general function.
The ingredients used in Rise are listed below. Ingredient quantities are provided, and are per single capsule serving.
Some of the ingredients used in Nootrobox Yawn can cause a range of side effects.
Theanine causes a state of relaxation without drowsiness, and may help to counteract some of the potential side effects of caffeine, such as jitteriness.
Melatonin can cause some side effects including headache, short-term feelings of depression, daytime sleepiness, dizziness, stomach cramps, and irritability. Do not drive or use machinery for four to five hours after taking melatonin.
Side effects from Glycine appear to be rare, but can include nausea, vomiting, stomach upset, and drowsiness.
We could only locate one customer review for Nootrobox Yawn, which is negative.
None of the Nootrobox supplements worked for me, and YAWN gave me the complete opposite results from what the product card advertised.
There is no money back guarantee for this product. The company accept returns on unopened products, and a shipping label is can be printed from the official website. They do not state how long after purchase returns are accepted.
Currently, Nootrobox products are available exclusively from the official Nootrobox website.
There are three options available for customers. A single bottle, containing 10 capsules, costs $15.00. A three bottle bundle, containing 30 capsules total, costs $40.00. A nine bottle bundle containing 90 capsules costs $110.00.
The product is also available as a part of the complete stack, which contains all three products in the range, Rise, Sprint and Yawn. Here customers have two options; The Full Stack contains 1 bottle of rise (60 capsules), 1 bottle of Sprint (10 capsules) and one bottle of Yawn (10 capsules) and costs $75.00.
The Powerhouse stack costs $120.00 and contains 1 bottle of Rise (60 capsules), 3 bottles of Sprint (30 capsules) and 3 bottles of Yawn (30 capsules).
There is also a monthly subscription option available on all products; customers receive 10% off their purchase, and the product is automatically sent out to them each month. Whilst this is cheaper per month, this option can end up being much more expensive in the long term, especially if consumers forget to cancel the subscription and end up with extra products that they do not want but cannot return.
The company currently ships to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Turkey, Mexico, Spain, and Germany.