You couldn’t get out of bed before you started your meds because you were too depressed. Now you can’t get out of bed because you are too tired. What gives? It turns out that antidepressant medications decrease melatonin in your body. Melatonin is a hormone produced in your brain that signals your body to go to sleep and stay asleep. Antidepressant Companion works to improve melatonin production on two levels. First, it actually replaces it so that you can get to sleep quickly on the first night you take it. Second, it replaces nutrients that are depleted by the medication but are necessary for your body to make melatonin on its own.
“My sleep has always been a problem, but when I take Antidepressant Companion I sleep like a rock. I sleep deeply, and wake up feeling refreshed. It’s absolutely amazing.”