Melatonin supplement is a natural sleep aid for kids, children and adults.

What is Melatonin?

Melatonin, the hormone of the pineal gland, was discovered in 1958 by Aaron Lerner and colleagues who a year later described also its chemical structure as N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine. This discovery constituted a milestone for further pineal research. Since then the knowledge of the structure and function of the pineal gland has tremendously increased, especially during the last three decades.

Melatonin - chemically known as N-acetyl-5-methoxytryptamine, is a compound that is naturally created in the human body. Simply put, melatonin is what triggers you to sleep. By this we mean the actual compound created in the pineal gland, and not just the sensation of being exhausted or worn-out of energy. The release procedure of melatonin starts in the evening with a large mass of it being secreted in the early morning hours. This is the reason why sometimes you stay asleep after a few hours of rest. In the case of people who are suffering from insomnia, the melatonin release might not be generated or only a little amount is released which makes them fall asleep for a short period of time then wake up after a few minutes and unable to fall back to sleep again.

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    - Non-habit forming
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    - Made in the USA in a GMP
    - Pediatrician recommended
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Things to consider before taking Melatonin:

- Those with diabetes should absolutely consult with their physician or doctor before taking melatonin. Melatonin can affect your blood sugar levels and so it is important to talk with your doctor first about how you plan to use melatonin and the melatonin dosage levels.

- We talked about how some people are experimenting with melatonin for treating depression. While some think it may help, many others believe it may actually make things much worse. Like we’ve cautioned before, do not use melatonin if you suffer from depression.

- If you have liver issues, such as liver disease, you should consult with your personal doctor. The liver’s function is to filter the blood and by taking melatonin you are adding melatonin to your blood stream, which your liver will then slowly filter out of your blood. If you have liver problems this may cause complications.

- If you have seizures, melatonin may make things worse. Do not take melatonin if you have seizures.

- If you take other drugs, OTC medicines, or prescriptions, you should talk to your doctor to ensure you won’t have any complications from the combinations of chemicals you’ll be introducing to your body.

- Research has not yet difinitely determined if breastfeeding is a safe activity for women whom are consuming melatonin.

- Production quality of Melatonin supplement products vary greatly by manufacturer. Because of this, we ONLY recommend a few trusted brands for Melatonin manufacturers.