Why you should NEVER give your kids melatonin

Melatonin is often considered a safe and effective sleep aid, and it's common to give it to children who experience sleep disruptions. But it's important that parents are cautious about this, as kids don't necessarily need MORE melatonin, and it can actually create some unintended consequences.

Join sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus as he explains why you should think twice about giving your kids melatonin, and offers some alternatives for boosting the quantity and quality of your child's sleep.

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0:00 Proceed with caution
0:15 Why you should avoid giving kids melatonin
0:56 Which expert should you speak to?
1:14 What to try INSTEAD of melatonin
1:35 Check your child for a sleep disorder
2:03 The side effects of melatonin
3:00 Should you give your kids melatonin? The final verdict

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5 Comments

  1. I was born with a form of Autism called Asperger’s. And I used to stay up late frequently when I was 7 and 8 years old. Especially when I felt hyperactive. So it makes sense. Thank You Dr Breus.

  2. Some of them have no problem giving their kids a dangerous Covid shot…I’m sure they think this is great.

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