Meloset 3mg (Melatonin) helps to regulate the bodyÍs internal clock and thus plays a big role in restoring sleep-wake cycles. It is used therefore to treat delayed sleep phase syndrome or DSPS, low blood platelets, and jet lag. It is used in children under strict medical supervision only to treat certain developmental disorders. It is very effective for insomnia that comes with ADHD. It is sometimes even used to treat AlzheimerÍs disease, for menopause and birth control. It helps to boost the immune system and prevent cancer. It helps with withdrawal symptoms associated with smoking. Other uses are to treat infertility and to improve athletic performance. It is also very effective in treating cluster headaches.
Dosage and Administration
Meloset 3mg (Melatonin) is taken before bedtime as per the directions of a doctor. It is usually taken after food with a glass of water. Again the tablet should be swallowed whole without crushing or splitting.
The most common side effects associated with Meloset 3mg are:
- Temporary depression
- Stomach cramps
- Change in sleep pattern
- Blurred vision
Less common side effects you may experience include:
- Severe allergic reaction
- Fast heartbeat
Meloset 3mg (Melatonin) should not be used by pregnant women or lactating mothers. High doses may make conception difficult. It may also affect the development of adolescents. It should not be taken by anyone allergic to any components of this medication. It should be avoided by persons with kidney problems. Since it causes drowsiness, it should not be taken if you are in a high risk job like driving or operating heavy machinery. Alcohol consumption should also be avoided with this drug. People with compromised immunity should avoid this medication.
Before taking Meloset 3mg, you should advise your doctor if you have:
- Low or high blood pressure
- Clotting disorder
- Epilepsy or a seizure disorder
- Are on transplant rejection medication.
Drug Interactions withæMelatonin
Nifedipine is known to react with melatonin. It increases the calming effects of Ambien, Klonopin, and Prozac. No other major interactions have really been reported so far.