Folk remedies for insomnia

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How­ev­er, insom­nia itself can also be con­sid­ered a dis­ease. Doc­tors call sleep dis­tur­bance insom­nia, the prob­lem is stud­ied by entire insti­tutes.

What is insomnia

With insom­nia, sleep is not com­plete­ly absent. A per­son sim­ply has dif­fi­cul­ty falling asleep, or his sleep is exces­sive­ly sen­si­tive and eas­i­ly inter­rupt­ed by any minor stim­u­lus. And falling asleep again becomes almost impos­si­ble. The night pass­es in an anx­ious, tir­ing half-sleep, there are no nor­mal phas­es of sleep nec­es­sary for rest. The blan­ket is too heavy, the pil­low is too soft, the neigh­bor behind the wall is flip­ping through his stu­pid book too loud­ly. To the morn­ing greet­ing “Good morn­ing!”, I want to answer with an auto­mat­ic burst. Or, at least, qui­et and drea­ry — “Morn­ing is nev­er good!”

The oth­er option is not much bet­ter. The per­son falls asleep eas­i­ly and sleeps sound­ly. But in the mid­dle of the night he sud­den­ly wakes up — that’s all. Until the morn­ing, look­ing at the dark­ness, count­ing jump­ing ele­phants or think­ing about unfin­ished busi­ness awaits him. I can fall asleep only 10 min­utes before the alarm goes off. What a pleas­ant awak­en­ing and good health.

Medications for insomnia

Of course, if you go to the doc­tor, you may be pre­scribed sleep­ing pills. One tablet at night — and until the morn­ing you are turned off from the world of real­i­ty.

But, unfor­tu­nate­ly, almost all drugs for insom­nia are addic­tive. You have to first increase the dose, then switch to more potent drugs, and all of them are not harm­less.

Are there ways to go drug-free in the bat­tle for nor­mal sleep?

Folk recipes for insomnia

The peo­ple knew how to man­age sim­ple and nat­ur­al ways to cope with insom­nia. Before wan­der­ing to the phar­ma­cy for sleep­ing pills, try one or more folk meth­ods. They are pleas­ant, harm­less and effec­tive.

Light dinner

Don’t overeat at night. A full stom­ach will inter­fere with nor­mal sleep. But hunger also does not con­tribute to good sleep. The best solu­tion is a light din­ner 2–3 hours before bed­time.

Honey

Hon­ey has a calm­ing effect. A spoon­ful of hon­ey can be stirred in a glass of warm water and drunk in small sips. And you can add hon­ey to warm milk — this is how you like it. By the way, hon­ey water will also help to cope with a ten­den­cy to con­sti­pa­tion.

Fragrances

There are scents that make it eas­i­er to relax and fall asleep. You can use essen­tial oils, includ­ing an aro­ma lamp. You can add a few drops of aro­mat­ic oils to your evening bath. Can be placed near the head of a sachet filled with a mix­ture of fra­grant herbs. Our great-grand­moth­ers made pil­lows stuffed with dry hop cones for a sweet dream. And at the head they put a spe­cial coast­er doll, her tor­so was also stuffed with fra­grant herbs. For falling asleep, it is rec­om­mend­ed to use the smells of mint, lemon balm, hops, laven­der, oregano.

herbal teas

Decoc­tions of med­i­c­i­nal herbs act very well on the ner­vous sys­tem. A cup of sooth­ing tea with a spoon­ful of hon­ey — and sleep comes eas­i­ly and gen­tly, like first love.

Options for herbal drinks “for the com­ing dream”, for 250 ml of water:

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    35 g of chopped lemon balm, a spoonful of honey;
    20 g mint + 10 g lemon balm;
    2 tbsp. spoons of dried hawthorn (fruits);
    3 art. spoons of hawthorn flowers, a spoonful of honey;
    10 g thyme, 10 g hops, honey.

Good­night!

How to deal with insom­nia: expert advice

“Even a few sleep­less nights a year can under­mine health, affect appear­ance, intel­li­gence and per­for­mance!” — say experts from the Som­no­log­i­cal Cen­ter of the Min­istry of Health and Social Devel­op­ment of the Russ­ian Fed­er­a­tion. Per­haps part­ly this bold state­ment explains the fact that in our coun­try there is a high per­cent­age of peo­ple suf­fer­ing from arte­r­i­al hyper­ten­sion, coro­nary heart dis­ease, dia­betes mel­li­tus and neu­ro­sis … After all, accord­ing to sta­tis­tics, about half of Rus­sians faced the prob­lem of falling asleep at least once in their lives .

By Yraa

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