Nature’s Bounty Melatonin
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  • I can recall how horrible that felt and I wish I knew about sleep supplements and calming breathing techniques back then
  • Melatonin is not a sleeping pill and it's not supposed to be addictive, so it's a much safer way to make yourself drowsy and fall asleep faster
  • I used to take 3 mg and usually one capsule was enough, so I thought that a 5 mg pill would be more than enough for me, but it turned out to be the opposite
  • And I know that Melatonin is not a 100% solution, so I didn't jump straight to conclusions
  • But I won't be purchasing it again and I don't recommend it


by Irina Bernetckite

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    How many of us struggle with falling asleep once in a while? Probably about 99% of us do. We all have our stressed, deadlines and all that stuff that just doesn’t let our minds rest. Plus we always mess up our sleep schedule on holidays. In High School I used to do that terrible all-nighter thing to get back on track: after the long holidays I would stay up all night and go to school all tired to fall asleep early the next day. I can recall how horrible that felt and I wish I knew about sleep supplements and calming breathing techniques back then.
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  • Happily, I discovered Melatonin soon after I entered university and that helped me A LOT. Melatonin is not a sleeping pill and it’s not supposed to be addictive, so it’s a much safer way to make yourself drowsy and fall asleep faster. I used to order Now Foods Melatonin in Veggie Capsules from iherb but since I’m in the US now I could go to the store and pick up some melatonin myself. Well, actually, I sent my boyfriend to the store to get it. I beleve he bought it at Walmart for around $6.

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  • This is a 5 mg melatonin softgels. I used to take 3 mg and usually one capsule was enough, so I thought that a 5 mg pill would be more than enough for me, but it turned out to be the opposite. I took 1 pill when I had a hard time falling asleep for no reason and it didn’t work. And I know that Melatonin is not a 100% solution, so I didn’t jump straight to conclusions.

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  • I tried taking it again when I was stressed and it didn’t work either. I took 2 softgels to fall asleep on the plain later and that didn’t work as well. I was meaning to buy some other brand’s melatonin to see if it would work, but one night I couldn’t fall asleep AT ALL. I tried everything and at 4 am I still wasn’t sleeping. So I just made that irrational decision to take 3 softgels and it worked. I know that it’s not a smart thing to do. but I guess that somehow this melatonin is absorbing worse or maybe is lower quality, but it really doesn’t work for me, when I take a recommended serving size, even when I double it.

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  • I don’t think I’ll be taking this supplement anymore, so if you have any suggestions for a melatonin or another sleeping supplement - live those in the comments.

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  • This supplement has good ratings on different pharmaceutical websites, but so do pretty much all the pills on those websites, so it doesn’t look realistic to me.

    Overall, I can’t say that the supplement is good or bad, based just on my opinion. But I won’t be purchasing it again and I don’t recommend it.



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