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  1. Quote Originally Posted by jcalvert86 View Post
    In for the 3 bottle flash sale.

    If this doesnt help me sleep then my only other option is to see a doctor for a prescription.

    You'd think after college courses 8a-2p then work 2p-10p i'd pass right out, but most nights i lay awake an hour and wake up 2-3x during the night.

    *apparently i missed out. how unfortunate. the 3 bottle sale made it much more worthwhile than paying $39 for hghpro
    NP has it for $32 right now (jump on that QUICK)
    and one of our loggers said it puts him to sleep quicker than the other one he tried (due to 5-HTP)

    it knocks me out pretty well too, and puts me in a calm, good mood before i go to sleep. something people need with all the stress these days.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by thebigt View Post
    lol-gonna follow your log!!!
    good luck!
    That Schultz video reminds me of Bobo.

  3. Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    That Schultz video reminds me of Bobo.
    oh, no-here come the bobo jokes, lol.
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    it knocks me out pretty well too, and puts me in a calm, good mood before i go to sleep. something people need with all the stress these days.
    Indeed.

    How do you feel when you wake up? My biggest problem is never feeling refreshed in the morning, eventhough I get 8-9 hours of sleep every night.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by HurtinPounds View Post
    Indeed.

    How do you feel when you wake up? My biggest problem is never feeling refreshed in the morning, eventhough I get 8-9 hours of sleep every night.
    It might sound strange, but maybe you're getting too much sleep? I notice about 6.5 is optimal most nights for me, but anything more than about 8 and I feel "off" the next day.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    It might sound strange, but maybe you're getting too much sleep? I notice about 6.5 is optimal most nights for me, but anything more than about 8 and I feel "off" the next day.
    i have the same issue. 6 hours and I feel great. 8 hours and I feel slugish the next day

  7. Quote Originally Posted by CONTROLLED LABS View Post
    i have the same issue. 6 hours and I feel great. 8 hours and I feel slugish the next day
    Me too, too much sleep is just as bad as too little.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by MAxximal View Post
    you can make this possible?
    I can

  9. Quote Originally Posted by MrBigPR View Post
    I can
    She`s waiting for this too.....LOL
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by DR.D View Post
    It might sound strange, but maybe you're getting too much sleep? I notice about 6.5 is optimal most nights for me, but anything more than about 8 and I feel "off" the next day.
    Quote Originally Posted by CONTROLLED LABS View Post
    i have the same issue. 6 hours and I feel great. 8 hours and I feel slugish the next day
    Quote Originally Posted by RenegadeRows View Post
    Me too, too much sleep is just as bad as too little.
    Thanks for the replies.

    It's weird how much my body changes. I use to be the same way. But then over time, 6 to 6.5 hours, even 7, started making me burned out further I went into the day.

    Now, 8 or 9 hours is optimal for to "last" throughout the day, however I never enjoy my mornings anymore like I did with less sleep, like you guys mentioned.

    Starting to think Cortisol and adrenals may be taxed.. an underlying problem preventing my natural sleep.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by HurtinPounds View Post
    Thanks for the replies.

    It's weird how much my body changes. I use to be the same way. But then over time, 6 to 6.5 hours, even 7, started making me burned out further I went into the day.

    Now, 8 or 9 hours is optimal for to "last" throughout the day, however I never enjoy my mornings anymore like I did with less sleep, like you guys mentioned.

    Starting to think Cortisol and adrenals may be taxed.. an underlying problem preventing my natural sleep.
    This could be the case, it's so hard to tell. There are alot of factors that come into play for sleep - including nutrition, stress... all different kinds of things. I found the best method is just to listen to your body, but don't overindulge to either side (too much rest or not enough)

  12. Quote Originally Posted by HurtinPounds View Post
    Thanks for the replies.

    It's weird how much my body changes. I use to be the same way. But then over time, 6 to 6.5 hours, even 7, started making me burned out further I went into the day.

    Now, 8 or 9 hours is optimal for to "last" throughout the day, however I never enjoy my mornings anymore like I did with less sleep, like you guys mentioned.

    Starting to think Cortisol and adrenals may be taxed.. an underlying problem preventing my natural sleep.
    its possible, but there are so many potential factors. how is the quality of your sleep?

  13. I just learned Blue Growth could help you with sleeping, relaxing, harder erection, preventing premature ejaculation, and some of the ingredients in it could help pregnant females but I have a lot more studying to do

    Edit: there is couple more to add to the list. It can help with low sperm count, raising the number of HDL and lowering the number of LDL(those are good and bad Cholesterol )

  14. I will be trying this soon, I won't be logging it, but I will post up a mini-review when I'm done.
    Core Nutritionals Representative

  15. Quote Originally Posted by JudgementDay View Post
    I will be trying this soon, I won't be logging it, but I will post up a mini-review when I'm done.
    AWESOME! Thanks man!!!

  16. At $75, any chance of samples?
    Shredding (3/19/13): OxyElite Pro (Original Formula) + Compound 20

  17. Quote Originally Posted by noot View Post
    At $75, any chance of samples?
    Nutraplanet has it for $32 right now


    No samples available yet
  

  
 

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