Melatonin May Improve Sleep for People on Blood-Pressure Meds, University of Rochester Medical Center Study

Published: Oct 02, 2012

People with high blood pressure who lose sleep as the result of medications known as beta blockers may benefit from a nightly dose of melatonin. In a small study published in the October issue of the journal Sleep, people being treated for high blood pressure, or hypertension, who also took melatonin slept longer, fell asleep sooner and had more restful sleep than people taking an inactive placebo.

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