Melatonin Max 60mg High Dose Capsules
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✅ Naturally occurring hormone and antioxidant that has numerous biological effects.
✅High Dosage Melatonin 60mg MAX in easy-to-swallow capsules.
✅The body’s melatonin production is easily disrupted by today’s lifestyle. If you use a computer, television, smart phone, or other screen device in the evening, it can interfere with melatonin production. Even ordinary light bulbs can be a problem.
✅If you’re in an office all day and don’t get enough natural light exposure during waking hours, your body is missing important signals needed to produce sufficient melatonin.
✅Each bottle contains 60 Capsules
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What is melatonin and how does it work?
Melatonin is a hormone that your brain produces 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.
Research suggests that melatonin plays other important roles in the body beyond sleep.
Melatonin is so much more than just sleep, Although sleep helps your immune system and strengthens your body. The high levels of Melatonin have been studied for many additional health benefits.
Melatonin and Sleep
Melatonin, often referred to as the sleep hormone, is a central part of the body’s sleep-wake cycle. Its production increases with evening darkness, promoting healthy sleep and helping to orient our circadian rhythm.
During the day, the brain’s pea-sized pineal gland remains inactive. A few hours before our natural sleep time, as it starts to get dark outside and the light entering our retina fades, the gland switches on to flood the brain with melatonin.
Instead of a lights-out trigger, melatonin acts more like a dimmer switch, turning the day functions off and switching night functions on. So taking a melatonin supplement is sort of like taking a dose of sunset, tricking your body into feeling like it’s nighttime. It doesn’t put you to sleep as much as it tells the body that it’s time to sleep.
Melatonin is a natural hormone that is produced by the pineal gland in the brain and then released into the bloodstream. Darkness prompts the pineal gland to start producing melatonin while light causes that production to stop. As a result, melatonin helps regulate circadian rhythm and synchronize our sleep-wake cycle with night and day. In doing so, it facilitates a transition to sleep and promotes consistent, quality rest.
As a result, melatonin helps regulate circadian rhythm and synchronize our sleep-wake cycle with night and day. In doing so, it facilitates a transition to sleep4 and promotes consistent, quality rest.
A study published in the Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine found that the content of more than 70 percent of melatonin supplements on the market varied widely from their label claims. The concentration ranged from 83 percent less than the amount listed to 478 percent more. Each batch of our Melatonin Capsules are tested to ensure we meet the 60mg dosage we are a cGMP Certified Facility located in Carson City Nevada and the original High-DOSE melatonin supplier.
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