Insomnia Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies
Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Insomnia. Take 1 glass of milk and add 1tsp of honey and mix it. Drink every night before bedtime. Take Â½li of water, add 1tsp of aniseed, Heat the mixture for 15 min and Strain it. Drink every night before bedtime. Take 1 glass of Water and add 2tsp of honey and mix it. Drink every night before bedtime. Take a banana and mash it and add roasted cumin seeds to it and mix it.
Consume this mixture before going to sleep. Mix 1tsp each of juice of celery leaves with stalks and honey. Have this mixture every night before bedtime. Eat raw onion salad every day. Mix 2tsp of fenugreek leaves juice with 1tsp of honey. Have this mixture at bed times. Mix bottle gourd juice and sesame oil in equal quantity. Massage this mixture on the scalp every night.
Take 34 strands of saffron and soak them in a cup of warm milk. Sip this warm drink. Drink this every night before bedtime. Consume 3 cups of curd. Have this regularly. Insomnia â€“ Natural Ayurvedic Home Remedies.
Insomnia Webinar Causes and Beating Insomnia Naturally
Okay, well, welcome, everyone. This is Nik Hedberg, and tonight we're talking about sleep disorders. And this one of my favoritetopics, just because it's something that I encounter a lot in practice. Many, many peoplehave issues with sleep, many chronically people. And it's really one of those fundamental thingsthat it's just very difficult to help someone get healthy when they're not getting a goodnight's sleep. Sleep is when your body repairs itself; it'swhen your body releases the greatest amount of growth hormone; it's when a lot of yourneurotransmitters in the brain, like serotonin, dopamine, etc. are restored and regeneratedwhile you're sleeping. Sleeping, of course,
reduces stress, and it's definitely becominga bigger and bigger problem in today's society for a variety of reasons. So tonight we're going to talk about threedifferent types of sleep disorders that we see. People can have one of these types, orthey can have a mixed type. But we have pretty good success getting people to sleep oncewe figure out what kind of type they are and what they do well on. Then, of course, theunderlying cause. So, these are really the main things thatreally cause sleep disruption, stress is obviously going to be number one. Stress raises cortisollevels, and then cortisol, when it's high,
that will prevent you from sleeping. And thenof course caffeine, coffee, black tea, chocolate, things like that. Caffeine, of course, stimulatesthe thyroid and the adrenal glands, giving you a false sense of energy. But there isa price to pay when you do consume caffeine for energy. Sugar and of course poor dietary choices,blood sugar imbalances. And one of the things that happens when you sleep is you're actuallyin a fasting state, a very long fast, up to six to eight hours on average. And so whenyou're fasting, your body has to maintain a stable blood sugar level, and if you'rebody is not able to do that, that's mainly
regulated by the liver, the pancreas and theadrenal glands. If you're body is not able to do that, regulate blood sugar while you'reasleep, that can wake you up. We'll talk a little bit more about that later. Light in the bedroom, and that can be anything,like from a clock radio, street lights coming in, computer lights, things like that, anykind of light. Even though your eyes are closed, the brain still picks up on light in the room,and that will disrupt your sleep. Lack of exercise, chronic infections, food sensitivities.Really the big food sensitivities are going to be gluten, dairy, corn, soy, and eggs.
A magnesium deficiency, because magnesiumhas an overall calming effect on the nervous system, the brain and the muscular system.Just kind of relaxes everything. And television, watching television in bed,watching violence or traumatic movies or shows before bed, all of these things can contributeto sleep disruption. You would also want to add in there sex hormoneimbalances, especially in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. When progesteronelevels begin to drop, that can make it more difficult to get a good night's sleep. So let's begin with the Type 1 sleep disorder.This is going to be the most common type of
sleep disorder out there. This is mainly aserotonin or melatonin deficiency. So melatonin is the hormone produced in the brain thatreally puts you to sleep. Serotonin is the precursor to melatonin. The reason that people become depleted inserotonin and melatonin is basically due to chronic inflammation. So it's matter of figuringout where the inflammation is coming from. This can be genetic, these people tend tobe the worrier, always worrying about things, and these people will typically either havedifficulty falling asleep, and or staying asleep.