Solimo Melatonin Reviews

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Solimo Melatonin ReviewSolimo Melatonin is a natural sleep aid made and sold by Amazon’s own supplement brand. In this case, the product is sold in the form of gummies that can be chewed instead of having to be swallowed whole.

Many people struggle with swallowing capsules and tablets. Gummies can make taking supplements more pleasant for those individuals – not to mention fun. The product is sold in bottles of 120 gummies. This represents a 60 day supply as the directions recommend that two gummies be chewed per day.

These gummies are vegan-friendly as they are not made with gelatin. They are made with plant-based ingredients instead. They come in strawberry flavored gummies. That said, there are other products from this brand that come in tablet form as well as in quick dissolve cherry flavored.

The Solimo Melatonin gummies are gluten free, dairy free, wheat free, soy free and dairy free. The directions recommend that users chew two gummies each day or as needed. The gummies should be chewed a half hour before bedtime for best results.

At the time this review was written, the Solimo Melatonin ingredients were: Melatonin, Tapioca Syrup, Sugar, Pectin, Citric Acid, Sodium Citrate, Natural Flavors, Color Added (Black Carrot Juice Concentrate), Sunflower Oil, Carnauba Wax. Only the melatonin is an active ingredient within this product. It contains 5 mg of melatonin. The rest of the ingredients make up the gummy and its flavor.

Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone in the human body. It is believed to play an integral role in the sleeping and waking cycle. This hormone is produced in the evening when the body prepares to go to sleep at night. The body stops producing this hormone as the morning approaches and it comes time for the individual to wake.

That said, many people who don’t have regular sleep and waking schedules or who spend a lot of time under bright lights or in front of screens have melatonin imbalances. One of the primary triggers of melatonin production is low light or darkness. The body registers this as “nighttime” and prepares for sleep. Therefore, if the individual remains in bright lights such as in front of device screens, it can inhibit melatonin production.

Many studies suggest that replacing those melatonin levels may help the individual to return to a healthy sleep cycle – known as circadian rhythms. In this way, it can support the return of regular melatonin production cycles for improved sleep.

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