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Natrol Melatonin Time Release -- 5 mg - 100 Tablets

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Natrol Melatonin Time Release Description

  • Fall Asleep Faster
  • Stay Asleep Longer
  • 100% Drug Free
  • Time Release
  • Vegetarian
  • Extra Strength

Natrol® Melatonin 5 mg Time Release:

• 2-Layer Tablet-outer layer releases Melatonin quickly to help you fall asleep faster, followed by the controlled release of an inner layer to help you sleep through the night

• Contains Vitamin B-6 to support the body's natural production of Melatonin

• Helps establish normal sleep patterns

• 100% Drug Free and non-habit forming


Melatonin is a nighttime sleep aid for occasional sleeplessness


Take 1 tablet 20 minutes before bedtime.
Free Of
Milk, egg, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, yeast, artificial colors or flavors, added sugar or preservatives.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Tablet
Servings per Container: 100
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Vitamin B6 (as Pyridoxine Hydrochloride)10 mg590%
Melatonin5 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Microcrystalline cellulose, dicalcium phosphate, methylcellulose, magnesium stearate, stearic acid, hypromellose, silicon dioxide, glycerin.

You may experience some residual drowsiness. If you are under medical supervision or using any tranquilizers or sedatives, seek the advice of your healthcare professional prior to using. consult your healthcare professional prior to use if you have an autoimmune condition, depressive disorder or are pregnant or lactating. Not for use by children under 12 years of age. Do not take when operating machinery or driving a vehicle.

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4 Sleep Tips for Fitness Fanatics

The grueling training we put our bodies through for marathons, triathlons or challenge courses cannot be complete without one major component: sleep. While exercise focuses on active physical tasks, proper recovery is highly dependent on getting appropriate rest. Whether you’re a professional athlete, a weekend warrior or just getting started with a routine, these sleep tips will help you achieve the fitness results you seek.

Fitness-Minded Woman Following Sleep Tips in Bed Wearing Sneakers |

The stages of sleep

There are four stages experienced during a night of sleep. They all contribute to overall rest, and how you wake up the next day. If one of the stages is interrupted, there’s greater chance that not only will you get less sleep, but your sleep will lack the quality your body needs.

Stage 1 – This stage involves light sleep. It occurs at the very beginning of the night when you’re just drifting in and out. You most likely can still hear your TV and noises around you, and you’re very easily awakened.

Stage 2 – The second stage is known as the general onset of sleep. At this point, your muscles are starting to relax, your heart rate slows to a resting beat and your breathing rate slows down. It’s common for your body temperature to start dropping as well, allowing you to drift off into a deeper state of sleep.

Stage 3 – Restorative sleep starts at the third stage. Your blood pressure slowly decreases (from your heart rate slowing), but blood flow to the muscles widens and increases as your circulatory system enters the repair and recovery stage. You may have heard that sleep is the time in which we grow and recover—this happens in this stage! Your body releases growth hormones and repairs muscles, bones and internal systems that may be damaged or injured.

Stage 4 – The last and final stage of sleep is REM sleep. This is the optimal time for your body to recover as your nervous system gets to recharge while you’re in the deepest stage of the sleep cycle. New memories and information also get processed and stored during this stage, and energy is replenished.       

Waking up in the middle of the night usually resets this whole cycle which also makes it very difficult to reach REM sleep every night for many adults. Common factors such as room temperature, noises around you and even your overall comfort in bed can impact you reaching the final stage of sleep.

Tips to achieve better sleep

To best support your body’s natural recovery process, incorporate these sleep techniques into your daily slumber routine:

1. Get the right amount of Zzzzs

The full time for a sleep cycle for many adults is 8 to 10 hours, which is also the recommended duration nightly.

2. Chill out

Sixty five degrees is the recommended temperature to ensure deep sleep. Temperature is affected by your circadian rhythm—when night begins, your body temperature falls. If your bedroom is too warm and you can't lose body heat, you will not be able to sleep well.

3. Block out sounds

The brain still registers and processes sounds when you’re sleeping, so any abrupt or loud noises can cause you to wake up, move and experience a change in heart rate or blood pressure that you may not even be aware of in the morning.

4. Keep it cozy

Being comfortable while you’re sleeping is one of the most important ways to get a great night of rest. This is why making sure you have supportive bedding ensures that you fall asleep and stay asleep through the night. A mattress made from latex foam is not only the ultimate in comfort, but it also helps to make sure you stay cool.

While sleeping preferences change from person to person, it’s important to find what works for you to wake up and perform your best. Whether your day is spent in the office, or on the courts, starting your day refreshed with your mind clear and body recovered will set the tone for a winning day!

Tips courtesy of Casper, a sleep startup company that launched in 2014 with one perfect mattress sold directly to consumers — eliminating commission driven, inflated prices. The award­-winning sleep surface has a sleek design and is delivered in a small, “how did they do that?” sized box. It unites proprietary CertiPUR certified memory and latex foams, sleeps cool and promotes ideal anatomic support. They're proudly manufactured and hand stitched in America.

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