Regardless of how you get your screen time, our animal brains and bodies did not evolve to our radical shift of light input, sedentary lifestyles, or digital engagement prevalent in the 21st century.
Supplements are a funny business to get into. None of it is medicine, none of it can be said cures a problem you have, if we could say that it wouldn’t be a supplement it would be be a medicine and you would need a prescription for a lot of it. A lot of the stuff that shows up in supplements may or may not work for you. Valerian, for instance, has been used since ancient Greece to reduce stress and help people sleep. Anecdotally.
How can ginseng help you combat TILTING? Well, it's not with a better lance and horse armor, I'll tell you that much, lol. Damn, this joke works at The Ren Faire...
Lemon balm has been used since the middle ages to treat anxiety and stress (as well as other cool things, like being put in creams to treat oral herpes!) and while middle ages medicine might be good enough for some, not all of us think people who lived to an average age of 31 knew all the right stuff. For the rest of us, be assured studies have shown lemon balm effective at reducing anxiety and insomnia and increasing calmness!
Enter melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone produced by your third eye (pineal gland, but it’s more fun to call it your third eye) for regulating sleep in your brain. Taking melatonin has been shown clinically effective at reducing the effects of insomnia in both children and elderly without any adverse physical effects in the morning and no withdrawal symptoms should you ever stop taking it.