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The Best Insomnia Remedies

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Those who have trouble sleeping at night because of a sleep disorder such as chronic insomnia can have difficulty dealing with school, work and relationships. Men and women who reported sleeping ten hours or more had about 1.8 times the life expectancy of those who reported 7.0 to 8.0 hours of sleep so it’s no wonder that a lot of time is spent looking for the best insomnia remedies during the longer waking periods.

Beyond leaving people bleary-eyed, clutching a cup of Starbucks and dozing off at afternoon meetings, failing to get enough sleep or sleeping at odd hours heightens the risk for a variety of major illnesses, including cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity, recent studies indicate. 

Sleep or sleeping is a natural phenomenon that is categorized by the reduction or absence of our consciousness, the relaxation of most of our voluntary muscles and the moderate suspension of our sensory activities.

Many thousands of people experience problems sleeping every single night and scientists are only just beginning to unravel the complexities of sleep so that they might improve on the current crop of insomnia remedies.
The Best Insomnia Remedies

While many aspects of sleep remain a mystery, including exactly why we sleep, the picture that appears to be emerging is that not sleeping enough or being awake in the small hours runs counter to the body’s internal or circadian clock, throwing a host of basic bodily functions out of sync.

To get more mind and mood-boosting REM sleep, try sleeping an extra 30 minutes to an hour in the morning, when REM sleep stages are longer. REM or rapid eye movement sleep is the deep restorative stage where most of the dreaming is done.

Sleeping later on the weekends can affect your biological clock so that it is much harder to go to sleep at the right time on Sunday nights and get up early on Monday mornings. Although this sleeping pattern will help relieve part of a sleep debt, it will not completely make up for the lack of sleep and is not a cure for insomnia.

For insomnia remedies to work you need to first learn what happens when you’re sleeping, how to determine your nightly sleep needs, and what you can do to bounce back from chronic sleep loss and get on a healthy sleep schedule.

Only take a sleeping pill when you will have enough time to get a full night of sleep (7 to 8 hours) although remember it is common knowledge that most sleeping pills and other psychiatric drugs speed up brain waves at times, and many prevent you from entering into deeper, more restorative sleep stages.

The short answer is that sleeping pills may increase clock hours while decreasing or having no change in serious sleep hours and is therefore not an insomnia remedy. In general, sleeping pills and sleep medications are most effective when used sparingly for short-term situations, such as travelling across different time zones or recovering from an operation.

Not only will alcohol disrupt your sleep even more, it can interact dangerously with sleeping pills.  After five nights of problems sleeping, three standard drinks will have the same effect on your body as six on a person who has had enough sleep. Again alcohol and sleeping pills may seem it in the short term but they are not insomnia remedies.

If you think you have problems sleeping, many animals sleep with one half of their brain awake to be on alert for predators. If sleeping is an important natural phenomenon for all of us, then how much sleep do each of us need? What is the average sleep for the different age groups?

In every age group, we all have to sleep according to the average sleep that we all need to be able to grow and develop in a healthy way.

Statistical research has revealed that the sitting position is the ideal for sleeping followed by lying with the chest down or prone and then lying on the left side. Writers of four published research articles found the lowest measured oxygenated blood was sleeping on your back compared with any other sleep posture.

Most websites and articles written by the medical establishment that belong to largest world’s healthcare companies claim that sleeping on your back is the ideal posture for sleep without quoting any specific medical sources.

Most insomnia remedies out there are generally based on sound advice that requires a change of lifestyle, in other words giving something up and probably taking something else up that you don’t enjoy.

This new audio technique now available is called “brainwave entrainment”. and it has been used since the 1980’s to strengthen memory, maximize concentration, treat depression, ADHD  and insomnia.The rhythmic pulses embedded into the audio technique  gently guide your brain into sleep helping you stay asleep and it’s completely safe.

There’s no bad side effects and no dependency to them. Unlike sleeping pills, they help you become healthier and because of their long-lasting effects, you don’t need to listen to them forever. Out of all the other insomnia remedies this type is proving to be the most successful for long term restful sleep.

 

Author – Brian Sweet

This audio technology is called “brainwave entrainment”. I won’t bore you with the technical details today, but let’s just say that it has been used since the 80’s to strengthen memory, increase focus and concentration, treat ADHD, depression and, among other things… insomnia.
The rhythmic nature of the pulses embedded into the audio sessions safely and gently guide your brain into sleep — and help it stay asleep.
What’s cool is that you can’t develop any dependency to them, and they have no negative side-effects. Unlike sleeping pills, they help you become healthier. And because of their long-lasting effects, you don’t need to listen to them forever.