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- The general properties of Melatonin:
The primary physiological function of melatonin, whose secretion adjusts to night length, is to convey information concerning the daily cycle of light and darkness to body structures. Melatonin is involved in numerous biological functions including circadian rhythm, sleep, the stress response, aging, and immunity. Besides regulating the circadian rhythm it works as a natural antioxidant with immune stimulatory and anti-cancer properties.
- ZISAPEL, Nava. New Perspectives on the Role of Melatonin in Human Sleep, Circadian Rhythms and Their Regulation. British journal of pharmacology, 2018, 175.16: 3190-3199. PMID:29318587