Frequently Asked Questions
Should I take the supplement habitually, or only when I am experiencing sleep issues?
The supplement can be taken habitually, but if any side effects occur (such as daytime sleepiness), please discontinue and consult your healthcare practitioner.
Will taking the supplement, particularly the melatonin component, decrease my body’s own production of these sleep-inducing molecules?
Short-term studies show that taking melatonin, does not decrease production of melatonin in our body, despite concerns to the contrary.
What time of day is best to take the supplement?
We recommend taking the supplement 30 minutes before bedtime.
Is the supplement appropriate for children?
Unless prescribed by a medical practitioner, this supplement is not suitable for infants and children.
Are there any side effects of taking your supplement?
The most common side effects may be sleepiness and drowsiness. If this effect does not reduce after several days taking the supplement, please consult your healthcare practitioner.
Are there any people who should not take the supplement?
Unless prescribed by a medical practitioner, women that are pregnant or breastfeeding; or anyone with an autoimmune disease, seizure disorder, or who has depression, should avoid.
Can the supplement be taken with alcohol?
In general, it is not advised to take the supplement with alcohol.