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The symbiotic relationship between sleep & skin health

The symbiotic relationship between sleep & skin health

🔗 It's more than just looking tired after a bad night of sleep. 🥱 Powered by your circadian rhythm, your skin's repair cycle happens overnight. 🛌 When you miss out on good quality sleep, you also miss out on optimal DNA repair activity in the skin. 🛠 ⁠
Melatonin during pregnancy & breastfeeding

Melatonin during pregnancy & breastfeeding

Studies of melatonin in humans with IUGR and pre-eclampsia are now in their earliest phases. Preliminary studies also suggest that melatonin supplementation may have a beneficial effect on fertilization rates and embryo quality, likely due to a reduction in oxidative damage.
Melatonin & skin aging

Melatonin & skin aging

Your skin works as a complete system, called the melatoni­nergic system, for producing, regulating, and receiving melatonin. But, as you age, both the amount of melatonin as well as the density of melatonin receptors decreases, impairing your skin’s ability to use this precious molecule. Luckily,...