Tag: melatonin

The Cold Weather Nutrient Support You Need – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 267

The Cold Weather Nutrient Support You Need – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 267

What is it about cold weather that makes us more susceptible to coming down with the common cold? Let’s ensure your immune system is ready to fend off anything that can cause damage, especially during the winter.    

Specific Foods and Nutrients That Promote Healthy Sleep – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 265

Specific Foods and Nutrients That Promote Healthy Sleep – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 265

One of the most underestimated factors in our overall wellness is sleep. But foods and nutrients can really support a restful night of sleep?

Why Melatonin Is Important During COVID-19 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 209

Why Melatonin Is Important During COVID-19 – InVite Health Podcast, Episode 209

Is it important to use Melatonin during the COVID-19 infection? The indication is yes. It is really important for the immune system.

Melatonin Supports Immunity, Sleep & Beyond – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 87

Melatonin Supports Immunity, Sleep & Beyond – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 87

Did you know that your immune system can manufacture and release Melatonin? This demonstrates the importance of Melatonin, like Vitamin D, to our immune system. Here’s what you need to know.

How Insomnia Impacts Your Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 56

How Insomnia Impacts Your Overall Health – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 56

Anyone can have a bad nights sleep, but when it is persistent and beyond your control it is called insomnia, which can damage your health and sometimes shorten your life. Chief Scientific Director and Pharmacist, Jerry Hickey, Ph., brings you information on natural remedies for insomnia.

Sleep Better, Faster & Longer – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 37

Sleep Better, Faster & Longer – Invite Health Podcast, Episode 37

Did you know that 35% of Americans do not get adequate sleep? This has been shown to have a direct link to conditions like diabetes, heart disease, and high blood pressure. Here’s what you need to know.