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Jamieson Melatonin 3mg Fast Dissolving Tablets 100ct - $4.64 w/ S&S

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[Amazon.ca] Jamieson Melatonin 3mg Fast Dissolving Tablets 100ct - $4.64 w/ S&S

Jamieson Melatonin 3 mg Fast Dissolving Tablets 100ct - $4.64 with S&S
https://www.amazon.ca/Jamieson-Melatoni ... B00HHYHEFQ

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Jun 30, 2019
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3mg is the perfect dose for resetting sleep cycle. I usually use like 1-2 per month if I don't sleep well and feel tired.
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Was hoping to the time-release ones, but whatever, they are good to have around.
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Is anyone having trouble adding the 3mg melatonin to S&S?

Should be simple. You click 'Set up now' and it takes you to the order subscription page to create a subscription. However trying to do that results in it adding it to my cart as a regular item, so I can't order it as a S&S item.
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Thanks. Ordered the 1 mg. (I can finally throw out the 5mg ones from Costco that I've been snapping in half that expired 2 years ago.)
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No need to type thank you; upvote=thanks.
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https://news.mit.edu/2001/melatonin-1017

"According to our research, the physiological dose of melatonin of about 0.3 milligrams restores sleep in adults over the age of 50," said Wurtman, lead investigator in the study. "The adults who would normally wake up during the second and third thirds of the night were able to sleep through the night with the 0.3 milligram dosage."

The researchers also discovered that the typical health food store dosage of melatonin, which is about three milligrams (or 10 times the dosage in the study), is less effective in treating insomnia. In addition, the higher dosage can cause potentially serious side effects, including hypothermia (low body temperature).
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errational wrote: https://news.mit.edu/2001/melatonin-1017

"According to our research, the physiological dose of melatonin of about 0.3 milligrams restores sleep in adults over the age of 50," said Wurtman, lead investigator in the study. "The adults who would normally wake up during the second and third thirds of the night were able to sleep through the night with the 0.3 milligram dosage."

The researchers also discovered that the typical health food store dosage of melatonin, which is about three milligrams (or 10 times the dosage in the study), is less effective in treating insomnia. In addition, the higher dosage can cause potentially serious side effects, including hypothermia (low body temperature).
Your study is a bit dated.

Much recent studies shows that up to 10mg a day is safe, even in children. Ideal quantity is about 2-8. More recent studies however usually go with 5mg, even in children.

In fact a 75kg adult could most likely take 60000mg a day without any toxic effect (In experimental animal studies, exogenously administered melatonin has been given in doses up to 800 mg/kg without any acute toxic effects [8]. Interestingly, a lethal dose (LD)50 could not be estimated due to the upper limit of solubility of the drug [8]. Also, very large doses up to 200 mg/kg/day were administered to rats during gestation (day 6–19), reporting no increased prenatal mortality of offspring, changes in fetal weight, or alterations in the rate of embryological malformations [9].)

More and more studies are also looking for potential positive effect for cardiovascular disease and cancer.

Finally slow release melatonin might be more efficient.

https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/full/10. ... .2018.0020

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 9918309373

https://link.springer.com/article/10.10 ... 015-0368-5

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 6717316726

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10 ... 8416660622

https://www.mdpi.com/1422-0067/18/4/843/htm
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I would buy 2 kinds of Melatonin

Fast release for when you put in a late night, forgot to pop a pill earlier in the night and it's already 1am while you're not tired.

The other is the slow release when your getting ready to fall asleep at around your regular sleep time.

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