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Sleep Prescription Online

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Fall Asleep Faster. Stay Asleep Longer. Awake Feeling Refreshed. 

Victory Select offers only pure, authentic ingredients. Our team of in house medical doctors, pharmacists, and nutritionists have developed a proprietary line of supermeds quality controlled in our on-site compounding pharmacy.

Combining prescription medications such as Doxepin or Trazodone with power nootropics create cutting edge formulations unlike any other medication currently available. Our patients report that these supermeds provide greater relief than Doxepin or Trazodone alone. Since the additional ingredients allow the same effects to be achieved with smaller doses of the prescription, you get the power of the prescription with fewer side effects. In addition, these herbal ingredients have mechanisms that help improve sleep onset, depth, and duration without the addictive properties and morning after effects. 

    Better Sleep Treatment Options

    EXCLUSIVE SELECT TREATMENTS

    proprietary supermeds 

    HYPNOS-D

    • Start here if you’re new to sleep medication
    • Prescription Doxepin combined with powerful nootropics
    • May also help with seasonal allergies
    • Most side effects, if any, resolve within weeks

    HYPNOS-D

    • Start here if you’re new to sleep medication
    • Prescription Doxepin combined with powerful nootropics
    • May also help with seasonal allergies
    • Most side effects, if any, resolve within weeks
    Ingredients

    Doxepin – at this dose Doxepin preferentially binds to and blocks histamine receptor sites and exerts the sleep maintenance effect. This compound does not possess common side effects like other antihistamines used for sleep, such as benadryl or diphenhydramine.

    Melatonin – a derivative of tryptophan, this neurohormone is produced in the pineal gland during the dark hours of the day-night cycle and binds to receptors that coordinate the sleep-promoting properties associated with circadian rhythms. It has also been found to increase levels of anti-inflammatory interleukins and down-regulates proinflammatory cytokines.

    Valeriana officinalis Root extract – Valerian root, and particularly valerenic acid, allosterically modulate GABA receptors as the basis of its anxiolytic and sedative properties.

    Phenibut – a nootropic and GABA analogue, this molecule crosses the blood brain barrier better than endogenously produced GABA. It is known to reduce tension, relieve symptoms of anxiety and fear, helps in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal, is useful with insomnia, and eases post-traumatic stress and obsessive compulsive disorder.

    Theanine – an amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state. It confers anti-inflammatory and protective effects in the brain, stomach, and liver and may be converted into the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA.

    Magnesium glycinate – At least 300 enzymes dependent upon magnesium for normal functionality, including enzymes involved in neurotransmitter synthesis. Neurons require adequate magnesium to prevent excessive excitation by calcium, which if unchecked may result in depression and anxiety-like behavior. The glycinate moiety supports a relaxed state by serving as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.

    Potassium chloride – an important mineral required for the maintenance of the excitatory properties of neuromuscular tissues and is necessary for the induction of sleep in mammalian species. The concentrations of potassium and sodium across cell membranes regulates the excitability of the cell, nerve impulse conduction and body fluid balance.

    Cholecalciferol – this vitamin facilitates the maintenance of normal calcium and phosphate concentrations via intestinal calcium and phosphate absorption, mobilization of calcium from bone, and reduction of calcium and phosphate excretion in the kidneys. It is also implicated in the biosynthesis of neurotrophic factors, contributing to neuroprotective pathways with increased glutathione and reduced NO, and involvement in neurotransmitter synthesis including acetylcholine and catecholamines.

    Ziziphus spinosa seed – this herb is found in Chinese medicine and exerts a range of sedative and hypnotic actions mediated primarily by the GABA system. Through its modulation and enhancement of the activity of GABA, this herb offers sedative effects.

    Magnolia officinalis bark – an herb found in traditional Chinese medicine, Magnolia bark modulates GABA, cannabinoid, and adenosine receptor activity and subsequently reduces anxiety levels. Honokiol and dihydrohonokiol, the two main actors, are described as having anxiolytic action, and subsequent alterations in serotonin turnover in different regions of the brain that results in sleep-promoting effects.

    Moringa oleifera leaves – a highly nutritious plant, it exerts a central inhibitory effect by increasing glutamate and serotonin in the prefrontal cortex and decreasing dopamine and norepinephrine in the cerebral cortex, midbrain, and cerebellum. Moringa is a significant CNS depressant that improves sleep and decreases muscle cramps.

    HYPNOS-T

    • Start here if you’ve had success with Trazodone in the past
    • Prescription Trazodone combined with powerful nootropics
    • May also help with depression

    HYPNOS-T

    • Start here if you’ve had success with Trazodone in the past
    • Prescription Trazodone combined with powerful nootropics
    • May also help with depression
    Ingredients

    Trazodone – this antidepressant medication increases serotonin in the brain by preventing its reuptake and subsequent breakdown in brain cells. It causes drowsiness and is used to treat individuals with insomnia and other sleep disorders.

    Melatonin – a derivative of tryptophan, this neurohormone is produced in the pineal gland during the dark hours of the day-night cycle and binds to receptors that coordinate the sleep-promoting properties associated with circadian rhythms. It has also been found to increase levels of anti-inflammatory interleukins and down-regulates proinflammatory cytokines.

    Valeriana officinalis Root extract – Valerian root, and particularly valerenic acid, allosterically modulate GABA receptors as the basis of its anxiolytic and sedative properties.

    Phenibut – a nootropic and GABA analogue, this molecule crosses the blood brain barrier better than endogenously produced GABA. It is known to reduce tension, relieve symptoms of anxiety and fear, helps in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal, is useful with insomnia, and eases post-traumatic stress and obsessive compulsive disorder.

    Theanine – an amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state. It confers anti-inflammatory and protective effects in the brain, stomach, and liver and may be converted into the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA.

    Magnesium glycinate – At least 300 enzymes dependent upon magnesium for normal functionality, including enzymes involved in neurotransmitter synthesis. Neurons require adequate magnesium to prevent excessive excitation by calcium, which if unchecked may result in depression and anxiety-like behavior. The glycinate moiety supports a relaxed state by serving as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.

    Potassium chloride – an important mineral required for the maintenance of the excitatory properties of neuromuscular tissues and is necessary for the induction of sleep in mammalian species. The concentrations of potassium and sodium across cell membranes regulates the excitability of the cell, nerve impulse conduction and body fluid balance.

    Cholecalciferol – this vitamin facilitates the maintenance of normal calcium and phosphate concentrations via intestinal calcium and phosphate absorption, mobilization of calcium from bone, and reduction of calcium and phosphate excretion in the kidneys. It is also implicated in the biosynthesis of neurotrophic factors, contributing to neuroprotective pathways with increased glutathione and reduced NO, and involvement in neurotransmitter synthesis including acetylcholine and catecholamines.

    Ziziphus spinosa seed – this herb is found in Chinese medicine and exerts a range of sedative and hypnotic actions mediated primarily by the GABA system. Through its modulation and enhancement of the activity of GABA, this herb offers sedative effects.

    Magnolia officinalisbark – an herb found in traditional Chinese medicine, Magnolia bark modulates GABA, cannabinoid, and adenosine receptor activity and subsequently reduces anxiety levels. Honokiol and dihydrohonokiol, the two main actors, are described as having anxiolytic action, and subsequent alterations in serotonin turnover in different regions of the brain that results in sleep-promoting effects.

    Moringa oleifera leaves – a highly nutritious plant, it exerts a central inhibitory effect by increasing glutamate and serotonin in the prefrontal cortex and decreasing dopamine and norepinephrine in the cerebral cortex, midbrain, and cerebellum. Moringa is a significant CNS depressant that improves sleep and decreases muscle cramps.

    ALL NATURAL TREATMENT

    proprietary nutraceutical blend

    HYPNOS-N

    • All natural, medical grade nutraceutical solution with no added prescription ingredients
    • A good choice for anyone who would like to try a non-pharmaceutical option first.

     

    Ingredients

    Melatonin a derivative of tryptophan, this neurohormone is produced in the pineal gland during the dark hours of the day-night cycle and binds to receptors that coordinate the sleep-promoting properties associated with circadian rhythms. It has also been found to increase levels of anti-inflammatory interleukins and down-regulates proinflammatory cytokines.

    Valeriana officinalis Root extract – Valerian root, and particularly valerenic acid, allosterically modulate GABA receptors as the basis of its anxiolytic and sedative properties.

    Phenibut – a nootropic and GABA analogue, this molecule crosses the blood brain barrier better than endogenously produced GABA. It is known to reduce tension, relieve symptoms of anxiety and fear, helps in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal, is useful with insomnia, and eases post-traumatic stress and obsessive compulsive disorder.

    Theanine – an amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state. It confers anti-inflammatory and protective effects in the brain, stomach, and liver and may be converted into the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA.

    Magnesium glycinate – At least 300 enzymes dependent upon magnesium for normal functionality, including enzymes involved in neurotransmitter synthesis. Neurons require adequate magnesium to prevent excessive excitation by calcium, which if unchecked may result in depression and anxiety-like behavior. The glycinate moiety supports a relaxed state by serving as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.

    Potassium chloride – an important mineral required for the maintenance of the excitatory properties of neuromuscular tissues and is necessary for the induction of sleep in mammalian species. The concentrations of potassium and sodium across cell membranes regulates the excitability of the cell, nerve impulse conduction and body fluid balance.

    Cholecalciferol – this vitamin facilitates the maintenance of normal calcium and phosphate concentrations via intestinal calcium and phosphate absorption, mobilization of calcium from bone, and reduction of calcium and phosphate excretion in the kidneys. It is also implicated in the biosynthesis of neurotrophic factors, contributing to neuroprotective pathways with increased glutathione and reduced NO, and involvement in neurotransmitter synthesis including acetylcholine and catecholamines.

    Ziziphus spinosa seed – this herb is found in Chinese medicine and exerts a range of sedative and hypnotic actions mediated primarily by the GABA system. Through its modulation and enhancement of the activity of GABA, this herb offers sedative effects.

    Magnolia officinalis bark – an herb found in traditional Chinese medicine, Magnolia bark modulates GABA, cannabinoid, and adenosine receptor activity and subsequently reduces anxiety levels. Honokiol and dihydrohonokiol, the two main actors, are described as having anxiolytic action, and subsequent alterations in serotonin turnover in different regions of the brain that results in sleep-promoting effects.

    Moringa oleifera leaves – a highly nutritious plant, it exerts a central inhibitory effect by increasing glutamate and serotonin in the prefrontal cortex and decreasing dopamine and norepinephrine in the cerebral cortex, midbrain, and cerebellum. Moringa is a significant CNS depressant that improves sleep and decreases muscle cramps.

    HYPNOS-N

    • All natural, medical grade nutraceutical solution with no added prescription ingredients
    • A good choice for anyone who would like to try a non-pharmaceutical option first.

    Ingredients

    Melatonin a derivative of tryptophan, this neurohormone is produced in the pineal gland during the dark hours of the day-night cycle and binds to receptors that coordinate the sleep-promoting properties associated with circadian rhythms. It has also been found to increase levels of anti-inflammatory interleukins and down-regulates proinflammatory cytokines.

    Valeriana officinalis Root extract – Valerian root, and particularly valerenic acid, allosterically modulate GABA receptors as the basis of its anxiolytic and sedative properties.

    Phenibut – a nootropic and GABA analogue, this molecule crosses the blood brain barrier better than endogenously produced GABA. It is known to reduce tension, relieve symptoms of anxiety and fear, helps in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal, is useful with insomnia, and eases post-traumatic stress and obsessive compulsive disorder.

    Theanine – an amino acid found in Green Tea that promotes a calm, relaxed state. It confers anti-inflammatory and protective effects in the brain, stomach, and liver and may be converted into the primary inhibitory neurotransmitter GABA.

    Magnesium glycinate – At least 300 enzymes dependent upon magnesium for normal functionality, including enzymes involved in neurotransmitter synthesis. Neurons require adequate magnesium to prevent excessive excitation by calcium, which if unchecked may result in depression and anxiety-like behavior. The glycinate moiety supports a relaxed state by serving as an inhibitory neurotransmitter.

    Potassium chloride – an important mineral required for the maintenance of the excitatory properties of neuromuscular tissues and is necessary for the induction of sleep in mammalian species. The concentrations of potassium and sodium across cell membranes regulates the excitability of the cell, nerve impulse conduction and body fluid balance.

    Cholecalciferol – this vitamin facilitates the maintenance of normal calcium and phosphate concentrations via intestinal calcium and phosphate absorption, mobilization of calcium from bone, and reduction of calcium and phosphate excretion in the kidneys. It is also implicated in the biosynthesis of neurotrophic factors, contributing to neuroprotective pathways with increased glutathione and reduced NO, and involvement in neurotransmitter synthesis including acetylcholine and catecholamines.

    Ziziphus spinosa seed – this herb is found in Chinese medicine and exerts a range of sedative and hypnotic actions mediated primarily by the GABA system. Through its modulation and enhancement of the activity of GABA, this herb offers sedative effects.

    Magnolia officinalis bark – an herb found in traditional Chinese medicine, Magnolia bark modulates GABA, cannabinoid, and adenosine receptor activity and subsequently reduces anxiety levels. Honokiol and dihydrohonokiol, the two main actors, are described as having anxiolytic action, and subsequent alterations in serotonin turnover in different regions of the brain that results in sleep-promoting effects.

    Moringa oleifera leaves – a highly nutritious plant, it exerts a central inhibitory effect by increasing glutamate and serotonin in the prefrontal cortex and decreasing dopamine and norepinephrine in the cerebral cortex, midbrain, and cerebellum. Moringa is a significant CNS depressant that improves sleep and decreases muscle cramps.

    Understanding Sleep Problems

    Insomnia is a very common sleep disorder that makes it difficult for patients to fall asleep or stay asleep. It may also cause one to wake multiple times during the night and can inhibit the ability to go back to sleep. Insomnia can affect mood, energy level, and overall general health thereby compromising quality of life.

    Most adults need to sleep at least seven to eight hours a night. At some time in their lives, most people will experience either acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) insomnia. Long-term insomnia, which could last for a month or longer, may be associated with medical conditions, mental health disorders, or medications. You can find sleep prescription medication online.

    Symptoms of Insomnia

    Symptoms of insomnia may include:

    • Trouble sleeping at night
    • Waking up multiple times at night
    • Waking up early and unable to go back to sleep
    • Waking up after a night’s sleep and still feeling tired
    • Experiencing periods of sleepiness or tiredness during the daytime
    • Being irritable, depressed, or anxious
    • Unable to focus or remember things
    • Making mistakes or experiencing an increase in accidents
    • Constantly worrying about not being able to sleep

    Treatments for Insomnia

    Some of the treatments for insomnia include the use of relaxation techniques, such as breathing exercises, guided imagery, and progressive muscle relaxation. Additional treatments include cognitive behavioral therapy, over the counter sleeping pills, and prescription sleep medicines. We provide sleep medication online for our Texas customers and those who live outside of Texas.

    Prescription Sleep Medication Online

    For your convenience, we can fill your prescription sleep medication online. Prescription sleep medications can be an effective short-term treatment for insomnia. They can provide immediate relief, especially during periods of high stress or grief. Depending on your situation, you can get a sleep prescription online for Hypnos-D, Hypnos-T, or Hypnos-N.

    CONSUMER INFORMATION USE AND DISCLAIMER

    This information should not be used to decide whether or not to take this medicine or any other medicine. Only the healthcare provider has the knowledge and training to decide which medicines are right for a specific patient. This information does not endorse any medicine as safe, effective, or approved for treating any patient or health condition. This is only a brief summary of general information about this medicine. It does NOT include all information about the possible uses, directions, warnings, precautions, interactions, adverse effects, or risks that may apply to this medicine. This information is not specific medical advice and does not replace information you receive from the healthcare provider. You must talk with the healthcare provider for complete information about the risks and benefits of using this medicine.