How many of us use or have tried Melatonin to help promote sleep? I mean on nights when your legs are nice and quiet, but your brain is still awake with plain old insomnia? It is maddening to go to bed, and still be awake when the clock says 3 a.m. And, just to make sure, Melatonin should be taken 2 hrs before you want to be asleep, not take it like a sleeping pill (1/2 hr before bed time) It is natural hormone that our brain makes anyway, and as we get older, we produce less and less. I am now taking it evety night, and it does help me fall asleep faster at the beginning of the night. I don't stay asleep much past 3 or 4 hrs, but that is mre than what I WAS getting. It can;t hurt to ask your doctor about that, as I am not sure if it
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