Try these 6 home remedies for some natural sleep

Source: Timesofindia.indiatimes.com   
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Insomnia or sleeplessness is a common sleep disorder in which a person finds it difficult to fall asleep. People suffering from this disorder do not get enough sleep and often do not feel refreshed when they wake up. Lack of sound sleep is accompanied by other problems such as fatigue, difficulty in concentrating, mood swings, and decreased performance at work.

The reason for sleeplessness differs from person to person. But most of the time insomnia is a result of stress, some unpleasant event or changes in the sleep cycle. Chronic insomnia can only be treated by therapy, but short-term insomnia is not that difficult to deal with.

If you also find it difficult to get some zzz’s after crashing on the bed, no matter how tired you are, here are some home remedies which you can try.

Try a warm bath

After a long and tiring day, soaking yourself in a warm bath will not only relax you but will also help induce sleep. Taking a warm bath two hours before going to bed gives a chance to your body to cool off and also triggers sleep at night.

Massage

Massage therapy is the best technique to calm your body and mind. Taking massage at night reduces the feeling of pain, anxiety, and depression and improves the quality of sleep. It is not necessary at all to take massage from a professional, you can do it yourself at home.

Lavender oil

The lavender essential oil is best known to improve the mood and promote sleep. You can either opt for lavender supplements or can put a few drops of oil on your hand and sniff it. Lavender oil is safe to use.

Warm milk with honey

Go back to the good old days and sip a cup of warm milk with honey. The combination of milk and honey is the best to induce sleep and has been practiced for a long time. Milk contains amino acid tryptophan, which increases the amount of a hormone that works as a natural sedative.

Herbal tea

Brew some herbal tea before going to bed at night. Having herbal tea reduces the time taken to fall asleep and calms your body. You can also try passionflower tea and chamomile tea at night.

Magnesium

Magnesium is an essential mineral that is good for health. It helps to relax the muscle and relieves the level of stress. A study has found that it also encourages healthy sleep pattern. You can either have a magnesium supplement or can add one cup of magnesium powder in your bath water.

Bottom line

Avoid the intake of nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol at night before going to bed, Eat a light meal at night and at least two hours before going to bed. Avoid screen time before going to bed.

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