Melatonin Retard
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Melatonin Retard

Food supplement in coated tablets with intelligent two-phase release technology, based on melatonin and lavender. The first phase, which has an immediate effect, reduces the time it takes to fall asleep. The second phase, with a delayed effect, provides an innovative complex of melatonin and lavender, which helps relaxation and better sleep.

Method of use

It helps to reduce the time needed to fall asleep and relaxation to maintain a continuous sleep all night long.

Take 1 tablet half an hour before bedtime.

Per 1 tablet: 1.85 mg melatonin, 7 mg lavender essential oil

Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet. Store in a cool, dry place. Keep out of reach and sight of young children. Eladiet recommends a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not take during pregnancy and/or breastfeeding. The beneficial effect is obtained with an intake of 1 mg of melatonin shortly before bedtime.

  • No added sugars. Contains naturally occurring sugars.
  • Gluten free
  • Lactosa free

    Wellness tips

    How can you improve rest in times of spring or autumn asthenia?

    Asthenia refers to a set of symptoms such as tiredness, sadness or apathy, which appear during the process of adapting to the autumn and spring seasons. It’s not especially serious, it’s just a passing state of mind.

    Sleep well
    Try to establish a sleep schedule. Try to go to bed and get up at the same time. It is important that you manage to maintain this habit at weekends. You should sleep for 8 hours and sleep in complete darkness. This stimulates the production of melatonin.
    Do sport
    Daily exercise is an essential pillar for good rest. It generates endorphins, you gain muscle tone and feel much more energetic throughout the day. Walk for a while every day.
    The sun: source of Vit. D
    Autumn asthenia comes after the hours of sunshine have been reduced. So sunbathing for 10 minutes in the morning will load you with vitamin D and boost your serotonin levels.
    There are foods that promote the production of serotonin. One of these is tryptophan, which is a key amino acid obtained from foods such as eggs, dairy products, meats, legumes, dried fruit and nuts, and fruit. Foods rich in iron and Omega 3. In the end, it is all about having a varied diet, avoiding ultra-processed foods and sugars.

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