Learn How Liposomal Melatonin Supports Brain Detoxification

The brain has its own lymphatic system, known as the glymphatic system, that only works at night during deep sleep. Your brain cells shrink by 60 percent at night. This creates huge spaces in the brain which are used for clearing fluids and clearing the debris that the brain creates and collects throughout the day.

If you are not sleeping or need to be sleep-induced with medical drugs you don’t reach that deep state of sleep necessary to detoxify your brain. The brain cells never shrink and the brain becomes toxic and overloaded.

Steps to Promote Deep Sleep

The first thing you can do, to promote better sleep, is to switch the wireless off in your home at night. The second very important step is to take Liposomal Melatonin, which is a powerful substance that has been found to enhance deep sleep.

Why Liposomal Melatonin Promotes Deep Sleep

The challenge with melatonin is that it is a peptide hormone, and peptide hormones don’t cross the blood-brain barrier. So if you take regular melatonin, it never reaches the brain. The sleep-inducing effect is induced by peripheral reflexes.

What is needed to target and support the brain detoxification process is a high-quality Liposomal Melatonin. Liposomal technology uses micro-sized liposomes which are small enough to deliver nutrients directly into the cells throughout the body. Liposomal technology allows the melatonin to readily pass through the brain’s blood-brain barrier. So using melatonin in this form allows it to get in the brain. Liposomal Melatonin is an antioxidant for the brain as well as having anti-lead, anti-mercury, and anti-parasitic effects.

Take a moment to hear from Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt in this video sharing more important information about Brain Detoxification and Liposomal Melatonin including:

  • Nighttime symptoms that can alert you that toxins are exiting your brain cells
  • Practical Liposomal Melatonin dosing suggestions
  • Meaningful product combinations you can take to further support brain detox efforts
  • And more