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Home Remedies for Insomnia

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Do's and Don't for Insomnia

Following are some of the simple tips for insomnia:

- Eat foods like, bananas, yoghurt and various green vegetables and salads. They will help in curing insomnia.

- Take a glass of buffalo milk before bedtime is good for sleep. Butter and ghee are also considered to be sleep-inducers.

- Avoid watching television at your sleep time.

- Do not take sleeping pills. They are not good for your body and reduce your mental strength and intelligence. They do not provide a permanent cure for insomnia.

- Do not sleep for long hours in the day time.

- Do not take excess sugar, salt and chocolates.

- Avoid alcohol and smoking as it causes depletion of bodily fluids and drowsiness or sleeplessness.

- Do not eat oily food at night.

- Live a stress free life as worries are silent killer and will not let you sleep.

- Do not take excess tea and coffee as it leads to insomnia.

- Warm water bath soothes your senses and helps in bringing good sleep.

- Dip your feet on warm water for 10-15 minutes before going to bed, this will bring good night sleep and will cure insomnia.

- Eat food rich in Vitamin B, zinc, magnesium, Vitamin C, calcium, and Vitamin D.

- Take balance diet rich in Vitamin B, zinc, magnesium, Vitamin C, calcium, and Vitamin D. They are essential for good health and cure insomnia or sleeplessness.

- Regular exercise keeps you fit and healthy. Go for morning and evening walk, swimming and other physical activities to soothe your nerves and bring good sleep.

- Do yoga and meditation regularly.

- Herbs like lavender, celery seeds, chamomile and lemon balm cure insomnia.

- Maintain a balance between work and rest and never bring your office work at home as it hampers your sleep.

Home Remedies for Insomnia

Following are some of the effective home remedies for insomnia:



- Mix a teaspoonful of honey in a glassful of celery juice and drink it every night before going to bed. It will assure a restful sleep throughout the night.

- Grind some fried cumin seeds to a fine powder and mix them with the pulp of a ripe banana. Eat this at night to treat insomnia. This is very effective home remedy for insomnia.

- Drink honey water before going to bed. Mix one tablespoon of honey in a glass of water and drink it. This is very useful home remedy for insomnia.

- Milk is also helpful in curing sleeplessness or insomnia. Regularly drink one glass of milk containing half tablespoon honey at night.

- Eat bottle-gourd (ghiya) vegetable as it cures insomnia. Rub your scalp everyday with sesame oil containing one tablespoon bottle gourd juice. This is another easy and effective home remedy for insomnia.

- Rub one tablespoon of curd on forehead. This will bring good sleep.

- Prepare a tea using one teaspoon honey, half tablespoon aniseed, and milk. Drink this herbal tea at night before going to sleep. This is very common natural remedy for curing insomnia.

Herbal Remedies for Insomnia

Following are some of the effective herbal remedies for insomnia:

- Aniseed is a valuable remedy to cure insomnia naturally. It helps in relaxing the nervous system. Aniseed tea is prescribed to people having insomnia problems.

- Rauwolfia has natural sedative properties. It is also non-stimulating and used by children and adults to treat insomnia and sleeplessness. Its powdered root if taken along with some other scented substance like cardamom or vanilla is very effective in treating insomnia.

- Celery is another useful herb that makes the body relax and the nerves to soothe down.

- Nutmeg is commonly used in treating sleep problems in children. It is usually taken in mixture with other substances like amalaki and honey.

- You can also try this natural cure for insomnia. Mix the juice of the leaves of the Indian sorrel with its oil in equal contents. Store it in a bottle. Massage this oil into the scalp every night before going to bed. It will cool the brain and has good effects in inducing sleep.





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