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Herbs For Sleep

Herbs For Sleep

Everything that can go wrong will do when you do not sleep enough. Some people have an easy disposition to sleep, and it comes too easy that they do not have to worry about wasting minutes once they lay their head on the pillow. The rest of us cannot fall asleep just as easily and need more than melatonin to stop the tossing and stimulate healthy sleep.

Disturbed sleep will leave you irritable for the entire day, hurt your memory and boost the likelihood of obesity, diabetes, depression, and more complications. Luckily, there is more than one way to resolve this without getting you addicted to some medical sleep pills.

How Maui Herbal Helps Solve Sleep Problems

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Science says that people who go too long without getting proper sleep will eventually begin to sleep when they are awake. Does this make sense?

It means that you will become a high-functioning sleep-deprived person who gets so good at hiding anxiety and a troubled thought process that they do not realize when they begin to mess up in life.

We believe that solving the issue of sleep deprivation goes beyond taking some pills and creating a balanced lifestyle that supports a healthy sleep cycle. We introduce several different issues to improve the chances of better sleep, such as suggesting aerobic exercises, getting into reiki healing practices, and using herbs that stimulate chemicals that induce a sense of sleep.

Introducing Melatonin

Melatonin is a herbal sleep aid hormone that triggers the body's rest system. The body has a natural way of releasing melatonin to signal that it is time to sleep. The process of releasing melatonin depends on our time cycle of light exposure, which means it will rise in the evening and fall in the morning. This also means that people who expose themselves to excessive amounts of LED light in the evening will have reduced melatonin and report significant disruptions in their sleep patterns.

Melatonin appears to be a safe product for adults when taken for a short period before bedtime. We suggest that you speak with a professional who can advise you on the exact numbers, as well as the kinds of herbs you need to take to boost a healthy amount of the hormone.

Introducing Herbs For The Treatment of Insomnia

Several herbs can promote sleep and feed your body with nutrients that reduce depression and anxiety. Some of these herbs to aid sleep include:

  • Valerian root - It eases anxiety and depression
  • Magnesium-rich herbs - Magnesium calms the mind and body to regulate melatonin and improve GABA to promote better sleep.
  • Lavender - The soothing fragrance has a calming effect on the brain, healing a lot of mild insomnia.
  • Passionflower has a history of healing sleep issues in North America, Asia, Africa, and Australia. Studies show it promotes sleep by balancing hormones.
  • Glycine - The amino acid has a positive impact on the nervous system, heart rate, and sleep pattern

These are only a few of the natural herbs for sleep, so make sure you consult Sarah for more options, as well as for instructions on how to use them in a manner that will complement your body's natural working. Click here to book a consultation session.

Herbs For Sleep

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