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Home Remedies for Insomnia

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Here are Some of the Common Home Remedies for Insomnia:

  • Try exercising in the morning to help burn up extra energy - it also helps start your day freshly. Also do calming relaxation exercises such as lite stretching before bed.
  • Do not eat or drink caffeinated foods or beverages for at least 6 hours prior to bedtime.
  • Eat a good meal shortly before sunset, followed two hours later by a bath in lukewarm water.
  • Rinse the eyes with rosewater at night, then add a drop of ghee (clarified butter). Keep the eyes closed and sleep.
  • Comb the hair before retiring. Massage feet, calves, nape of the neck and shoulders.
  • Avoid high protein meals for dinner, instead leave your last meal of the day for complex carboyhdrates.
  • Drink a cup of warm milk with honey - you may also add some nutmeg.
  • Occasional Sleeplessness can often be treated without medications, however if you have frequent or constant problems with insomnia, it's always best to see a doctor, as it may be a symptom of a more serious problem.
  • Water and Honey - Add 2 teaspoons of honey to a big cupful of water and have it before going to bed. Babies generally fall asleep after having honey.
  • Take calcium, iron, and potassium to help with sleep.
   

 

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