How Melatonin Helps You Sleep

If you’re having trouble sleeping, melatonin is a popular and easy remedy. It’s effective for many people, doesn’t have any serious safety issues, and is available as pills or gummies for pennies a dose. It’s also misunderstood, though: melatonin is not a traditional sleeping pill.

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If you’re able to get to sleep, but have trouble staying there?  Melatonin is unlikely to help.

Also worth mentioning that, thanks to the regulatory structure around ‘supplements’ – much of the melatonin you buy contains either no melatonin or way, way too much. In fact, even the smallest Over The Counter (OTC) doses are wildly higher than the doses used in clinical tests, so it might actually be kind of good that the odds are good there are no active ingredients in OTC melatonin.

Foods to Reactivate Your Pineal Gland

There’s two articles – the second is a continuation of the first.

As we age the pineal gland begins to calcify and become sluggish. This rate varies considerably by person and lifestyle, but consuming excessive amounts of fluoride is considered to be a risk factor. This is partly because fluoride collects in extremely high amounts in the pineal gland causing faster calcification. Fluoride can also decrease melatonin production, two things we certainly don’t want to happen. Research has shown that this calcification of the pineal gland shows a strong correlation in the developing of Alzheimer’s disease (Mercola 2011). A poor diet laden with preservatives, chemicals, and pesticides are a major risk factor for calcification and premature aging as well.

What can we do to fight the aging process and calcification of the pineal gland? Eating a healthy, preservative/chemical free diet that is rich in healthy fats, should be a no-brainer (pun intended), but what else can we do?

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