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Melatonin is a hormone made by the pineal gland. This is a very small gland found in the brain. Melatonin can help control your sleeping patterns and wake cycles. It can help with sleeping problems (insomnia) and jet lag along with other conditions not mentioned here.
Our bodies have internal clocks that controls our sleep cycles including when we wake up. The body clock will control the amount of melatonin our body produces. In most people the melatonin levels rise around 10am to 9pm and remain high for most of the night, and reduce in the early morning.

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How does Melatonin work?

Melatonin medication helps people sleep by fixing problems in cycles.

How do I take Melatonin?

When taking the medication Melatonin, the timing is very important. It all depends on your sleep pattern as taking Melatonin at the wrong time may not help you and throw your body clock out of whack! Melatonin comes in tablets & capsules and taken with or without food or as directed by your doctor.

Side effects

All medicine has side effects associated with taking them however not everyone will suffer from them. Keep in mind that the benefits of taking medication to prevent a serious condition are more important than some minor side effects. Most side effects usually only last 1-2 weeks when taking a new medication.

  • Sleepiness
  • Vivid dreams
  • Nausea
  • Stomach upset
  • Sweating

All medication will come with side effect information from the manufactures. It is also best you talk to your doctor if you have any concerns as they maybe able to change the dose or medication.

How do I buy Melatonin online?

To obtain a valid prescription you will need to complete an online consultation to purchase Melatonin. This is a free and short consultation from the privacy of your home. This replaces the face-to-face consult you would normally have with a doctor. Once you have been approved, Melatonin will be sent out to you as soon as possible.

10 reviews for Melatonin

  1. Mike12123

    Was prescribed melatonin by my doctor about 2 months ago. Due to anxiety, and tinnitus I hadn’t been sleeping until around 6-7am or not at all. Having university the next day was a big pain, when I had no sleep and had to be able to focus for the rest of the day. I had been on many different medications before for both anxiety and insomnia, some of which worked but all had bad side effects. Melatonin works extremely well for me, with no noticeable side effects. I take 2 mg two hours before bed, and it works well. I normally get a good 7-9 hours sleep when I take melatonin and don’t feel drowsy the next day. Reviewed January 25, 2017

  2. Cistus James B

    For insomnia I think it helps, 1mg to 3mg depending on each one’s body. But if you don’t get to sleep properly, maybe anxiety is the cause. In my case and from my life experience, I do some tricks to beat both anxiety and insomnia: 1.5mg melatonin 30min before bed time; Spend those 30min reading a book (out of the bedroom) with just 5w blue-light; Take 75mg Trazodone when already in bed, just before program my alarm-clock, lights out; Always get up before 9am (no matter what); Exercise outdoors 40min (before lunch time ); Have 2 hobbys: listen to music (without headphones) and study collective sports; Dinner time before 8:30pm; And psychotherapy 2 times a month, forever. SO: melatonin is a part of a whole. Reviewed February 25, 2017

  3. Cgbrn

    It actually really works great for me. I go to sleep and stay asleep taking 3mg at bedtime. I am using the kind that dissolves on your tongue. My tongue is feeling kind of burned. Anyone else having that problem?? Reviewed March 10, 2017

  4. Anonymous

    I’ve had problems with sleep for around 7-8 years, and I started taking this 4-5 years ago. It has worked absolute wonders! I take 2-3 pumps or 6-10 drops (depending on what I have) and go to lay in bed. I usually lay in bed for a while either reading or doing something else, and at around 10-11 I go “properly” to bed. I easily fall asleep, and I’m able to wake up in the morning, without feeling incredibly grumpy and such. Normally if I don’t have school and such I wake up (naturally, not by an alarm) at around 7-9, completely and well rested, and all the other times I get up at 6.30, also well rested and ready for a new day. Reviewed April 12, 2017

  5. KrystalR

    I am over 50 and I no longer get the amount of sleep that I used to.Went from 8 hours to now I’m lucky if I get 5 hours and it’s interrupted sleep. I tried prescription sleeping pills once, but they had nasty side affects Melatonin really helps. If you take too high a dose( larger than 3mg) you will wake up with a headache I break a 3mg pill in half and take it. Reviewed April 12, 2017


    I really like my melatonin. It makes me sleep a lot better on its own. Even with just one pill , it helps make me a bit drowsy and I feel like I can get to sleep a bit more quickly. This one really doesn’t carry over into the next day as much as some of my other ones for sleep. The only thing is , it’s really not as strong as I need. I have really intense insomnia. It does work though and the difference is noticeable. It tends to also melt pretty quickly but it’s pretty flavorless , so , it’s not that bad. I think for just someone who has occasional , minor insomnia , It’s something that would work out. Reviewed September 13, 2017

  7. grandpawgrizzly

    Insomnia started years ago due to ageing. Tried several sleep aids then settled on just 1/2mg Melatonin nightly. Gives me 6-8 hrs sleep including REM. Often remember dreams; like watched or created 3-4 different movies in my mind i.e. REM every 2hrs. Would give Melatonin a 10 except every 2 wks or so it stops working. Tried increasing dosage at that point but even going up to just 1mg gives me neurological twitches. For me, a retiree, what works is 2 wks 1/2mg alternating with 2 wks of zero sleep aids, tolerating sleeplessness. Beware of doctors who offer to replace Melatonin with things that will fry your brains while sparing your heart. Melatonin does not directly induce sleep; it can nudge your body’s natural melatonin production. Reviewed September 13, 2017

  8. Anonymous

    Melatonin is decent to help me feel a bit drowsy and fall asleep, but it’s pretty weak at keeping me asleep. It sometimes feels like I rebound from the melatonin an hour after I fall asleep. Some nights it has no effect at all. It doesn’t compare to Ambien, but it is far less expensive. Reviewed December 26, 2017

  9. Anonymous

    Mild headache, mild dizziness. Took 30 minutes before bedtime. Don’t think I’ll take again if I can feel negative effects. Reviewed April 25, 2018

  10. PHL

    I have delayed sleep phase syndrome. I basically hate this condition, I am simply unable to start sleeping before 4 am no matter how tired I am and how early I go into bed. Research indicates this is a genetic, irreversible condition. Before entering medication I tried every possible trick to fall asleep in normal time, nothing ever worked. This was before I started taking 1 mg melatonin less than 1 month ago. It worked wonders since day one. I go to bed 3 hours after taking it, in a darkened room, and fall asleep in less than 30 min. I wake up the following day in normal time without any grogginess. It is true that it gives crazy, vivid dreams though. This might be too much for most people. Not in my case, I got used after a while, and I really don´t mind given the overall benefit. Just keep in mind this is not a drug to make you sleep. That is why it does not work in most insomnia cases. This is a drug to regulate your sleep-wake cycle, simple as that. Reviewed June 30, 2018

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