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What Is Melatonin?
Why Take It?
People use melatonin when they have insomnia — trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. They also take it for other sleep problems. This could include something called delayed sleep phase disorder. If you have that, falling asleep before 2 a.m. is tough. So is getting up in the morning.
Folks may also try it if they have jobs that disrupt typical sleep schedules, a condition called sleep work disorder.
It’s used to treat or prevent jet lag, too. That’s the tired, run-down feeling some get when they’re traveling across time zones.
Doctors are also studying to see if melatonin can help with:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)
- High nighttime blood pressure
- Sleep problems in children with autism spectrum disorders
How Well Does It Work?
Everybody reacts differently to medicines and supplements, so melatonin may or may not work for you.
Some studies say it could help with jet lag and some sleep issues like delayed sleep phase disorder, shift work disorder, and some sleep disorders with children.
Other research shows it may let people with insomnia fall asleep slightly faster. It may also help you sleep better through the night, but not necessarily longer.
Still more studies have shown that melatonin doesn’t help sleep problems at all. There’s also not enough research to say it helps with any issues not related to sleep.