Have you ever wondered why you tend to fall asleep as the clock strikes 9-12 at night? Or why you face difficulty sleeping in daylight? The answer is Melatonin!
In layman’s words, Melatonin is nothing but a hormone. It helps induce and maintain regular sleep habits. The hormone is produced from the pineal gland, situated above brain’s cerebellum. Production of this hormone starts when it is evening. The secretion increases with the progress of night. With sunrise, its level decreases.