Melatonin is a hormone that your body naturally produces to regulate your sleep cycles.
Many factors can contribute to inconsistent sleep cycles including diet and exercise. However, scientists are increasingly concerned about the concentration of blue light that many of us experience every night before bed from our smartphones, tablets and televisions.
It’s not uncommon to come home after a long day and indulge in your favorite television program or review the latest posts from your favorite social media platform before bed. Scientists are now cautioning against using light-emitting devices before bed because of the light from our devices is “short-wavelength-enriched”. This means it has a higher concentration of blue light than natural light, which has been shown to affect melatonin production more than any other wavelength. Melatonin supplementation can assist in boosting melatonin levels to ensure your sleep cycles are regular.
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