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Melatonin is a dietary supplement taken to relieve mild insomnia or sleeplessness. This drug-free, natural remedy is believed to promote more restful sleep and boost overall health. Walgreens carries melatonin supplements from brands like Nature Made and Natrol.

Natural sleep aids

People typically take sleep aids to help them fall asleep and get better rest at night. Melatonin is a popular dietary supplement that has the advantage of being entirely natural, so people who don't want to take medication for their sleep problems often use melatonin instead. Melatonin sometimes comes combined with other nutrients that may help improve sleep patterns. Popular nutrients to include with melatonin include vitamin B6 and L-theanine. carries a wide range of melatonin supplements, including capsules and tablets with 3, 5, and 10 milligrams of the active ingredient. Time-released melatonin provides a long-lasting dose spread out throughout the night, so you can rest assured that the effects won't dissipate while you are trying to sleep.

Getting better quality sleep

In addition to melatonin, there are plenty of other products you can find at to help improve your sleep. Some other dietary supplements, such as valerian root, may also help promote restful sleep. Herbal teas containing sleep-inducing ingredients are also available. Using a specially designed sleep pillow to keep your head and neck comfortable can also help ease sleepless nights, and ear plugs can block out distractions that prevent you from falling or staying asleep. If natural remedies don't work, over-the-counter medications to promote sleep and relieve insomnia can be used.