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May 14, 2021 5 min read

It is a no-brainer that you need the right amount of quality sleep. A healthy adult should have at least seven hours of uninterrupted sleep at night. Easier said than done, right? 

Sleep is the last on our to-do list and the first thing we sacrifice when running short on time.

Don’t fret! We have your back! 

We are Losing Sleep Fast! 

Had to pull another late nighter? 

The American Psychological Association suggests that generation Z and millennials are the most common groups to experience sleep deprivation (1).

The “I need coffee” multiple times a day sounds familiar, right? 

No doubt, your schedule is packed with exciting and challenging things, and you often need to stay up late to keep up with all the craziness in life. 

While you might think that sleep is for the weak, here is what sleep deprivation can do to you. 

Sleep is nature’s way of rebooting your body and mind. Without the right amount and quality of sleep, your brain and body can go haywire. Brain fog, lack of physical strength, deprivation of concentration, and inadequate energy levels are some few signs of sleep deprivation. 

Not to mention, chronic sleep deprivation can open doors to serious conditions such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease, brain conditions, and more (2). 

That’s crazy- What can I do?

It is a no-brainer that you need the right amount of quality sleep. A healthy adult should have at least seven hours of uninterrupted sleep at night (3). 

Easier said than done, right? 

Sleep is the last on our to-do list and the first thing we sacrifice when running short on time. 

Don’t fret! We have your back! 

We understand that big dreams require big sleep, which is what Kalavita Nite Nite gummies are all about. 

Hmm, So How Does Nite Nite Work?

Good question! Let’s find out. 

Nite Nite is a proprietary blend of the most potent natural sleep-promoting ingredients that help you snooze at will. 

Here is what goes into Nite Nite and how those ingredients work. 


# 1: Melatonin- Resets Your Circadian Rhythm

Circadian rhythm is your body’s innate alarm clock. It is a way your body connects to your surroundings. Sensing when it is dark, your biological clock asks a deep brain center (called pineal gland) to release melatonin. 

Think of melatonin as a gentle breeze that puts your body and mind to rest. But there is a catch! 

Melatonin levels reach their peak at 4 years of age - no wonder babies are sleepy heads. After that, there is a constant decline in melatonin levels until it hits rock bottom in your 30s-40s (4). 

Being hooked to screens - as most of us are - only makes things worse. Blue light from mobile phones, TVs, and laptops also suppresses your levels of melatonin (5). 

Nite Nite provides a healthy dose of melatonin (3 mg) and helps reset your biological clock. So that you fall asleep quickly within 30 minutes and stay asleep. And NO, you will not get addicted to it. 

Wait, there is more ;)

Melatonin comes with tons of additional health benefits. Research suggests that melatonin has potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It can save you from the risk of heart disease, improve your bone health, and help regulate your weight (6). 


# 2: L-theanine - The anxiety buster

L-theanine - naturally rich in herbal teas - is an amino acid that helps you de-stress in multiple ways. 

L-theanine promotes α brain waves. These waves relieve anxiety and promote sleep without any addictive properties (7). More importantly, these brain waves promote energizing sleep. No more waking up with terrible brain fog! 

L-theanine hits the relaxation and reward centers of the brain and increases the secretion of dopamine, serotonin, and Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) (8). All of these chemicals induce a feeling of well-being, reduce anxiety, and promote healthy sleep. 


# 3: The GABA Inducers- Chamomile, Passionfruit, Lemon balm, and Valerian Root 

Nite Nite includes a handpicked blend of unique GABA inducers. 

Not only do these ingredients increase the amount of GABA in your brain, but they also guide GABA to bind to the sleep centers. The result is relaxing slumber without jitters and interruptions (9). 

These ingredients have high quantities of antioxidants and anti-inflammatory chemicals like polyphenols, catechins, and carotenes. 


OK, But why only Nite Nite?

Because it is the best! 

We understand how conscious you are about what goes into your bodies. That’s why we have formulated Nite Nite with ingredients that do not harm your body or nature. 


0 sugar, Period! 

We have waged war against sugar and all of our products, including Nite Nite, have 0 sugar in them. 

Instead, we use plant-based sweeteners that give the same taste minus the calories and side effects. 


We like it natural 

We believe in giving you all the natural goodness. From vendors to the final product, we ensure that our products remain non-GMO. 

No artificial flavors, colors, dyes, or additives go into our products. Nite Nite is nature in its purest form. 


We are exciting, so are our gummies

No more boring flavors. Our Nite Nite gummies have an exciting and refreshing jasmine tea flavor. Eat them, share them with your friends, and snap a story about them! Trust us, you will love them! 


Nite Nite- Our Relaxing Promise to You

The only regret you will have after Nite Nite is not discovering them earlier!. 

Nite Nite gummies are not sleeping pills. Instead, they are a natural way of promoting a healthy mind, body, and soul. 

Enjoy Nite Nite and Sleep tight! ;)

If you also have problem with focusing your work or studies, you can check out our focus gummy: Kalavita Focus Focus!




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  3. Belenky, et al. Recommended Amount of Sleep for a Healthy Adult: A Joint Consensus Statement of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Research Society. Sleep. 2015 Jun 1; 38(6): 843–844.
  4. Touitou, et al. Human aging and melatonin. Clinical relevance. Exp Gerontol . 2001 Jul;36(7):1083-100.
  5. Tähkämö, et al. Systematic review of light exposure impact on human circadian rhythm. Chronobiol Int . 2019 Feb;36(2):151-170.
  6. Tordjman, et al. Melatonin: Pharmacology, Functions and Therapeutic Benefits. Curr Neuropharmacol. 2017 Apr; 15(3): 434–443.
  7. Rao TP, Ozeki M, Juneja LR. In Search of a Safe Natural Sleep Aid. J Am Coll Nutr. 2015;34(5):436-47.
  8. Nathan PJ, Lu K, Gray M, Oliver C. The neuropharmacology of L-theanine(N-ethyl-L-glutamine): a possible neuroprotective and cognitive enhancing agent. J Herb Pharmacother. 2006;6(2):21-30.
  9. Guadagna S, Barattini DF, Rosu S, Ferini-Strambi L. Plant Extracts for Sleep Disturbances: A Systematic Review. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med. 2020 Apr 21;2020:3792390. doi: 10.1155/2020/3792390. PMID: 32382286; PMCID: PMC7191368.

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