Neo Peques Gummies Melatonin 30 Gummies

7,83 €

Gummies for kids that help them rest better

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Description

Food supplement for children. It helps naturally to rest continuously and calmly. This Neo Peques product comes in oval chewable tablets with an attractive blackberry flavour: the little ones love to take them! These gummies are dairy-free and gluten-free. They do contain sugar, so they are not suitable for diabetics. As they are made with melatonin and vitamin B6, their effect is relaxing and promotes restful sleep. They contribute to make the moment of rest more pleasant and fun. Taking the appropriate dose becomes a routine that invites to rest. In addition, it favours the conciliation of daily sleep and, thanks to this, children wake up more active, serene and relaxed. By resting better, the body's defences can also be strengthened.

Instructions for use

• Check the dietary supplement’s instructions.
• Review the product’s warnings before use.
• Do not administer to children without a paediatrician’s supervision.

Composition

Glucose syrup, sugar, water, gelling agent (pectin), maltodextrin, acidifier (citric acid), flavouring (blackberry flavour), acidity regulator (sodium citrate), natural colouring (spirulina), coating (coconut oil and carnauba wax), melatonin and pyridoxine HCl.

Pharmaceutical Advice

Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland. It helps your body to know when it is time to go to sleep and when it is time to wake up. An imbalance in the production of this hormone (jet lag, change in work shifts, mild and temporary insomnia, etc.) can lead to an alteration in the sleep-wake cycle that can result in difficulty falling asleep.
Dietary supplements containing melatonin are an option to promote a more restful sleep. Their use should be accompanied by sleep hygiene habits: establishing regular schedules, avoiding late dinners, and avoiding caffeine about 6 hours before going to sleep (coffee, tea, dark chocolate, energy drinks, etc.). It is also advisable to avoid using electronic devices at night or exposure to artificial light, as this will inhibit melatonin production.
If the problem persists, other symptoms appear or medication is being taken, we recommend consulting a healthcare professional.

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