What Is DSIP?
DSIP, or Delta Sleep-Inducing Peptide, is a neuropeptide that was first discovered in the cerebral venous blood of sleeping rabbits. This peptide occurs naturally in the body, and its primary function is to regulate and modulate sleep.
DSIP induces and normalizes sleep patterns, reducing the time required to fall unconscious and extending the duration of sleep. It is believed to have additional benefits, such as tension reduction, pain management, and antioxidant effects; however, these effects are still undergoing research.