Insomnia is a common sleep disorder where people have trouble sleeping, or staying asleep, for as long as they desire. Usually, after a night without sleeping, you feel sluggish, lethargic and depressed the following day. There are many factors which can lead to insomnia, both mental and physical, and it can occur independently or even as a symptom of another problem. Furthermore, up to 30% of adults suffer from insomnia at any given time, with older people usually affected more than younger people.

So, what can you do when you suffer from this disorder? The expert consultants at Nature Remedies can give you advice on the best natural ways to deal with this condition, based on sleeping habits and underlying causes. The initial consultation will likely be sleep hygiene and lifestyle changes, such as a constant bed time, regular exercise and sleeping in a cool, well-ventilated and dark room. It’s also a good idea to avoid most food at least two hours before going to bed, while limiting the amount of processed sugars.

Once all these have been taken into account, the usual course of action is taking natural remedies such as valerian, chamomile, lavender, and others such as melatonin, which is a hormone found naturally in our bodies. A Nature Remedies expert might also suggest loading up on foods rich in magnesium, which is considered a natural sedative, with over 80% of Americans suffering from magnesium deficit.

You can be sure that at Nature Remedies we will find a way to help you leave your insomnia and sleep disorders behind, as part of a natural and wholesome process, while taking into account your age, diet, gender and other lifestyle factors.

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