Are there any effect on children taking Melatonin for long periods of time?
- 13 Nov 2012 by mkglenn
- melatonin, period
13 Nov 2012
Hello mkglenn. There are no studies done on your question. The older the child, the better tolerant to the Melatonin. Regards pledge
13 Nov 2012
Like pledge says there are no studies on it. However since melatonin is a natural chemical in your body, I doubt it.
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