Melatonin MZS Sleep Disorder & Reversal of Macular Degeneration - 60 Tablets

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  • Melatonin Zn Se

     

             Offer a natural way of improving sleep by regulating circadian rhythm

             It mimics the action of a natural substance in the body called melatonin

             It regulates the immune system

             Helps in repairing cells of the body

     

    Melatonin Zn Se is a supplement that has ingredients that mimic the action of melatonin allowing a person to feel alert and refreshed. In the body, the circadian rhythm, also referred to as the sleep wake cycle, is regulated by a substance known as melatonin that is produced by the pineal gland at night. However, as age catches up, the amount of melatonin released by the pineal gland reduces thereby resulting in older people having less sleep or low quality of sleep.

     

    Melatonin Zn Se is formulated by Dr Walter Pierpaoli, a melatonin expert, and it offers a natural way of helping the body regulate the circadian rhythm. Melatonin helps protect the hormonal system of an individual. It also helps repair the cells of the body and regulate the immune system.

     

    Shift workers particularly use melatonin to manage jet lag. The substance is also used in age related sleep disorders. Melatonin Zn Se has very effective antioxidant properties often being known to be significantly efficient in neutralizing hydroxyl radicals than other free radical fighters like glutathione and mannitol.


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    April 08, 2016

    One of the best gifts to mankind is sleep; after all the stress, pressure and hard work, you get to fall on your back and forget that the whole world exists. It goes past improving your feelings and removing the black rings under your eyes. Adequate sleep is essential for your overall health because some of the hormones essential to the body are produced only when we sleep; among them is melatonin. This is responsible for controlling the sleep-wake cycle, which is also known as circadian cycle.


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