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 Melatonin is derived either chemically synthetically, extracted from a plant, or extracted from the brain of an animal. Most melatonin you find in stores  is a synthetic melatonin. Synthetic melatonin is not the same in molecular structure to natural melatonin. Some chemicals like this, can do more harm than good in the long term.

 Research indicates that Melatonin may be associated with the regulation of normal sleep wake cycles.  Melatonin is a potent antioxidant that defends against free radicals and helps to support glutathione activity in the neural tissue. Melatonin is a natural hormone in the body. Helps promote sleep.

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 Just because this product is natural does not mean it should be used indiscriminately. In parts of Europe melatonin is a controlled substance that cannot be obtained without a prescription. It does work, it is a hormonal drug, and it is powerful. Melatonin has been used for short term treatment of trouble sleeping (insomnia) due to sleep cycle disorders and time changes ("jet lag"). This product may help you fall asleep faster and decrease the number of times you awaken during the night. It may also help you sleep for a longer time. It will help you relax.

 Melatonin is a hormone that is produced by the pineal gland in mammals, which chemically interacts with your brain to help induce sleep. Melatonin levels with most people elevate when their eyes are exposed to darkness, increasing as their length of time in darkness increases. Some people, such as those diagnosed with ADD, or depression, or a SSRI  selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor , may have impaired uptake of melatonin, or their brains are not as efficient at using it, so a boost can be useful, especially in today's world where people keep lights on until 11pm.

 Some people take Dramamine, and Tylenol PM, and generic sleep pills in the past to go to sleep where other folks were being noisy even with ear plugs in. The problem with those is they loose effectiveness overtime, and you can form a dependence on them. Since Dramamine is an antihistamine it dries out your sinus cavity, also it is not a very natural sleep, it knocks you out when you first use it, but like all antihistamines your body gets used to it over time and it looses its effect. Tylenol PM and sleep pills both knock you out in an unnatural sleep where when you wake up you are still dragging  hours later until you get some coffee in you.  And then there is dependence that can happen.

 With Melatonin, you go to sleep in about thirty minutes after taking it, you might wake up a couple times through the night, but you will still be easily able to go back to sleep. And when you wake up, this is the best part, you really, really feel like you have a dang good sleep. If you are fully rested, melatonin will not keep you knocked out in a chemical stupor. You wake up like you never took anything. So if you are expecting this to force you to sleep in the middle of the day, it probably wont work. Also if you expose your eyes to light, you reduce your levels of melatonin, it would be like taking sleeping pills while drinking coffee.

 Melatonin can put you to sleep fast, it is a drug, and it does work, and there is tons of medical research to back it up. It is after all what your own brain already uses to facilitate sleep. It is non-habit forming, and does not loose effectiveness overtime. So basically it's the best thing to put yourself to sleep since it is what our bodies naturally evolved to use for that exact purpose. It has the added benefit of being a potent antioxidant. Melatonin can cross the brain barrier to act on free radicals in your brain. Melatonin is a direct scavenger of OH, O2', and NO, which are basically oxidizers that can cause cellular damage and mutations. In some studies on mice melatonin increased their lives twenty percent and mice are not susceptible to the placebo effect.

 You need to research the brands sold at department stores. People have seen products at stores in the vitamin section that have bull-adrenaline and radioactive metals in them, seriously. With natural products you need to be careful about what brand you buy, because they are not regulated by the FDA. Since they fall in the natural food category, the FDA doesn't feel it needs to do any research, since there is no profit for drug companies on the line.

 Consumers bought many natural-brand products in the past. They are all all-natural, they are all potent without any fillers, they all work, and they are all priced very fairly for the quality. NOW and other brands that  are sold in natural health food stores all over North America, including Wild Oats, Sprouts, Nutters, and other well-known chains. And when getting a hormone based drug like Melatonin, for the difference of a couple bucks, You would not mess around. Melatonin, Other Ingredients: Cellulose, Vegetable Polysaccharide (capsule) and Magnesium Stearate  vegetable source . Contains no sugar, salt, starch, yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk, egg, shellfish or preservatives.

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