Melatonin- 100 Capsules 10mg each
Melatonin is a natural product found in plants and animals. It is primarily known in animals as a hormone released by the pineal gland in the brain at night, and has long been associated with control of the sleep–wake cycle
Melatonin is naturally produced in response to darkness. It helps with the timing of your circadian rhythms (24-hour internal clock) and with sleep. Being exposed to light at night can block melatonin production.
Your body produces melatonin naturally. It doesn’t make you sleep, but as melatonin levels rise in the evening it puts you into a state of quiet wakefulness that helps promote sleep.
Most people’s bodies produce enough melatonin for sleep on their own. However, there are steps you can take to make the most of your natural melatonin production, or you can try melatonin supplements on a short-term basis if you’re experiencing insomnia, want to overcome jet lag, or are a night owl who needs to get to bed earlier and wake up earlier, such as for work or school.
The production of Melatonin first involves Tryptophan being synthesized during digestion from various proteins. When it is light outside, this is converted to Serotonin, and when it is night outside, it is converted to Melatonin.
Jet lag affects people when they travel by air across multiple time zones. With jet lag, you may not feel well overall and you may have disturbed sleep, daytime tiredness, impaired functioning, and digestive problems.
Research suggests that melatonin supplements may help with jet lag. This is based on medium-sized reviews from 2010 and 2014.
Four studies that included a total of 142 travelers showed that melatonin may be better than a placebo in reducing overall symptoms of jet lag and increases sleep quality.
- Mood support
- Fat burner
- Support immune function
- Promote healthy mood
- Benefit sexual health
- Melatonin could be useful in reducing the severity of epileptic seizures. Melatonin can be suggested as an adjunct drug in the treatment of EGTCS, but drug interactions between melatonin and other anti-seizure drugs should be considered.
Take 1 capsule two hours before bedtime
Do not use melatonin if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or have an autoimmune disorder, a seizure disorder or depression. Talk to your health care provider if you have diabetes or high blood pressure. Melatonin supplements may also raise blood-sugar levels and increase blood pressure levels in people taking some hypertension medications.
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