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Melatonin has been proven effective in assisting you in your pursuit of peaceful sleep, every night. It 'turns down' the brain's activating system that controls wakefulness. Insomnia is a condition in which wakefulness overrides the brain's effort to cause sleepiness. Normally, melatonin levels rise in the bloodstream as light diminishes progressively to full darkness, but changes in sleep patterns, and aging, can affect levels of melatonin and its effectiveness. Frequent insomnia can cause problems during the day, such as sleepiness, fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, and irritability, as well as other subtle health problems. Those likely to benefit most from use of sublingual melatonin are older people who appear to have an age-related decline in adequate melatonin secretion, as evidenced by frequent or chronic insomnia. Shift workers also find melatonin helpful when they are required to adjust to new sleep patterns due to changing shifts. For jet-lag, taking melatonin can help travelers reset their sleep pattern more quickly in a new time zone.
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