Melatonin capsules provide pure melatonin, the sleep hormone, that helps regulates body’s biological clock for better sleep-wake cycle and superior sleep quality. Irregular sleep pattern leaving you all groggy the next day. Tired of lying in bed and counting the hours at night. Planning to fly long distance and worried about jet lag and tossed sleep patterns. Melatonin can help you. Melatonin, otherwise known as the 'Sleep Hormone' is responsible for maintaining the Sleep-Wake Cycle of our body. Melatonin is a natural hormone produced by the pineal gland in human brain. Melatonin levels rise up when darkness falls each day, and dip at dawn. Aging, excessive exposure to phone/TV screens, lack of exercise, wrong dietary routines and mental stress can mess with the ability of our body to produce sufficient amount of melatonin. Consumption of excess amounts of caffeine, alcohol and tobacco can also lower melatonin levels in the body. So does working the night shift or having poor vision. Hence, its deficiency can upset your ability to fall asleep naturally and normally and have a sound sleep pattern. A healthy sleep routine is highly important for maintaining proper health of our entire body and for warding off acute and chronic health issues. That is why a proper supply of melatonin is of paramount importance.
BENEFITS OF MELATONIN CAPSULES
Melatonin capsules is delivers pure melatonin, the sleep hormone, to help regulate sleep-wake cycle for faster and sounder sleep.
Melatonin levels rise when darkness falls, and dip when daytime approaches.
Melatonin, the ‘sleep hormone’, is naturally produced in the brain. It helps regulate the body’s biological clock, the sleep-wake cycle.
Melatonin capsules is 100% natural, vegetarian, gluten-free & stearate-free.
KEY INGREDIENTS OF WOW LIFE SCIENCE MELATONIN CAPSULES
Melatonin - Melatonin is a natural hormone produced by the pineal gland in the brain. Also called the ‘sleep hormone’, it helps regulate the body’s biological clock, the sleep-wake cycle. Melatonin levels rise when darkness falls, and dip when daytime approaches. Aging, excessive exposure to phone/TV screens, lack of exercise, wrong diet and stress can upset your body’s ability to produce sufficient melatonin, and hence, upset your ability to fall asleep naturally and normally.