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Natural Products to Enhance Sleep



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By : albert decosta    19 or more times read
Submitted 2015-03-11 17:28:14
Sleep is one of the greatest revitalizing and healing experiences that we have come to know. When we have had enough sleep, the whole world looks a lot fresher to us. Insomnia is a fairly common problem that is experienced by an approximate of 20% to 30% adults in America at some point in their lives. Chronic insomnia is known to be experienced by around 15% of adults around the world.
The holistic treatment of insomnia incorporates several different techniques such as vitamins, herbal medicines and mineral supplements, massage and behavioral therapy, diet, exercise, meditation, relaxation, hypnosis and homeopathy. There are also several natural herbs that are known to reduce insomnia. These can be used from any time during the day or 20 to 30 minutes before going to bed at night.
1) Chamomile
Chamomile is a great sedative herb which is safe to use with children and adults both. Chamomile tea is commonly used in South America, Europe, and Mexico for treating restlessness and insomnia. Chamomile oil is known to soothe the overwrought nerves.
2) Lavender
Lavender serves a strengthening tonic for your nervous system. Just a few drops of its oil when added to a bath before going to sleep can help alleviate the issues of sleep disorders.
3) Passion Flower
Passion flower is often used by herbalists as a great herb for the treatment of sleep issues triggered by overwork, mental worry and nervous exhaustion. This is capable of effectively treating minor sleep issues in both adults and children. There are no side effects of this sedative even when it is consumed in large doses.
4) Valerian
This is another herb that herbalists prescribe for battling nervousness, insomnia and restlessness. It works for the people who find it difficult to fall asleep. It works to shorten the latency of sleep. Night time waking is also significantly reduced with the use of this sedative. It has no side effects like that of other synthetic sedatives such as Valium.
5) Wild Lettuce
This is a mild sedative used to treat insomnia and restlessness. Since it is extremely safe to use and has amazing calming effects, it is considered to be a good remedy for children who are having sleep problems.
6) California Poppy
This is a great herb that promotes sleeping and can be found in several herbal remedies that are sold in the US for sleep promotion, easing anxiety, and helping in relaxation. It can also be safely prescribed to children because of its mildness and analgesic properties.
7) Melatonin
This human hormone is gaining immense popularity as a supplement which promotes sound sleep. This is particularly useful for people who are working in odd hours or travelling between different time zones. People often report mixed success with using melatonin. Some do not find any benefit from using this product, while others reap great benefits.
The sleep enhancing herbs provided in this article can help you achieve a refreshing sleep, without being influenced by any negative side effects.
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