Melatonin 0.5 mg is a hormone produced by the pineal gland, which regulates the body’s sleep/wake cycle.
- Recent scientific advances suggest that it may play a role in cellular health.
- More than a dozen preliminary clinical trials have examined its role in supporting healthy cells and tissues, promoting immune cell activity, and scavenging free radicals.
- Randomized studies have revealed the potential for melatonin to positively support colon, breast, prostate, and lung tissues.
- Its primary role is regulation of the body’s circadian rhythm, endocrine secretions, and sleep patterns.
- Studies indicate that it facilitates the onset of sleep, as well as sleep efficiency.