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As for Aid Sleeping 5-8h Melatonin 10 mg 30 Tablets Extended Release Caplet, it’s controlled-release plus extended-release tablet that has a core containing 7.5mg of melatonin and B6 and is wrapped with a extended-release coating. The controlled-release coating is coated with 2.5 mg of melatonin, the outer layer is a protective layer. After the melatonin is swallowed, 2.5 mg of melatonin is released quickly, and the concentration in the blood is increased rapidly, and people will feel drowsiness. The 7.5 mg of melatonin in the tablet core will be released at a constant rate for 5 to 8 hours, continuously maintaining the concentration in the blood, allowing you to maintain a good deep sleep until dawn.
We will introduce more information about melatonin, such as the benefits, possible side effects and interactions and warnings.
Melatonin is a chemical that your brain produces when it darkens on the outside. It is called the sleep hormone because it tells you when to sleep and wake up. You can also buy melatonin supplements at almost any grocery store or pharmacy. Studies have shown that these supplements are safer and have fewer side effects compared to many prescription sleeping pills.
Hundreds of studies have concluded that melatonin is safe and effective as a sleep aid. Here are some discovered benefits of sleep and other possible health.
1. Aid sleeping
It can help insomnia, jet lag,shift workers, and the elderly have a better sleep.
2. Jet lag
Jet lag occurs when you travel across time zones. For at least a few days after travel, your body clock is still set to where you came from, not where you arrived. This can make you feel tired and have difficulty concentrating. Many studies have found that melatonin can help you overcome jet lag symptoms.
3. Age-related macular degeneration
Some small studies indicate that melatonin may help treat certain eye diseases caused by inflammation and aging.
4. Helps to Eye diseases
Uveitis: an eye disease that causes sudden redness, swelling, and pain in the eyes.
Glaucoma: A group of eye diseases usually caused by pressure inside the eye. If left untreated, this can damage the optic nerve, which sends signals from your eyes to your brain.
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD): An eye disease that blurs the central and frontal vision of people 65 years of age and older.
Melatonin has a protective effect. It can reduce inflammation and oxidative stress caused by free radicals. These unstable molecules can damage cells and tissues.
Melatonin helps protect the retina of the eye from further damage.
5. Helps to Autism
Many people with autism do not produce enough melatonin and have sleep problems.
Melatonin helps people with autism fall asleep faster. They also sleep longer and sleep better.
May cause drowsiness, headache, dizziness, nausea, and nightmares.
If you take too much melatonin, you may end up feeling a hangover. This usually disappears quickly.
Melatonin may remain active for longer in the elderly. This may cause drowsiness during the day.
Even if melatonin is sold over the counter,you should consult your healthcare provider before taking it.This is especially true if you are already taking medication for other health problems. Melatonin may affect the way your body processes certain drugs,thereby increasing or decreasing the effects of these drugs.
1. Blood thinners
Taking melatonin may increase the risk of bleeding if you take medicine to prevent blood clots.
The interaction may weaken the prevention of seizures if you take epilepsy medications.
Melatonin may increase the sedative effect of these drugs.
4. Anti-hypertensive drugs
Melatonin may increase your blood pressure if you have hypertension.
5. Diabetes medications
People with diabetes may experience hyperglycaemia levels when taking melatonin.
6. Immunosuppressive agents
People with autoimmune diseases take drugs to weaken the body's immune system response. People who have received organ transplants take drugs to prevent their bodies from rejecting their new organs. Melatonin may reduce the effectiveness of these drugs.
7. Birth control pills
Some birth control pills may increase melatonin levels and make you feel sleepier.
8. Luvox (fluvoxamine)
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) may take Luvox to prevent unnecessary thoughts or repetitive behaviors, such as washing hands. This medication will increase the level of melatonin and make you feel drowsy.