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What Prevents Melatonin Production?

Do you ever find yourself having a hard time falling asleep, even though you woke up early and worked all day? This could be caused by a decrease in melatonin production. But what’s the cause of this issue that prevents us from resting? Well, considering that we live in a world full of technology and digital screens, it may be safe to say that the amount of lights our eyes are exposed to can play a major role in whether or not we can catch some Z’s at the end of the day. 


One study shows that an extended period of time surrounded by indoor light before bed can hinder your ability to sleep, as well as the quality of sleep. This is because light exposure suppresses the production of the sleep hormone, melatonin, which negatively impacts other regulatory systems within the body including but not limited to temperature control, blood pressure, and glucose levels (1). It’s important to keep in mind that if the body isn’t in a healthy state to maintain all of these areas of our internal health, we can be at more serious risks in the future. This means that in order to obtain healthy sleep patterns, you need to make sure that you’re capable of producing the proper amount of melatonin each night. Or, at least avoid any environmental factors that could be decreasing natural levels of melatonin production. 


If your inability to sleep continues, and you’ve taken other factors into consideration such as your age, diet, your environment, you may be experiencing symptoms of a more serious case of insomnia, or, another type of sleep disorder. If you suspect that this is the case with you, we always recommend speaking to your doctor or sleep specialist. 



Supplements might be your best friend! 

The sole purpose of incorporating supplements into your daily routine is to make up for where your body might be lacking hormones, vitamins, and minerals. So if you find it difficult to fall asleep quickly, you might just need a melatonin supplement! 


Fortunately, one of KalaVita’s best-selling supplements is not only a melatonin gummy, but it’s a supplement that has a delicious flavor and zero grams of sugar. Nite Nite is specially formulated to provide the body with just enough melatonin to let you drift to sleep, without waking up feeling tired and sluggish. So many other melatonin products on the market contain sugar, despite this unhealthy ingredient being known to keep you awake. Plus, Nite Nite contains other helpful ingredients such as chamomile and valerian root extract that allow the body to relax. Combining all of these ingredients makes this Jasmine Tea flavored gummy supplement a powerful blend to give you the time to recharge!


Grab your next bottle now, and save some cash when you subscribe! Better sleep is just a few clicks away. 


Sources:

  1. https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/news/20110119/light-exposure-may-cut-production-of-melatonin