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Does Melatonin Cause Weight Gain?
- May 24, 2021 -

The answer is No.

In fact, melatonin is a natural health hormone that is very beneficial to health in plants, animals, and the human body. It is responsible for managing the body's sleep pattern and enhancing metabolism. Sufficient and high-quality sleep and a regular schedule can maintain a healthy weight and can help reduce serious health risks, like type 2 diabetes and other metabolic disorders. New research shows that melatonin may promote weight loss by increasing the presence of hormones in the body, a type of fat that actually helps burn energy, which sounds surprising. At least it is certain that taking melatonin will not cause weight gain.

Does Melatonin Cause Weight Gain

Correspondingly, according to the British "Metro International" report, Spanish scientists have found that during sleep, the light emitted by electronic products such as mobile phones, tablets, TVs, and laptops affects the secretion of melatonin, which may cause users to gain weight. When you sleep, bright-screen electronic products will affect the secretion of this hormone and reduce its endocrine volume, which leads to a decline in the metabolism of organisms that are deficient in melatonin, which in turn leads to weight gain.

So we convinced that taking melatonin powder will not cause weight gain while playing with electronic devices at night will.

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