Q: Who should not use Melatonin?
A: Anyone that is pregnant or lactating; under medical supervision; using any prescription drugs, including tranquilizers or sedatives; has an autoimmune condition or depressive disorder. Melatonin is not intended for use by anyone under the age of 18.
Q: What are the possible side effects I may experience from taking Melatonin?
A: The most common side effects associated with melatonin include headache, stomach discomfort, morning grogginess, daytime “hangover” or feeling of a “heavy head”.
Q: Can I become addicted to Melatonin?
A: Natrol Melatonin is non-habit forming.
Q: What is the maximum amount of Melatonin I can take each day?
A: Experts indicate that short-term use (i.e., 3 months or less) of melatonin in a daily amount of 10 mg does not raise concern of harm for healthy adults. Long term use at this dosage requires recommendation and supervision by a health care professional.†
Q: Is Natrol Melatonin Advanced vegetarian?
A: Yes, Natrol Melatonin is 100% vegetarian.
Q: What does “Time Release” mean?
A: Natrol’s time release tablets are formulated so that it releases slowly over a certain time period.
Q: Why should I use the “Time Release” delivery method?
A: Time release tablets enable your body to have a more consistent release of our formulas and may result in taking fewer tablets.†
Q: Can I cut the Melatonin tablet in half?
A: No, it will ruin the time release action.
Q: If one tablet doesn’t work, can I take two?
A: We do not recommend more than 10 mg. Please consult your doctor.