What melatonin really does to men

So many men are taking this before bed… but should they?

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Matt Cook here, and for decades now, melatonin has been considered a safe, natural sleep aid.

Some people even give melatonin to babies.

But recently, new research shows that melatonin may actually come with some frightening risks…

And there may be more to consider before taking melatonin than previously thought…

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What melatonin really does to men

Many men are taking melatonin — and it may be riskier than many guys think… here’s why…

You know the hormone, serotonin? It’s a very misunderstood molecule.

Most people know it as “the happy hormone,” but research proves it is quite the opposite.

In my newsletters and articles, I’ve outlined a huge amount of evidence indicating that high serotonin causes depression, anxiety, and aggression.

It’s also a major player in obesity, chronic fatigue, and cancer.

While many people try to boost levels of serotonin, I think most people could do with bringing their serotonin levels down.

One of the most common sleep aids, melatonin, can increase brain serotonin.

This can make you feel helpless, depressed, aggressive, and anxious the next day.

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The animal experiments were performed at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain. The results were published in the Journal of Pineal Research.

The researchers look at the effect of 2 different doses of melatonin on serotonin levels in the brains of mice.

They also looked at tryptophan levels – tryptophan is an amino acid found in foods and supplements – it’s a precursor to serotonin.

The research tracked levels of 5-hydroxyin-doleacetic acid, too – this is a breakdown product of serotonin.

“The effects of two doses of melatonin on the levels of tryptophan, serotonin, and 5-hydroxyin-doleacetic acid in several rat brain regions were studied.”

Melatonin didn’t alter tryptophan levels in the brain.

Melatonin rapidly increased serotonin, with increases seen just an hour after dosing melatonin.

“Melatonin at a dosage of 0. 5 mg/kg increased medial hypothalamic serotonin levels at 60 and 90 min after the injection.”

Aside from causing aggression, anxiety, depression, and feelings of helplessness, serotonin is a torpor-inducer.

Hibernating animals show very elevated levels of serotonin before they go into hibernation.

Serotonin makes your metabolism slow down and it makes you feel very sleepy.

Some of the sleep-inducing effects of melatonin may be due to increases in serotonin.

The higher dose of melatonin increased serotonin in multiple parts of the brain.

“1 mg/kg increased serotonin or its metabolite in the preoptic area-anterior hypothalamus, medial and posterior hypothalamus, amygdala, and midbrain.”

The effects of melatonin are dose-dependent and different doses increase serotonin levels differently in different parts of the brain.

“These results suggest a specific regional sensitivity to melatonin as well as a dose-dependent response.”

The researchers repeated the process twice daily for 10 days, and they found no protective rebound effect.

Continuously taking this dose of melatonin continued to increase brain serotonin.

“The stimulatory melatonin effect on the serotonergic system was also observed after a daily treatment with this hormone in both intact or pinealectomized rats.”

The researchers also found an increase in the downstream metabolite of serotonin (5-hydroxyindole-3-acetic acid) in some parts of the brain.

This indicates that the brain is attempting to detoxify elevated serotonin caused by melatonin.

“Melatonin treatment increased the levels of 5-hydroxyindole-3-acetic acid in the preoptic area-anterior hypothalamus and medial hypothalamus region.”

Most people who take melatonin are unaware that it can increase brain serotonin…

…or that increasing brain serotonin can have severely detrimental effects on your mental well-being.

“Melatonin has a selective action on serotonin metabolism in regions that contain serotonergic terminals, especially at medial hypothalamic level.”

Some schools of thought promote melatonin not just as a sleep aid but as an antioxidant – and they believe that higher doses are better.

This is a really bad idea.

But I think if you are to use melatonin at all, it should be at the lowest dose possible. Anything above 3 mg per day is likely to induce some side effects.

Light has a major effect on melatonin production too.

Getting yourself exposed to very bright light, preferably outdoors, early in the day and then minimizing your bright light exposure in the hours before bed can help to optimize your natural melatonin production.

The body knows just how much melatonin to produce without causing problems.

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This is the real happy hormone, especially in the bedroom

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I’ve discovered a natural hormone more powerful than serotonin or even testosterone…

It’s called oxytocin and it’s responsible for that addicting, pleasurable feeling you get when you’re intimate with a woman.

And studies show oxytocin even strengthens rockiness in men:

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So what I’ve done is come up with a few simple bedroom activities that you can do alone or with a partner…

And these activities get your body producing more oxytocin, more and more and more…

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And the more oxytocin, the better!

It’s the true “happiness hormone” that you just want more and more of — and it’s healthy, natural, and GOOD for the body…

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
Effects of single doses and daily melatonin treatments on serotonin metabolism in rat brain regions https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/7536843/