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Melatonin Levels Linked to Lower Diabetes Risk

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Bottle of melatonin bottles spilling out.
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Melatonin hormone chemical breakdown.
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What is melatonin?


Woman using melatonin to sleep well.
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The role of melatonin


Doctor promoting melatonin supplements.
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Melatonin and hormones


Resetting the pineal clock.
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Resetting the pineal clock


Diabetic woman checking her blood sugar levels.
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Melatonin and type 2 diabetes


Diabetic woman giving herself an insulin injection.
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Melatonin and the risk of type 2 diabetes


Blood test to measure melatonin levels.
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Measuring your melatonin levels


Woman using a melatonin supplement to fall asleep.
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Supplementing with melatonin


Man waking up with a headache as a side effect of melatonin.
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Melatonin’s side effects


Man holding melatonin pills.
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The safety of melatonin


Mary Shomon

Mary Shomon

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Mary Shomon is a patient advocate and New York Times bestselling author who empowers readers with information on thyroid and autoimmune disease, diabetes, weight loss and hormonal health from an integrative perspective. Mary has been a leading force advocating for more effective, patient-centered hormonal healthcare. Mary also co-stars in PBS’ Healthy Hormones TV series.

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