Researchers have been looking into ways to reduce oxidative stress in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). The sleep hormone melatonin is an antioxidant that can support brain health.
A new study had subjects with MS have their oxidative stress levels assessed and were age-matched with a control group. They were then supplemented with 10mg of melatonin for 30 days.
Results showed that melatonin increased levels of endogenous antioxidants and reduced oxidative stress.
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