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    does Melatonin really work?
    whatjustaskme posted:
    Hello i have been reading up on this product i have heard alot of good things about it I dont sleep well when i finally do get to sleep with tylonal pms and working out you would think i would be really dog tired right ? well no im tired but not enough to go to sleep :crying: and i have to go to work and and function correctly :) so do you have suggestions about the meltonin oh and here are 2 brands source natural melatonin peppermint 2.5mg and natrol melatonin time release
    AllMe3 responded:
    I find peppermint to be stimulating and not relaxing.. I would check at the healthfood store for pure melatonin tabs.. sublingual works faster... it doesn't make you sleepy like a sleeping pill or narcotic... it just settles you down enought that when you close your eyes you can drift off... Good Luck

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