Melatonin is a natural hormone supplement that plays a key role in maintaining normal sleep/wake patterns.†
The ingredients in this formula are of the highest quality and contain NO wheat, added yeast, soy protein, milk/dairy, corn, sugar, starch, or artificial colors, preservatives or flavors. This formula is manufactured in a facility that is externally validated by NSF International to meet or exceed all government standards (the FDA’s GMP or Good Manufacturing Practices).
HOW TO TAKE YOUR MELATONIN
Before bedtime, adults place one tablet under tongue and swallow once dissolved, or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. Use this product as long as necessary. For long term use check with your healthcare practitioner.
If you have any questions about Melatonin or other Women’s Health Network products you are taking, please let us know. Our health advisors have years of experience and have found that sometimes it just takes a little extra advice to get you feeling better. Or you may be ready to talk about additional diet and lifestyle changes once you are feeling better. Just call us at (800) 448-4919. We’re here to help.
FINE-TUNING YOUR MELATONIN PROTOCOL
A small percentage of women need to adjust their Melatonin protocol. Here’s what to do if you are one of them:
- Every woman is different – if you are generally sensitive to supplements, you may want to start with half a tablet at bedtime and increase to one tablet as your body adjusts.
- If you do not experience improved sleep within a week, increase your dosage to two tablets before bed. If symptoms improve, remain at two tablets per day for two weeks then resume the recommended dose of one tablet at bedtime.
Consult your healthcare provider prior to use if:
- You are taking any medication or have any medical conditions.
- You are pregnant, nursing or trying to conceive.
- You have a seizure disorder.
- You have cardiovascular issues, or a history of them.
- You have an autoimmune or depressive disorder.
- You are taking estrogen or other hormone replacement therapy.
Like many food and supplements, melatonin is known to affect the P450 pathway of the liver. As a result, certain prescription medications may be affected. Please consult your healthcare practitioner if taking any prescription medications.
Do NOT use if you have a known allergy or hypersensitivity to melatonin or any other ingredient in this supplement.
Warning: Not to be taken by individuals under the age of 18. If you are pregnant, nursing, taking any prescription medications (especially hormone replacement therapy), or have an autoimmune or depressive disorder consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use. Long-term use of melatonin has not been studied. Use of this product could cause hypothermia. Do not use before or while operating a motor vehicle or heavy machinery.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct light.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
References on safety and efficacy
The ingredients in Women’s Health Network Melatonin have been carefully selected following review of the scientific literature on their safety and therapeutic efficacy. For more on the clinical basis of using Melatonin, including peer-reviewed studies and additional supporting documentation, please visit the substantiation section of our website.
Further reading: To learn more about supporting natural sleep see our article Insomnia – reset your inner clock and get back to sleep at https://www.womenshealthnetwork.com/fatigue-and-insomnia/
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