Working night shift, and not sleeping.

Working night shift, and not sleeping.

by David Lever
(Hawkes Bay, New Zealand.)

Question

I work night shift every few weeks for a period of 7 nights. I have difficulty trying to get to sleep. When I do sleep, it is very poor and broken. The most I sleep is about 4 hours (if I am lucky). Can I useMelatonin to help improve my sleep, I do take the odd sleeping tablet prescribed by the doctor andhave little effect?

Answer

Yes, you can use melatonin supplements to help your sleeping.


You are suffering from Shift Work Sleep Disorder.


Melatonin will really help you sleep better.


Check my page on melatonin supplements and Melatonin dosage for more information.


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