The spray that could put you to sleep in an HOUR: Two squirts of melatonin will give you a good night’s rest, claim inventors
- The $85 (£57) spray is a mix of melatonin, tytosine and distilled water
- Melatonin is a natural hormone that regulates the body’s internal clock
- Sleeping pills can have 300 times amount of melatonin the body needs
- Spray delivers melatonin gradually and so claims to be more effective
Harvard Dropout’s ‘Sleep You Spray on Your Skin’ Is Crushing It on Indiegogo
For everyone who woke up feeling groggy, wishing sleep came easier last night, keep reading. After giving consumers the jolt they need to start their day, the Harvard dropout behind Sprayable is helping people put a peaceful end to their day, as well.
Sprayable Sleep looks to spray away insomnia
Sprayable Sleep utilizes melatonin, which is a chemical that humans produce naturally to control our night-day cycle. According to the company, current oral melatonin pills, which are a common administration for aiding sleep, often contain 10 to 100 times more of the chemical than is necessary. Sprayable uses a fraction of the sleep-inducing juice, which the company claims will enter the body “gently and smoothly” over time as it gradually permeates the skin. While overdosing on melatonin is incredibly unlikely, even in oral use, the company still has a disclaimer saying, “do not exceed 8 sprays in 24 hours.”
Spray-and-sleep idea has Indiegogo backers eager to rise
Sprayable Sleep comes from a company called Sprayable. Its two cofounders are Ben Yu, who studied biochemistry at Harvard, and Deven Soni, with a background as VC investor. Chongxi Yu, PhD, serves as chief scientific advisor; his field is bioorganic chemistry. Yoshi Luk is the company’s design lead. Palo Alto-based Sprayable is based at Stanford, incubated at Stanford’s StartX Startup Incubator. What’s in the spray? Water, tyrosine, a derivative of a natural amino acid, and melatonin, the natural hormone that regulates your circadian rhythm. Each bottle has 30 uses of the colorless, unscented spray.
Two squirts of Sprayable Sleep will help insomniacs catch some zzzs
Sprayable Sleep is a skin spray that claims to send users into a slumber within an hour, without the side effects of typical sleeping pills.
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