At least once in a lifetime one encounters insomnia. After tossing and turning all night and finding no sleep until morning, when it's time to get up, you stretch your arms to sleeping pills.
Many people solve their problems this way - swallow pills and fall asleep to dreams that do not bring relief, because the next day, they feel beaten and not ready to work.
Our ancestors used to sleep through variety of means, who had no side effects and did not create any dependencies that one sometimes gets from the pills.
Many people drink warm milk before bed because it contains calcium and tryptophan. Tryptophan works on calming the nervous system, and calcium helps absorption.
Tryptophan is also in turkey meat. A wonderful option for dinner is to have oatmeal - it gives a feeling of warmth and satiety, and also contains melatonin - a hormone of sleep.
If you add oats to hot water instead of warm milk and sweeten them with honey, your sleep will be perfectly calm. To soften the effects of stress during the day, have chamomile tea and sweeten it with a teaspoon of honey.
Green tea and a chocolate candy will also be helpful if insomnia is still chronic. A decoction of mint soothes, dilates blood vessels and improves the functioning of the nervous system.
If you have trouble falling asleep because you are overloaded during the day, drink a celery potion before bedtime. Cut a handful of celery leaves, Pour in boiling water, leave to brew for half an hour, strain and drink three times a day. The last intake of the drink is the first sleep.See more