I'm not a doctor, and I am not a sleep expert. However, I do have some background in sleep studies. I also have a background in medical science. You are here because you want to find out the truth and why these products work, and why others don't. This page will give you all the details you need to find out.
I am going to give a general overview of each of the products reviewed to show you how they work, and give a list of the most helpful information and facts I find. I'm going to begin with the most popular type of sleep supplements, which are referred to as sleep aids. These products are designed to improve your sleep, not so much to prevent it, but to help increase it. That's because sleep is actually quite challenging, and it requires a certain level of mental, physical, and emotional focus. The more of these things you are doing well, the more productive and efficient you will be. This is especially important if you work in a noisy environment, or have a long commute to and from your job. The other type of sleep supplements are referred to as "sleep medications." This category includes products that can be taken as a sleep aid and which are more effective than others, but which don't work well when used as sleep medications, at least in the short term.