With the public health spotlight focused on nighttime exposure to blue light, sleep is taking center stage as a health concern, but that attention may also bring awareness of melatonin out of the shadows.
The ingredient, it turns out, has more to offer than a good night’s sleep.
Often referred to as a “sleep hormone,” due to its association with human circadian rhythm and nighttime sleep, melatonin does not
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