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How to eliminate insomnia for good

How to eliminate insomnia for good
All of us at some point in our lives have faced sleep disorders and more or less we know how much this problem can affect our daily life, energy, performance, mood, but also our health.

What is the cause of insomnia?

The array of sleep disorders is undeniably vast. If you experience persistent sleep issues lasting over three months and occurring at least three days a week, it is essential to seek consultation with a specialist. This will help to eliminate the possibility of underlying pathogenic factors, such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, encephalopathy, endocrinopathy, hormonal imbalances, arthritis and more. So, if the insomnia is not due to any of the above, potential contributing factors may include stress, change of environment, insufficient physical activity, irregular sleeping hours, increased caffeine consumption, heavy meals shortly before bedtime etc.

What can you do to deal with the problem?

Sleeping pills are definitely the last solution, as there is a lot you can do to improve the quality of your sleep, as long as you want to! Some of the things that could help are: yoga and meditation, limiting caffeine and alcohol, maintaining a consistent sleep schedule, maintaining a balanced diet, avoiding bright lights in the bedroom as well as loud sounds from the TV, tablet or mobile phone.

Nature provides the solution

Furthermore, you might explore a variety of herbal supplements available on the market that can help regulate your body's internal clock and naturally combat insomnia, in addition to the previously mentioned options. Herbs such as valerian, passionflower, St. John's wort, chamomile, lavender, can be consumed either as drinks or as supplements which relax the body and gradually improve the quality of sleep. Melatonin, often referred to as the "sleep hormone," shares a similar impact with magnesium, which relaxes muscles and assists in managing stress, a factor linked to sleep disorders.

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