Melatonin is a hormone produced in the pineal gland of the brain that signals your body when it’s time to sleep. Your body should naturally release more melatonin in the evening and overnight to help you rest, and your melatonin production should start to drop off in the morning hours when it’s time to wake up. However, natural melatonin production can decline with age, and other factors can also contribute, such as exposure to blue light from electronic devices before bedtime, traveling across time zones, or having an irregular work schedule. If your melatonin levels are impacted, your sleep schedule can get off track, and taking a melatonin supplement can help.
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