Sleep. We can’t get enough of it. Is there more to getting sufficient sleep than simply managing to ensure you’re in bed at a reasonable hour? Oh yes.
The sleeping hormone melatonin is not just responsible for your circadian rhythm and allowing body and mind to recover. Through the pineal gland, it also controls the human ageing process. But stress, too little daylight and wrong dietary habits can disrupt melatonin production in the human body. The following four tips will help kick-start your melatonin release. Read more: Daily Kate.