Parents can certainly encourage the release of melatonin for toddlers. Melatonin is released in our pineal gland in response to part of our circadian rhythms. There are some things parents can do to help the child’s rhythm, so melatonin is released during sleep.
Having a restful sleeping environment, consistent sleep and lightly lit screen and snacks can release hormone relief and release sleep naturally
Got a baby that is still a toddler and difficult to sleep that night could be an ordeal, yes. Imagine, we had to calm them into sleep to have a chance to rest. However, when reading a story book did not work, hug him also did not make him fall asleep, giving melatonin to the toddlers often forced to do so. However, is this option safe? Absolutely yes.