Melatonin - Protects Your Health and Can Save Your Life

Posted by Ed 12 mths ago,c_limit,f_webp,q_auto:good,fl_progressive:steep/ 
This is a long-form guest article written by one of my highly productive penpals during the pandemic, M. Langen. He is a great researcher of good will, though as per liability protection, know that he is not licensed to give health advice (as per all such stupid disclaimers). So, while this article has over 200 citations, it is up to you as to how to view the information (which is always a good thing). Personally, I am thankful for his writing and sharing. As M is not a native speaker, he appreciates constructive critique of his writing in English.
“While circulatory melatonin may be the “Hormone of Darkness”, subcellular melatonin may be the “Hormone of Daylight”. - Scott Zimmerman and Russel Reiter (23)
This article should be considered an urgent public health alert.

Calling melatonin “sleep hormone” is just as wrong as calling vitamin D “bone vitamin”. Even though melatonin actually supports sleep and many studies have shown that it can be used as a safe method to improve efficacy, duration and quality of sleep (1)(2), it is so much more than only a sleep aid. Melatonin is a key regulator of health with an almost infinite number of functions. It is one of the strongest antioxidants.
It has, for example, strong immunomodulatory, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, anticancer, antihypertensive, anticoagulant, lipid-lowering, antidiabetic, anti-anxiety, anti-fatigue, antiviral, antibacterial, antiparasitic, anti-epileptic, neuro-protective, athero-protective, cardio-protective, liver-protective, ocular-protective, bone-protective, lung-protective, intestinal-protective and pain-relieving effects.

Thousands of studies demonstrate the strong health-promoting effects of melatonin. I invite you to read this article which summarizes the most important and most recent results of melatonin research and provides an overview of diseases and conditions that may be prevented or treated by this hormone. Most of the presented results are so new and/or still so widely unknown among the public that you will be one of the first people to learn about them. They are highly fascinating and the available data makes clear that millions of annual deaths from various causes could be prevented by melatonin. 

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