Melatonin Should be On Your Shelf and Likely in Your Daily Use

Melatonin,is a very useful herbal supplement and has many benefits, few harms, and few side effects. We suggest you may want to discuss whether melatonin is right for you with your health care provider. The use of melatonin has been reported to cause some daytime sleepiness. In the newest report from a  Brazil a study showed that in adults with chronic migraines, of at least 4 headaches a month,
it only 3 mg dosage it reduced the frequency of headaches by over 50%. At this dosage melatonin also decreased headache duration and intensity. Other uses for melatonin include improvements in sleep try it,  to improve sex, and to decrease the rate of breast cancer. Women with low melatonin have over 600% greater chance of breast cancer. We know that the amount of light we are exposed to can affect the melatonin secretion and how we sleep. We also know that sleep deprivation also amplifies pain through increase in total body inflammation. So any pain disorder is made worse by lack of sleep which is why some people think of melatonin as a pain treatment, and indirectly it is. Besides being a neurogenic agent melatonin is an antioxidant. It's now shown to decrease endometriosis (in rats) which can cause a number of complaints including pelvic pain and  painful sex. Turkish investigators have been studying the condition of endometriosis in rats. Apparently melatonin treatments helped resolve the endometriosis. Research has not been confirmed in women, and we're not sure what the dose would be, but 3-5 mg daily is the most common dosage. Some herbal supplements potentiate each others effectiveness and you may want to try this sleep combo: melatonin (5 mg), zinc (11.25 mg), and magnesium (225 mg).


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