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Old 08-13-2013, 07:39 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Tannhauser View Post
Interestingly, the research into B vitamins and sleep has been quite equivocal. It's probably bad form to quote myself, but here are some notes I wrote for students:



However, we have to be cautious about the research:




Not disputing that niacin might boost growth hormone, provided one can get to sleep in the first place.
Interesting indeed Tannhauser. Always good to distinguish correlation from causation in the case of research, but nonetheless it is pertinent to consider that vitamins at night may cause sleep issues.

If niacin does indeed keep someone awake, they could supplement concurrently with a calming agent like 5-HTP or valerian root.
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