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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

A Tiny Dose of This Can Help Protect Against Cancer, MS, and Depression

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The human body often produces its own natural hormones that are important to your body's overall health. One little hormone that many people know very little about can be responsible for all kinds of adverse health conditions -- if your body is not producing enough. This hormone is called melatonin.

How melatonin works

Melatonin plays an important role in many bodily functions, such as sleeping and moods. The brain sends signals to release melatonin, but when the signals are not received, a lack of melatonin can result in sleeplessness or the ability to stay asleep, as well as depression. According to Dr. Mercola, whose web site provides up-to-date health information and resources, just a tiny dose (0.25 mg or 0.5 mg) of melatonin supplement can help people fall asleep faster and stay asleep, experience less restlessness, and prevent daytime fatigue.

More benefits from melatonin

In addition, Dr. Mercola states that melatonin supplementation can help alleviate eczema symptoms, and is beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disorder caused by vitamin D deficiency. The biggest benefit, according to Dr. Mercola, is melatonin's link to both cancer protection and treatment, particularly patients with lung cancer.

Melatonin slows the development of new tumor growth, which slows the growth of cancer. There is evidence that it is effective in protecting against certain sex hormone-driven cancers, such as ovarian, endometrial, prostate, testicular and breast cancers.

Read more by visiting articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/06/16/health-benefits-melatonin.aspx?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20160616Z3&et_cid=DM108135&et_rid=1531218932

DISCLAIMER: The content or opinions expressed on this web site are not to be interpreted as medical advice. Please consult with your doctor or medical practictioner before utilizing any suggestions on this web site.
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