Melatonin 600 micro tablets with 0.25 mg melatonin eac
Gently fall asleep with tiny melatonin tablets that allow you to customize your own personal dosage: Micro-portions, of which you can take up to 20 to achieve your desired potency.
Jet lag and sleep patterns
Melatonin is a gentle way to get back to a regular sleep rhythm, it is not addictive like some sleeping pills, because melatonin is also produced by the body itself. It is best to take it every night for three weeks in your chosen dosage. And it's best to take it 20 to 30 minutes before you go to bed.
To prevent jet lag, you can, for example, take 0.5 mg of melatonin on your airplane trip at the time you want to fall asleep after arrival.
Melatonin does not interfere with REM phases, which is often the case with other sleep aids. It is not addictive and is quickly broken down by the body.
You've probably noticed it yourself: when you're really tired, you can even fall asleep sitting up. However, if you overcome this tiredness with distraction and lie down for your nap an hour later, you may not be able to fall asleep after all. What may have happened there in your body is: melatonin was built up because that was your usual nap time, but it is also quickly broken down, after 35 to 50 minutes the melatonin is gone. Nature probably set it up that way because there were often situations in the wilderness of early times when it was better not to fall asleep.
Today, we are often out of rhythm because the alternation of light and darkness is altered by strong light sources.
And, of course, when traveling across several time zones, the inner clock gets confused. There are many tricks that travelers can use to get a handle on this, and the Internet is full of tips.