Hello Everyone: Today, I begin my in-depth discussion of melatonin. If you follow this discussion as it unfolds in installments over the next few months, you will come to realize just how potentially important melatonin supplementation can be. Most people think of melatonin simply as a supplement you can take at night to help you sleep. However, melatonin supplementation may play an important role regarding aging, heart disease, cancer, degenerative neurological diseases (e.g., Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease), autoimmune diseases, depression, anxiety disorder and viral infections (e.g., COVID infection). Clearly, there is a lot to discuss about melatonin, and so, I will be presenting installments information over the course of the rest of this year. Find below, the first part of that […]

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