Acts on the brain receptors that regulate the body's circadian clock, supports healthy sleep cycles
- Improves ability to fall asleep at bedtime
- Often used to help relieve occasional insomnia and help with fatique from jet lag and shift-work disruptions
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Melatonin is so important to sleep that your body makes it naturally as a hormone that helps maintain a healthy circadian rhythm. Like many other hormones, melatonin levels rise and fall naturally during every 24-hour period. For the best sleep, melatonin should increase during the evening hours, stay high throughout the night and drop as morning approaches. Supplementing with Melatonin can help you feel sleepier and reduce the time it takes to fall asleep. Research shows it may also help you sleep longer.
Directions Before bedtime, adults place one tablet under tongue and swallow once dissolved, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. For long term use check with your healthcare practitioner. A small percentage of women need to adjust their Melatonin protocol. Here's what to do if you are one of them: • Every woman is different - if you are generally sensitive to supplements, you may want to start with half a tablet at bedtime until your body adjusts. Then, increase to one tablet at bedtime. If you do not experience improved sleep within a week, increase your dosage to two tablets before bed. If symptoms improve, remain at two tablets per day for two weeks, then adjust down to one tablet per day. Return to taking your Melatonin at the regularly scheduled time when you are able.
Ingredients Melatonin Other ingredients: Cellulose, mannitol, xylitol, vegetable stearate, silica and natural vanilla flavor. This formula contains NO milk/dairy, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, wheat, yeast, corn, or artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.