Melaton-3 provides Melatonin, the primary hormone of the pineal gland, is a powerful “chronobiotic” that helps maintain the body’s normal circadian rhythms.
Melaton-3 also has significant antioxidant activity, adequate melatonin levels have been reported to be a positive factor in cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, GI and bone health.
- In individuals who have difficulty sleeping or who have altered circadian rhythms because of jet lag or night shift work, melatonin supplementation promotes the resynchronization of this cycle.
- Supplementation can also benefit those whose difficulty sleeping is caused by the aging-related decrease in the body’s ability to synthesize melatonin from the amino acid tryptophan.
- Research indicates melatonin exerts its sleep-promoting efficacy by decreasing the amount of time needed to fall asleep, by promoting the ability to stay asleep, and by enhancing the depth of sleep.
- Melatonin administration from 0.3 mg to 5.0 mg has been shown to exert a sedative-like effect.* When supplemented prior to the onset of the body’s normal melatonin secretion, even a low amount of melatonin can promote sleep.
- Melatonin apparently enhances the effect of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) via direct interaction with GABA receptors, thus resulting in relaxation.
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