Melatonin

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  • Prevent and reduce jet lag symptoms with Melatonin 3mg tablets.
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Supplement for Melatonin (10 mg) in Singapore

Melatonin is a hormone that helps keep your body’s natural sleep-wake cycle in check. It’s something the body makes when it gets dark. Melatonin makes you feel sleepy. Your body makes more of it when it’s dark.

Melatonin keeps you asleep, but your body makes less of it when it’s light. Even if you have trouble sleeping, our melatonin supplement gummies can help you fall asleep faster and sleep better.

Melatonin helps creatures keep their circadian rhythms in line, which controls things like when they sleep and wake up and their blood pressure. It also controls seasonal rhythms, which include things like breeding, growing up, moulting, and freezing. It does many things by turning on melatonin receptors, and it also does other things as an antioxidant. Its main job is to protect bacteria and plants from oxidative damage.

The main parts of cells that make the antioxidant melatonin are called mitochondria. This suggests that melatonin is an “ancient molecule” that helped protect the first cells from oxygen’s harmful effects.

Benefits of Melatonin 10 mg

Melatonin is a hormone that controls when you sleep and when you wake up. Darkness makes melatonin production happen, and light stops melatonin production. Melatonin levels may be low in people who have trouble sleeping. Some experts say that melatonin supplements, such as Sleeping Gummies, may help you sleep.

  • Sleep Regulation :-

Insomnia Treatment:- People with insomnia or other sleep problems sometimes take melatonin pills to improve their sleep quality.

Jet Lag: If you’re experiencing jet lag, taking Melatonin before your flight will help you adapt to different time zones more quickly.

  • Shift Work Sleep Disorder:

Melatonin supplements help regulate sleep patterns and improve sleep quality in those who work night shifts or irregular hours.

  • Antioxidant Properties 

Melatonin is an antioxidant, which means it aids in the neutralization of damaging free radicals in the body. This may improve general health and lessen the risk of some illnesses.

  • Mood and Description :-

According to some studies, Melatonin may help keep your mood in check and may even help treat some mood illnesses, like sadness.

  • Anti- Inflammatory Effects

Melatonin can reduce inflammation, which might help with diseases that cause inflammation.

  • Immune System Support :- 

According to some data, Melatonin may help the immune system, which could guard against many illnesses and diseases.

  • Migrane Preventions :- 

According to some studies, Melatonin may help some people avoid headaches or lessen how often they happen.

  • Anti-cancer Prevention :-

Cancer prevention and treatment using Melatonin is still being studied. According to some studies, Melatonin may help fight cancer.

  • Heart Health :- 

In addition to controlling blood pressure and cholesterol levels, Melatonin may help protect the circulatory system.

How does melatonin 10 mg do its job?

Melatonin is a hormone that our bodies make on their own. Melatonin production rises right after it gets dark, which is why it is also called the “darkness hormone.” The day-night cycle sets our molecular clock, so we produce very little melatonin (10 mg) during the day and a lot at night.

There is no way for melatonin to put you to sleep by itself. Instead, it tells your body that it’s time to sleep, making you less alert and more likely to fall asleep. Because of this, more light at night slows and lowers melanin production. This is why experts say you shouldn’t use a computer or phone right before bed.

Mealtionin 10 mg vs Sleeping Pill

Sedative hypnotics are the type of drug that most prescription sleeping pills are. Here are some examples:

  • Medicines that help with depression, like fluoxetine (Prozac®) and escitalopram (Lexapro®)
  • Pharmacological names for these drugs are benzodiazepines, which include Xanax® and Ativan®.
  • Drugs with the letter Z, like Zolpidem (Ambien®) and Zopiclone (Imovane®),
    Because these sleeping pills can lead to tolerance and dependence, they should only be used for short periods of time (usually less than 2 to 4 weeks) and in small amounts.

Because these sleeping pills can cause resistance and dependence, they should only be used for short periods of time (usually less than 2 to 4 weeks) and in small amounts.

In general, Melatonin is safe option 

Most likely, your body makes enough melatonin to meet its needs. But there is proof that melatonin pills can help you sleep and are safe to use for a short time. Melatonin can help blind people with delayed sleep phases and circadian rhythm sleep problems, and it can also help people who have trouble sleeping. Melatonin should be used under the care of your doctor, just like any other sleeping pill.

The FDA doesn’t keep an eye on vitamins. As a result, the FDA has not approved melatonin for any use. Melatonin receptor agonists, on the other hand, like ramelteon and tasimelteon, are allowed by the FDA to treat sleeplessness. Insomnia is one non-FDA-approved use for melatonin.

Effects, warnings, and situations where melatonin shouldn't be used In what ways can melatonin make you feel bad?

Up to 10% of people will experience the side effects listed.

  • Feeling sick or vomiting
  • You can take this medicine with or without food.
  • Eat simple meals and stay away from spicy or rich foods.
  • Getting dizzy (especially when you change your position quickly)Slowly stand up after sitting or lying down.
  • Being sleepy or tired
  • Don’t drive or do things that need your full attention.
  • Feeling shaky or awkward

Talk to your doctor if it starts to bother you.

Head hurts

Talk to your doctor if it starts to bother you.

This list of side effects will get better over time, for the most part. Talk to your doctor if they don’t go away, get worse, or start getting in the way of your daily life.

Very rarely, this medicine may cause:

  • Feeling sick
  • A lot of chest pain
  • Heartbeat not regular
  • Lost of memory (amnesia)
  • Thinking or acting in a strange way
  • Having energy, nervousness, anger, or restlessness that isn’t normal
  • Episodes of fainting
  • Fits or seizures

These are some of the signs that someone is allergic to a drug:

  • Face, eyes, lips, and tongue that are swollen
  • Having trouble breathing
  • Raised, itchy skin all over your body

If you notice any of these side effects, you should stop taking your medicine and tell your doctor right away.

Also, keep in mind that the list above does not include all possible side effects. Talk to your doctor or nurse if you have any questions about your medicine.

What safety measures do I need to take before taking melatonin?

Tell your healthcare provider if:

Some of the things that this medicine contains may cause an allergic reaction in you.

There is a chance that you are pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or nursing. Your doctor would have talked to you about the possible benefits and side effects if you were pregnant or nursing. You should talk to your doctor if you have any more questions or worries.

You are using any other medicines, including over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, traditional Chinese medicine, or plant treatments. They might change how this medicine works or lead to dangerous drug reactions.

You have smoked. Melatonin may leave your body less quickly if you smoke.

Anytime you’ve had or have had:

Important: Before taking any medicine, you should always talk to your doctor. The doctor will tell you what to do.

How Much Melatonin to Take and How to Use It In what ways should melatonin be used?

  1. Stick to the directions on the bottle and take this medicine as your doctor tells you to.
  2. You can take this medicine with or without food.
  3. You should take this medicine just before bed, about one to two hours before bed.
  4. Long-acting (PR) tablets should be taken whole with water or another drink. They should not be chewed, broken up, or crushed.

What should I do if I forget to take my medicine?
Your doctor told you to take the medicine every day. If you forget to take a dose, either take it as soon as you remember, like before bed, or wait until it’s time for your next dose and then continue as usual. If you miss a dose, don’t take two to make up for it.

FAQ ABOUT MELATONIN 10 MG

some common questions the customer asks before ordering

Yes, melatonin is allowed in Singapore and can be bought online and offline in shops. A group in Singapore called the Health Science Authority (HSA) calls it “quasi-medicine.”

It would help if you didn’t take pills that have the same stuff in them. It is to make sure there is no chance of overdosing.

Stay away from kids
Keep out of direct sunlight and in a cool, dry place.

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