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Melatonin Mysteries: 7 Essential Facts You Should Know About Melatonin

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Fact 5: Melatonin affects cortisol levels

Melatonin not only regulates sleep but also affects other hormones, such as cortisol. Cortisol is a hormone responsible for the body’s stress response. When melatonin levels rise in the evening, cortisol levels naturally decrease, promoting relaxation and sleep. Disruptions in melatonin production can lead to imbalances in cortisol levels, potentially affecting sleep quality and overall well-being.

Fact 6: Melatonin regulates periods

Melatonin is involved in regulating the menstrual cycle in females. It helps synchronize and regulate the timing of menstrual periods. Women with irregular periods or certain menstrual disorders may benefit from melatonin supplementation or optimizing their natural melatonin production to support a more regular menstrual cycle.

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