"Several human trials suggest that melatonin taken by mouth, started on the day of travel (close to the target bedtime at the destination) and continued for several days, reduces the number of days required to establish a normal sleep pattern, diminishes the time it takes to fall asleep ("sleep latency"), improves alertness, and reduces daytime fatigue.
"Overall, the scientific evidence does suggest benefits of melatonin in up to half of people who take it for jet-lag." ... There is "strong scientific evidence for this use." - U.S. National Institutes of Health
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- 1 bottle of 300 mcg (0.3 mg) melatonin tablets to get you to sleep.
- 1 bottle of 2.0 mg sustained (timed) release melatonin capsules to keep you asleep.
- 1 padded, silken, light-weight sleep mask to create your own personal nighttime.