When this review was written, the AtraFen PM diet pill consisted of the following ingredients: Garcinia Cambogia, L-Theanine, Magnolia Officinalis, Phosphatidylserine, Gaba, Melatonin. No directions were provided on how to use the product.
Based on the above ingredients list, it is true that this formula is stimulant free. Therefore, it should be fine to take prior to bed as it is unlikely to interrupt with sleep and there is no risk of stimulant-related side effects, such as jitters, anxiety, rapid heartbeat, etc.
What’s more, it is recommended for AtraFen PM to be taken in conjunction with a daytime fat burner, such as AtraFen, for 24 hour fat burning. The claim is that by combining both a daytime and nighttime fat burner, you’ll experience up to a 25% increase in weight loss.
That being said, as good as that might sound, there is no proof that this is true, as this claim is not base on any proven clinical research. Furthermore, AtraFen PM isn’t so much of a fat burner and appetite suppressant as it is a sleep aid.
Although garcinia cambogia has been touted in the weight loss industry as an appetite suppressant, there is no scientific proof that this herb causes these effects. What’s more, for the majority of fat burners to work effectively, they need to be combined with physical activity, which isn’t something you’ll be doing while you’re sleeping. Therefore, it is highly unlikely that taking this dietary supplement will lead to any more calorie burning or fat loss while you sleep compared to not taking anything at all.
While this product does not contain stimulants, this does not mean it is without side effects. Garcinia cambogia may cause unpleasant side effects like headaches, nausea, dry mouth, dizziness and digestive tract issues.
When this review was written, a single bottle of AtraFen PM could be purchased on Amazon for $35.00.
Prior to taking this supplement it is a good idea to first consult with your doctor to ensure its formula is safe for you.