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Zenbev is an all-natural beverage mix made from pumpkin seed flour and other food ingredients in a proprietary formulation developed by a physician that helps you stay calm, focused and sleep naturally, without undue side-effects.

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Zenbev is unique

Our clinically proven formulation is developed by a physician with your health in mind to promote sleep naturally. Zenbev is effective, non-habit forming, and has no side-effects or risk of dependence.

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So what’s in Zenbev?

Zenbev drink mix is an organic sleep aid made from pumpkin seeds. The organic pumpkin seeds are cold pressed to remove the oil and blended in a powder formulation that promotes sleep and eases anxiety naturally. Clinically proven to promote a natural and healthy sleep.

And how does it work?

  1. Natural tryptophan from pumpkinseed flour provides the right amino acids you need to get from food
  2. + Vitamin B source and strategic carbohydrate combine in this formulation to surge to the correct part of the brain
  3. + natural light to stimulate your natural serotonin production; OR + dark conditions to stimulate your natural melatonin
  4. = calm and sleep the way nature and nutrition intended

More to explore from our blog!

  • Sleep Paralysis: What is it?

    You may have heard of, or experienced, sleep paralysis. What is it? Silas Weir Mitchell officially identified the phenomenon in 1876 but this painting by Heinrich Fussili in 1781, “Der Nachtmahr” (The Nightmare), demonstrates evidence of vivid experience with the awareness/ helplessness elements unique to this experience long before. If this has happened to you, it is not new and you are not alone.

    What is it?

    Sleep paralysis occurs when one finds themselves partially awake during their sleep although unable to move. This terrifying prospect affects roughly 8% of the population. Sleep paralysis occurs mostly during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Episodes can range from a few seconds to a few minutes long. Occurrences of sleep paralysis are commonly accompanied by vivid hallucinations that make the situation comparable to a nightmare. Those affected may also experience a feeling of suffocation or imagine a presence nearby. See how the maiden in the Fussili painting is not just asleep but inert and helpless like a rag doll. The demons circle and even sit on her chest but she can do nothing, a horror beyond nightmarish proportions.

    Why does it happen?

    Although there is no standard way to diagnose it, Sleep paralysis is linked to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), narcolepsy, depression and anxiety. The experience is not exclusive to these conditions, though. It is normal for the body to be in paralysis during REM sleep so that you don’t act out your vivid dreams. You are not supposed to be aware of this, though. The timing should remove the paralysis before you are conscious.

    If you are looking for answers, modern medicine suggests identifying any underlying psychological factors to determine if it is an isolated incident. Education on proper sleep habits is important since improper sleep or a shifting schedule can lead to sleep paralysis incidents.

    What can you do?

    This is where Zenbev Drink Mix can step in as a preventative measure. It is always safe to assume that quality sleep reduces running the risk of abnormalities in our everyday lives in and out of bed. Sleep paralysis falls into this category of risks. Zenbev can also help the anxiety that comes from worries about any sleep issues. However, if you find yourself experiencing recurring incidents of sleep paralysis that are affecting your overall mood and quality of life, it is recommended to see your physician.

    Overall, this concept sounds frightening, but those affected can take comfort in the fact that the nightmares pose no threat to their health. Taking precaution with good sleep habits and paying attention to one’s mental health can do wonders. Zenbev, the healthiest sleep aid, is just one of the useful tools you can use so this doesn’t happen to you.

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  • REM Sleep Explained

    There are many complex processes at work when our bodies are asleep. Scientists have an increasingly better understanding of how the brain functions and how important good sleep is, however, this is still probably just the tip of the iceberg.

    The brain is never actually asleep. A great deal of activity goes on in our brains when we retire at night in order for us to experience the restorative properties of a good night’s sleep.

    All stages of sleep are important, but it is REM sleep that is necessary for cell repair, restoration and emotional processing. While REM sleep can happen throughout the night it is most active at the end of the night so if you are not sleeping enough, you are not getting enough restorative REM sleep.

    Advances in brain polysomnography in the 1950’s lead to our current understanding of what happens in the brain as we sleep. The complex structure of how the brain operates on sleep mode is called Sleep Architecture and has been divided into five stages for better understanding.

    When we go to sleep our brain progresses through five stages of sleep:

    Stages 1 & 2, light sleep begins the process of slowing brain waves;

    Stages 3 & 4 known as slow wave sleep [SWS] or deep sleep follows;

    Stage 5 or rapid eye movement [REM] predominates in the last third of the night.

    The preservation of this natural brain rhythm of sleep or sleep architecture is every bit as important as the overall sleep time. We need to experience all five stages of sleep in order to wake rested.

    In Stages 1 & 2 the mind is in a light sleep, easily roused. Stages 3 & 4 are a deeper level of sleep where rousing is more difficult, and people report feeling disoriented if awakened. In Stage 5, or REM sleep, the brain activity is similar to that when awake but the body remains in full muscle paralysis except for respiratory and cardiac function. This allows the mind to experience a full dream without consequent bodily movement.

    These stages are not experienced in chronological order but cycle throughout the night. REM sleep begins around 90 minutes into sleep but has much more prominence in the later part of the night. Unfortunately, this is the part that is most at risk of being lost if you are not sleeping well or long enough, says psychologist Rubin Naiman, a sleep and dream specialist at the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine and the author of a recent review about dreaming published in the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences.

    Positive REM sleep is associated with an increase in growth hormone, a decrease in cortisol, learning and memory consolidation and even associated with healthy immune function response. While we still don’t know a lot about how the brain functions, we do know how to promote more REM sleep. It starts with focusing on healthy sleep patterns, diet, use of a sleep mask to eliminate light and maximize natural melatonin production.

    To obtain a good night’s sleep it is very important to avoid factors that disrupt sleep architecture. Our sleep environment, the medication we take, our diet and our thought patterns can directly impede sleep patterns. The good news is; however, these factors are eminently within our control to change and the preservation of constructive sleep architecture will result in better sleep.

    The importance of sleep and specifically Stage 5 REM sleep goes far beyond rest and relaxation. Our maintenance of good health depends upon it.

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  • How Exercise Improves Sleep

    Working out is great for your body. It keeps you in shape and can help you feel more comfortable in your skin. We all know that having a strong, toned body is wonderful, but staying active also contributes to our overall health in more ways than we may realize. Moving our bodies regularly makes room for a healthier mind, a stronger body, and great sleep.

    Exercise: Sleep and Health Benefits

    The relationship between sleep and exercise has been heavily researched over the years. Although scientists haven’t quite gotten to the bottom of the mechanisms, they do acknowledge that the connection between the two exists. One of the most consistent conclusions that have been drawn is that moderate exercise can promote greater sleep quality. This includes shortening the time it takes to fall asleep and reducing the time spent lying awake in bed at night.

    One of the most obvious reasons as to why exercise promotes sleep is that it physically tires you out. Think back to an intense workout you recently completed. Did you feel exhausted after it? If so, this is completely normal. After physical activity, the body seeks to recover, and sleep is the best method to do so. In addition, exercise is regarded as a powerful antidote to stress. As we mentioned in our stress series, anxiety and nervousness have a major role to play when it comes to sleep troubles. To combat this tension, people turn to exercise for its mood-boosting effects. When you work out, your brain releases chemicals such as dopamine and endorphins, making you feel happy and relaxed. This post-exercise high can ease stress. Consequently, when stress is reduced, it may be easier to get some sleep.

    Regular exercise also has a positive impact on bone and muscle strengthening. Aerobic, muscle-strengthening activities done at a moderate-to-intense level can delay the loss of bone density that comes with age. The physical benefits of regular activity also extend to easing muscle tension, supporting heart health, and managing pain.

    Exercises for Better Sleep

    By now, it’s very apparent that the benefits of exercise are plentiful. However, every body is different, so it’s important to understand what kind of physical activity targets your personal needs. Here are a few exercises that can be done moderately during the day to help with sleep at night:

    Aerobics and Cardio

    Regular aerobic exercise is believed to reduce daytime sleepiness and relieve insomnia. Some research has found moderate aerobic exercise to increase the amount of time spent in deep sleep – the stage of sleep where the body restores itself.

    • Exercises: brisk walking, biking, swimming

    Resistance Training

    A study from the Preventative Medicine Reports concluded that strength/resistance training positively impacted participants’ sleep. This could have something to do with the fact that moderate-to-intense exercise increases adenosine activity in the brain. Adenosine is a chemical in the central nervous system that builds up in the blood when you are awake and triggers drowsiness.

    • Exercises: Lifting weights, sit-ups, push-ups

    The debate over whether or not working out at night is a good idea is highly controversial. Here at Zenbev, we encourage you to avoid vigorous workouts before bedtime. If possible, aim to complete your workout at least two or more hours before heading to bed. Doing so will give your brain some time to wind down. With that being said, there are still some gentle ways to move your body before bed that won’t impact your sleep, but can actually improve it.

    Next time you are having trouble getting to sleep, consider practicing some of the following activities:

    • Tai Chi: Can have a positive effect on flexibility, balance and muscle strength. May improve insomnia symptoms in healthy older adults.
    • Yoga: Promotes relaxation and relieves stress. Yoga can help with calming the mind, which can make it easier to calm the body and wind down for the night.
    • Flexibility Training: If you find yourself tossing and turning in bed due to aches and pains, flexibility training may be a great addition to your bedtime routine. This activity can loosen up stiff muscles and prevent sleep-disrupting cramps.
    • Exercises: Deep stretches, pilates

    Similar to Zenbev, exercise can be a wonderful, natural treatment for stress reduction and healthier sleep. Find an activity that works for you, and try to incorporate it into your daily routine. Your body will thank you for taking good care of it!

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