Melatonin 3mg 3mg (120 tablets)
Melatonin is a hormone produced in the pineal gland during periods of darkness. It produces the feeling of sleepiness and it often used as a sleep aid.
Melatonin is a hormone derived from serotonin and produced in the pineal gland (a small, pea-sized gland located just behind the center of your forehead) during periods of darkness, but not light. It produces the feeling of sleepiness that sets upon us when night falls. Exposure to light results in a rapid breakdown of melatonin.
Health Benefits Of MelatoninCertain functions in the body “synchronize” and when working properly, and function as a clock – your “internal body clock.” Melatonin can assist with this process as well as “resetting” your body’s sleep cycles. It may help:
•Correct disturbances in the circadian periodicity of the body, often associated with air travel ("jet lag")
•Reduce the number of wakenings throughout the night
•Reduce the latency period of the onset of sleepiness
•Melatonin can help both normal subjects and those afflicted with various sleep pathologies
Why our Melatonin Supplements are a Good ChoiceWe offer the chewable tablet form of Melatonin. By chewing and dissolving Melatonin in your mouth, it may be absorbed directly into your bloodstream through the blood vessels in the tongue and cheeks. This gives a more consistent intake -- it is not affected by digestive enzymes, the food in your stomach, or how long it has been since your last meal. Each time you take it, you will receive consistent results. It has a very mild, pleasant flavor.Buy your Melatonin supplements from Whole Health and take advantage of better absorption and consistent intake for more consistent results.
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Melatonin is a natural hormone that regulates the human biological clock.
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This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:
Used for Amount WhyAlzheimer’s Disease Refer to label instructions [2 stars]In a double-blind trial, supplementation with melatonin significantly improved cognitive function and sleep quality, compared with a placebo, in patients with Alzheimer's disease.Cluster Headache Take under medical supervision: 10 mg daily in the evening [2 stars]Taking melatonin before bedtime has been shown to reduce the frequency of cluster headaches.Depression .25 to 10 mg daily under medical supervision [2 stars]Melatonin might help relieve depression. However, there is a possibility that it could exacerbate depression, so it should only be used for this purpose under a doctor’s supervision.Hypertension Take under medical supervision: 2 mg daily of sustained-released supplment at night [2 stars]For people with nighttime hypertension, supplementing with melatonin may reduce nighttime systolic blood pressure.Insomnia Take under medical supervision: 0.5 to 3.0 mg daily one to two hours before bedtime [2 stars]Taking melatonin before bedtime may help reset your body’s internal clock.Insomnia and Tinnitus Take under medical supervision: 3 mg daily at bedtime [2 stars]Supplementing with melatonin may improve sleep quality and relieve other symptoms of severe tinnitus.Irritable Bowel Syndrome Take under medical supervision: 3 mg daily at bedtime [2 stars]Melatonin helps regulate gastrointestinal function and sensation. In one trial, people with irritable bowel syndrome who took melatonin experienced significantly less severe abdominal pain.Jet Lag Take under medical supervision: 0.5 mg daily at bedtime for four days after arriving at your destination [2 stars]Taking melatonin at bedtime may improve sleep quality and daytime alertness.Macular Degeneration Take under medical supervision: 3 mg daily at bedtime [2 stars]In one trial, melatonin improved eye abnormalities in the majority of cases. It appears to work by regulating eye pigmentation and by functioning as an antioxidant.Schizophrenia and Sleep Disturbances Take under medical supervision: 2 mg daily of a controlled-release preparation before bedtime [2 stars]Supplementing with melatonin appears to improve sleep quality and duration in people with schizophrenia.Tardive Dyskinesia Take under medical supervision: 10 mg daily at bedtime [2 stars]Taking melatonin may help reduce abnormal movements.Tinnitus Take under medical supervision: 3 mg dailly at bedtime [2 stars]Supplementing with melatonin may improve sleep quality and relieve other symptoms of severe tinnitus.Age-Related Cognitive Decline Refer to label instructions [1 star]Cognitive function is linked to adequate sleep and normal sleep-wake cycles, which are partially regulated by the hormone melatonin. The long-term effects of melatonin are unknown, use under a doctor’s supervision.Epilepsy Refer to label instructions [1 star]A small, preliminary trial found that melatonin improved sleep and improved seizure symptoms among children with one of two rare seizure disorders.Fibromyalgia Refer to label instructions [1 star]In one study, supplementing with melatonin reduced tender points and improved sleep in people with fibromyalgia.Glaucoma Refer to label instructions [1 star]Supplementing with melatonin lowered intraocular pressure of healthy people in one study.Migraine Headache Refer to label instructions [1 star]Pineal gland function and melatonin secretion may be disturbed in people with migraine headaches. Taking melatonin may correct this problem and reduce symptoms.Myoclonus Refer to label instructions [1 star]Melatonin taken at bedtime reduced the frequency of seizures and improved sleep in a group of children with epilepsy in a small, preliminary trial.
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- Used Melatonin Many Years Review by Dwaine
I started using melatonin in the mid 90's. Always had to worry about the supply until I found WholeHealth.com. They are reliable, and less expensive. plus their melatonin seems to work better than other brands.
(Posted on 10/7/14)
- i am on my 2nd bottle and have had more sleep and feel more alert the next day Review by Dolly
i love it i know i am going to get to sleep i have no anxiety about IF i will fall asleep i sleep longer up to 5 hrs before i wake up and no trouble falling back to sleep thank you dolly
(Posted on 11/1/13)