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Melatonin by Form: Pros and Cons of Pills, Gummies, and Liquids

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 24-Apr-2023 18:33:11


The consequences of nighttime sleeplessness include drowsiness, inattention, and irritation during the day. When insomnia is persistent and happens night after night, you want a treatment that has been shown to work. Melatonin is often the answer in these situations. Melatonin hormone is released by the brain in response to darkness, transitioning the mind state from wakefulness to sleep. Melatonin controls the body’s biological cycle. Most people make enough melatonin at night to have a restful sleep. A melatonin supplement could help those who don't. Generally, you only require about 0.5 mg to 3 mg of melatonin each ... Read More

Everything You Need to Know About Circadian Rhythms and How They Affect Sleep

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 20-Apr-2023 15:37:53


Changes in both body and mind occur at regular intervals throughout the day, known as circadian rhythms. The 24-hour circadian rhythm plays a significant role in keeping us awake and attentive throughout the day and preparing us for sleep at night. It affects our metabolism, hormonal balance, and even how hot or cold we feel. Our internal biological clock, or circadian rhythm, may disconnect from our daily routine and external conditions. Understanding your sleep-wake cycle and the factors interrupting your circadian rhythm might help you receive the rest you need. We also discuss methods for establishing and keeping a regular ... Read More

The Risks of Taking Sleeping Pills

Bhaswati Mukherjee
Updated on 07-Apr-2023 16:36:45


Insomnia is a sleep disorder, so you should see a doctor if you have difficulties getting asleep or staying asleep daily. The treatment for your sleeplessness will depend on the root cause. Insomnia treatment is more successful when the underlying cause is addressed, such as a medical or sleep-related issue. The greatest treatment for chronic insomnia is the behavioural modifications learnt in cognitive behavioural therapy. Maintaining a normal sleep and wake time, working out regularly, staying away from coffee after 2 p.m., not napping throughout the day, and controlling your stress levels are all likely beneficial. Yet, there are situations ... Read More