Melatonin affects many body functions beyond sleep by interacting with specific receptors in various tissues.
Melatonin in the skin helps protect against damage from stress and UV rays, and could be used to treat certain skin conditions.
Melatonin helps hair growth in women with hair loss.
Melatonin improved mental health and metabolism in women with PCOS.
Melatonin, usually known for sleep regulation, also has antioxidant properties that can protect skin, stimulate hair growth, and improve skin conditions, with topical application being more effective than oral use.
Melatonin may help treat PCOS symptoms in rats.
Melatonin solution helps treat hair loss in men and women.
Melatonin, a hormone, can help protect skin from aging by reducing stress, inflammation, and damage, and may also help treat hair loss in women.
Melatonin helps goat hair stem cells grow and maintain their ability to become different cell types.
Melatonin given to pregnant rabbits improved their babies' fur quality.
Melatonin improved cashmere production in goats during the first cycle but had no lasting effects on the next cycle.
Melatonin increases cashmere quality in goats but reduces their milk production and doesn't affect their offspring's hair growth.
Melatonin may protect ear cells from damage caused by nicotine.
Melatonin-loaded microemulsion could be a promising treatment for hair loss.
Melatonin receptors, found in many body parts, can help treat various diseases like depression and diabetes due to their effects on inflammation, tumor progression, sleep disorders, and body mass regulation.