I’ll do it tomorrow

When you’re tired, procrastinating is healthy and natural.

Che sonno is the sublingual spray with natural substances to help you sleep on it: tomorrow you’ll know better.

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Che sonno UNOTRE

The will of pushing back is often the natural and healthy defense of your organism against stress (and sometimes, against things that shouldn’t be done at all*).

Scheme Che Sonno

Unfortunately we’re conditioned to fight this instinct and we aren’t able to listen to it even when it would be better to.

Fare le cose veramente
Really getting things done

When it’s time to go to bed, silence your internal conflict with a natural product to spray under your tongue and sleep well – nothing bad will happen.



Fight off overworking and anxiety



Give your body the signal
it’s time for rest



“No dream is just a dream.”
— Arthur Schnitzler

* According to a recent study conducted for UNOTRE by independent researchers 80% of people who postponed a decision until things happened on their own have said “I shouldn’t have worried: it went for the best”.

Ripiglio is manufactured in Italy by Laboratori Naturethics, via Leonardo Da Vinci 38, Saronno (VA).

Laboratori Naturethics manufactures according to the GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) principles. It utilizes state of the art formulations and extractive processes, like cryo-grinding, which thanks to liquid nitrogen and extremely low temperatures (-15°C) protects vegetal tissues and active ingredients from oxidation.

What’s in the recommended dose

125mg Passion flower


Passion flower

A flower with sedative properties treating anxiety, irritability and insomnia, and which alleviates various gastrointestinal symptoms

1mg Melatonin



The hormone produced by the body tasked with an essential role in sleep physiology and regulating the sleep-wake cycle

Melatonina e luce

Melatonin and daylight

Production and release of the melatonin hormone are regulated by the exposition to light, with an increase when dark and a decrease in daytime. The presence of a light source during night can hinder the effect of melatonin and cause sleeping issues. When you take Che sonno is thus important your eyes are in the dark.

UNOTRE Che sonno

You’ll postpone

Make dark, spray it under the tongue and sleep well.

16,90€ for a flask of 120 doses

Even if these are natural substances it doesn’t mean abusing a remedy is the right way to deal with a problem. If you suffer from chronic sleep disorders go see a specialist (if you feel shame know there’s nothing wrong in it, but to help you could always use a correct Eyewear).

Procrastination as an evolutionary trait

The desire for postponing things is a signal

When your body and your mind push you to push back something, like a decision or an action, there’s a chance you’re not being inspired by simple laziness but by a sophisticated defense mechanism refined by humans during their evolution.

In generations spanning millennia we have developed various automated mechanisms to preserve our well-being and keep ourselves away from risks. A quite powerful one is the resistance to take action or make decisions when we deem there’s an insufficient number of elements (informations, or energy) to do it safely.

“[…] procrastination is a message from our natural willpower via low motivation […]. Few can grasp the logical consequence that one should lead a life in which procrastination is good, as a naturalistic-risk-based form of decision making.”

— Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Antifragile: Things That Gain From Disorder

Boomerang effect

Modern society dictates models based on efficiency and responsibility: to adhere to them, our rational brain often clashes with the most profound and wise part of our conscience, causing friction and hindering the relaxation needed before sleep.

Sleeping is though the only natural way to recover energy and to process informations, in order to get postponed things done.

Benefits of sleep

Sleep boosts the immune system

When your body gets the sleep it needs, your immune cells and proteins get the rest they need to fight off whatever comes their way — like colds or the flu.

A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI
Fig. 1.
A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI

Sleep can strengthen your heart

Not getting enough sleep can lead to heart health problems like high blood pressure or heart attacks. That’s because lack of sleep can cause your body to release cortisol, a stress hormone that triggers your heart to work harder.

A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI
Fig. 2.
A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI

Sleeping improves your mood

Studies have shown that even partial sleep deprivation has a significant effect on mood. University of Pennsylvania researchers found that subjects who were limited to only 4.5 hours of sleep a night for one week reported feeling more stressed, angry, sad, and mentally exhausted. When the subjects resumed normal sleep, they reported a dramatic improvement in mood.

A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI
Fig. 3.
A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI

Sleeping increases productivity

Sleep has been linked to improved concentration and higher cognitive function, both of which can help you be successful at work. On the contrary, scientists have found that a small nightly decrease in sleep has serious cumulative effects; for instance, a week and a half spent sleeping just six hours per night, rather than seven to nine, can result in the same level of impairment on the tenth day as being awake for the previous 24 hours straight.

A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI
Fig. 4.
A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI

Sleep increases exercise performance

Sleep recovery helps with hand-eye coordination, reaction time and muscle recovery. Plus, depriving yourself of sleep can have a negative impact on strength and power.

A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI
Fig. 5.
A scientist studying sleep as imagined by an AI

Sleep improves memory

Although no one knows exactly how sleep enables memory consolidation, a number of studies have shown that a reduction in total sleep time or specific sleep stages can dramatically inhibit a person’s ability to consolidate recently formed memories.


Division of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School

Sleep Duration and Body Mass Index in a Rural Population

Short Sleep Duration in Infancy and Risk of Childhood Overweight

Role of Sleep Duration and Quality in the Risk and Severity of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Short Sleep Duration and Incident Coronary Artery Calcification

Inflammatory Aspects of Sleep Apnea and Their Cardiovascular Consequences
Inflammatory Aspects of Sleep Apnea and Their Cardiovascular Consequences

Neural-Immune Interactions in the Regulation of Sleep

Sleep Habits and Susceptibility to the Common Cold

Sleep Disorders and Sleep Deprivation: An Unmet Public Health Problem

Brief Communication: Sleep Curtailment in Healthy Young Men Is Associated with Decreased Leptin Levels, Elevated Ghrelin Levels, and Increased Hunger and Appetite

Impact of Sleep Debt on Metabolic and Endocrine Function

Effect of Sleep Loss on C-reactive Protein, an Inflammatory Marker of Cardiovascular Risk

Cumulative Sleepiness, Mood Disturbance, and Psychomotor Vigilance Decrements During a Week of Sleep Restricted to 4 – 5 Hours Per Night

Sleep Disturbance and Psychiatric Disorders: A Longitudinal Epidemiological Study of Young Adults

Functional Neuroimaging of Sleep

Chronic Insomnia as a Risk Factor for Developing Anxiety and Depression

The Morbidity of Insomnia Uncomplicated by Psychiatric Disorders

Sleep-dependent Motor Memory Plasticity in the Human Brain

Memory Consolidation and Reconsolidation: What is the Role of Sleep?

The Role of Sleep in Declarative Memory Consolidation: Passive, Permissive, Active or None?

Sleep-dependent Learning and Memory Consolidation

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Che sonno

The sublingual spray with natural ingredients to make you sleep well and when you want.