According to the latest reports, it seems that melatonin has the ability to turn into your worst nightmare if it’s used incorrectly. Check out the latest reports about this below.
Melatonin can become your enemy
It’s been just revealed that for a lot of people these days, especially with such hectic lifestyles falling asleep at night is a challenge, a recent survey from the Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center found.
It’s worth noting the fact that half of the respondents citing stress over world events as the root cause.
According to the latest reports, there is also a separate survey that found that up to two-thirds of people across the country rely on sleep aids to address trouble sleeping.
Accoridng to the same reports, that includes melatonin -just in case you are not familiar with it, this is a hormone produced by the body when the sun goes down as part of that sleep-wake cycle.
Melatonin can cause nightmares as well
Melatonin seems to be effective at helping people who take it fall asleep. It’s also been revealed that this supplement may also cause nightmares and potentially disrupt the body’s natural clock when used inappropriately, experts told UPI.
“We are seeing more cases of sleep problems and insomnia since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, and many of these patients are turning to melatonin to help.” This is what sleep expert Brant P. Hasler told UPI in a phone interview.
“Generally, melatonin is safe, but it needs to be used appropriately, and I’m not sure that’s happening across the board,” said Hasler.
No wonder people can’t sleep these days following a few years of living nightmares caused by the pandemic of coronavirus.
Speaking of the matter, recently we revealed that during a meeting on the European Union’s COVID-19 response, Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, admitted that its vaccine had never been tested before its release to the general public on its ability to prevent the transmission of COVID when asked by Dutch politician and a current Member of the European Parliament (MEP) Robert “Rob” Roos.