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Supports maintenance of a healthy circadian rhythm. Enhances sleep quality. May be used on occasion to fall asleep faster. With age, we naturally begin to decrease melatonin synthesis, which can occasionally affect maintenance of healthy sleep patterns. Our melatonin levels begin to drop at around age 35-40, gradually declining such that by the time we are in our 70's, our nighttime melatonin levels are often similar to daytime levels. Quick Melt Melatonin provides an exogenous (external) source of melatonin to support the maintenance of sleep patterns that are in sync with both the demands of our daily schedules and the circadian rhythms largely dictated by our biological clock. Because melatonin is naturally produced in response to darkness, individuals confronted with altered sleeping patterns due to shift-work (or other responsibilities that require them to sleep during the day) occasionally have trouble maintaining healthy sleep patterns during daylight hours. Research has shown that melatonin can be an integral part of efforts to enhance quicker adjustment to new sleep schedules—and the maintenance of them—over time. In a clinical study investigating the sleep patterns of 86 shift-work nurses, the subjects were given either melatonin or placebo 30 minutes prior to their intended sleep. The results indicated that participants in the melatonin study group fell asleep an average of 16 minutes sooner. This group also displayed significantly increased sleep quality scores as measured by questionnaires completed immediately upon waking.
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