Red Dawn Sleep Walker Review
The Comparison. The Experience.
You’re probably reading this because you’re thinking about trying Red Dawn Sleep Walker, but you wish to gain insight before committing to your purchase. This article provides a general product review, including information on ingredients and side effects, and finally the author’s personal experience with the product. You may be wondering if it really makes sense to trust a product review posted on the vendor’s website. However, it should be noted the entirety of the following content was generated outside of the influence from the product manufacturer and vendor, by a third-party individual interested in Red Dawn products.
Concluding your personal level of satisfaction with any mood enhancing supplement depends on several factors. Mainly, your past experiences and your current expectations, will ultimately determine your level of personal satisfaction. These expectations may stem from word of mouth, advertising campaigns or possibly the product packaging itself. It would probably be safe to assume that you have at least some experience with other types of mood enhancing supplements, so stating comparisons may prove a valuable tactic. Much of the following content will attempt to accurately compare Red X Dawn Sleep Walker to a varied selection of enhancers and other drugs.
Red Dawn Sleep Walker includes a blend consisting of B vitamins, Caffeine, and two additional substances not commonly recognized, which are described later in greater detail. The combined ingredients work together providing the consumer with what could only be described as a “unique and exhilarating experience”. The recommended adult dose ranges from two to four capsules over a twenty-four hour period. This dose surly provides an experience well beyond that of your typical energy supplement. Even the most seasoned supplement consumers should not underestimate the power of Sleep Walker, as you shall soon discover upon the completion of this report.
My personal experience with Sleep Walker began with the distinct feeling of intense caffeine stimulation. This feeling came on quickly, within the first half hour after taking the capsules. The packaging states that the recommended dose contains about as much caffeine as two cups of coffee. The “Center for Science in the Public Interest” reports that one sixteen ounce cup of coffee contains as much as 320 mg of caffeine. Assuming that Red Dawn was referring to this serving size would mean that Sleep Walker may contain as much as 640 mg of caffeine. Compare this to several leading brands of energy drinks which only contain 207 mg (5 Hour Energy) and 160 mg (Monster Energy). As a result, you can expect a feeling of increased energy and alertness for several hours. But unlike the effect from energy drinks, Sleep Walker offers much more.
Everybody is familiar with the nervous feeling associated with caffeine overdose. Although Sleep Walker’s proprietary blend does contain a rather large dose of caffeine, the combination of ingredients actually provides the user with a more in-depth experience than caffeine alone. The net effect varies from other caffeinated supplements because it features a unique dimension of relaxation and euphoria, more commonly associated with drugs such as Alprazolam (Xanax) and Ephedrine. Increased levels of concentration and focus also become prevalent.
Alprazolam is best known as a prescription drug often prescribed as an anti-anxiety medication. Although Red Dawn Sleep Walker certainly does not contain Alprazolam, it does however posses properties which promote a reduction in anxiety levels. Sleep Walker’s active ingredient responsible, known as Phenyl Aminobutyric Acid, has been used to treat conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety, and insomnia since the 1960s. Phenyl Aminobutyric Acid is derived from the naturally occurring neurotransmitter, gamma-Aminobutyric acid. Sleep Walker users may report effects similar to Alprazolam, a substance which chemically binds to parts of the brain located on the GABA-A receptor. Similarly, Phenyl Aminobutyric Acid affects the GABA-B receptor site, and in higher doses the GABA-A receptor as well. Although chemically the substances being compared differ, the affects on the brain are somewhat similar.
Approximately four hours after consuming my capsules, the feeling seemed to shift towards something very similar to the effects of ephedrine, at which point the experience become more emotionally stimulating. Ephedrine chemical structures show a close similarity to amphetamine and methamphetamine. Based on many of the pill test results found on the Ecstasy Data website, all three previously mentioned substances, as well as caffeine, are prevalent in ecstasy (MDMA) tablets. This similarity to Sleepwalker should be noted because the later effects seemed to bear a some resemblance to the effects of ecstasy. It can be difficult to determine if these similarities are apparent because of the primary active ingredient found in ecstasy (MDMA) or something else. The more likely scenario is the association of side effects from ecstasy pill additives, (mainly caffeine, ephedrine, amphetamine, or methamphetamine).
In conclusion, my overall experience with Red Dawn Sleep Walker was very stimulating and positive. I would recommend this product to anyone seeking an energy supplement offering high levels of potency and powerful long lasting effects (normally one dose will last all day). Sleepwalker offers much more than your typical energy drink, and brings a new dimension to mood altering supplements. Sleep Walker can be used as a tool, at your disposal for situations requiring a supreme level of focus and concentration, practically unobtainable through traditional methods. Highly recomended for overcoming withdrawals from the use of pharmaceutical presciption drugs, and the withdrawals from extensive use of kratom a medicinal leaf of the plant known botanically as Mitragyna Speciosa.
Give it a try and you won't be disappointed,
- Joshua M.