Travellers and night shift workers should save their money and look elsewhere for help to fall asleep.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released information today about research on melatonin supplements. The research was conducted at the University of Alberta for the U.S. National Center for Complementary and Alternative medicine. U of A researchers did a comprehensive review of all studies on the use of melatonin supplements to treat sleep disorders. Some of the highlights of their findings include:
The lead investigator of this study, Dr. Terry Klassen, chair of the U of A Department of Pediatrics, can be reached through Nikki Booth, who is at 780-407-8545. Nikki can also provide more information about the study.
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