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Specialists in Alternative Medicine at Atlanta Southern Environmental Suggest Using Melatonin to Treat Insomnia

Atlanta natural health clinic Southern Environmental Medicine Center notes taking melatonin supplements is effective for treating frequent insomnia. This is a naturally occurring hormone in the body that regulates the sleep cycle.
    ATLANTA, GA, December 02, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta natural health clinic, Southern Environmental Medicine Center, say melatonin is a supplement more people should be paying attention to. Do you lay awake most nights, tossing and turning in hopes that at some point you will drift away to sleep? Do you routinely find yourself waking up in the middle of the night, unable to fall back asleep? If so, join the millions of others just like you that suffer from insomnia. Feelings of restlessness and an inability to get adequate shut-eye are more than just annoying, as many insomnia sufferers tend to have weakened immune systems and are incredibly fatigued during their waking hours.

In a World of Insomniacs, Melatonin is a Sound Solution

Given that most of us lead incredibly busy lives, it is no surprise that approximately 40% of the population suffers from some form of acute or chronic insomnia. The situation is worse for those who work night-shift positions, as this tends to have a profound effect on the body's natural circadian rhythm cycle. Circadian rhythm cycles act as our biological clock; they tell us when we are supposed to be sleep and be awake.

Unfortunately, the clock does not always run the way it should, especially when you consider the wealth of caffeine products that serve to disrupt mental functioning. According to Dr. Susan Tanner, Principle Practitioner of the Atlanta integrative medicine center, "Melatonin is a hormone that is naturally produced in the body which regulates the circadian rhythm cycle, and thankfully, melatonin supplements (typically in the form of a pill) are one of the best ways to stop insomnia in its tracks." The main reason most adults suffer from insomnia, while the condition is rare in children, is that the pineal gland (the gland that releases melatonin) hardens over time, resulting in decreased production of the hormone.

Southern Environmental Medicine Center is a renowned Atlanta natural health clinic. Feel free to learn more about the health services they offer by visiting http://www.susantannermd.com.

About Southern Environmental Medicine Center:

Dr. Susan Tanner and her experienced team provide the best environmental medicine in Atlanta. They use intricate diagnostic testing to find the source of the illness in their patients and provide a personalized plan to help them recover. Their treatments assist patients in healing for the long term and improving the overall quality of their life.

Learn more at http://www.susantannermd.com.


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