It is known that Napoleon slept only 4 hours a day. This time was enough for him to rest and recuperate.
Each person has their own, purely individual norm of sleep. For some, six hours is enough, and for some, even ten “will be too little.”
To determine the optimal duration of your sleep, you need to conduct the following experiment. For several days, go to bed an hour and a half earlier than usual and sleep until you wake up without an alarm. If, upon waking up, you feel alert and rested, this means that you have managed to establish your sleep rate.
To get started, drink soothing herbal teas, tinctures and fees.
Infusion of lettuce leaves (lettuce)
One tablespoon of fresh leaves pour a glass of boiling water, insist for 2 hours. Strain. Drink ½ cup 2 times a day.
Grate the turnip on a coarse grater, pour a glass of water and boil for 15 minutes. Drink ¼ cup a day.
Infusion of fragrant celery root
Take 30 g of roots, pour 1 liter of hot water and infuse for 8 hours. Take a teaspoon 3 times a day.
Dill Seed Infusion
Pour a tablespoon of seeds with 1.5 cups of boiling water. Infuse for an hour.
Siberian elderberry root decoction
Brew a tablespoon of crushed roots with a glass of boiling water, boil for 15 minutes over low heat, leave for 30 minutes, strain. Take a tablespoon.
Infusion of hawthorn fruit
Pour two tablespoons of crushed dry fruits with 1.5 cups of boiling water. Let it brew a little. Drink in three doses.
Red elderberry root decoction
A tablespoon of chopped root brew a glass of boiling water, boil for 15 minutes. Insist for 30 minutes.
Infusion of the roots of valerian officinalis
Pour two teaspoons of crushed roots into a glass of hot water. Take a tablespoon 3 times a day while hot.
motherwort herb infusion
Two teaspoons of grass pour 200 ml of cold water and leave for 8 hours. Strain and drink throughout the day.