NOOreset prepares your body for sleep by helping process caffeine faster and replenish the nutrients absorbed from a productive day – you'll never have felt so rested and ready to take on the day! Learn how our formula works on the many systems in the body.


The Benefit  Increases the body’s ability to flush caffeine from the system, achieving a deeper state of sleep.

The Science  Rutaecarpine causes the body to produce more of the enzymes that break down caffeine in the blood, reducing the stimulant effects at a much faster rate.

Further research can be found here and here.

Magnesium Glycinate

The Benefit  Relieves the brain from stress built up throughout the day, among many other benefits, for general health and wellbeing.

The Science  Magnesium suppresses the release of ACTH, a prominent stress hormone in the brain. This, in turn, lowers levels of cortisol and adrenaline. 

Further research can be found here and here.


The Benefit  Slows racing thoughts from the day by reducing excessive stress.

The Science  Phosphatidylserine reduces the stress-filled effects of cortisol, by normalizing the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenal axis.

Further research can be found here.


The Benefit  Plays an important role in helping to regulate stress in the body.

The Science  Boron is an important micronutrient that boosts the absorption rate of magnesium in the body, which has been shown to lower adrenaline and cortisol. 

Further research can be found herehere, and here.


The Benefit  Aids the body’s production of melatonin to help transition you into a natural state of sleep.

The Science  Zinc plays an important role in the functioning of the brain’s neurotransmitters and is critical in the metabolism of Melatonin, an important sleep hormone that regulates natural sleep cycles. 

Further research can be found here.


The Benefit  Transitions the body into a natural state of sleep more effectively after a busy day.

The Science – Melatonin is a natural hormone produced by the body that regulates our circadian rhythm, the body’s ‘internal clock’, and when it is released it triggers the onset of sleep. 

Further research can be found here and here.