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If you thought that a good day begins with a bright morning, you would have to think again! Nothing can refresh your spirits quite like a good night’s sleep. But it's not every night that the sleep fairy sits by your pillow. In fact, sometimes you might find it difficult to sleep at all. Wondering why that happens?
Insomnia and sleep apnea are two kinds of sleep disorders. People suffering from these conditions find it difficult to fall or stay asleep at night. When these problems continue over multiple nights, everyday life is hampered and it could lead to irritability, depression, lethargy during daytime etc. So, if you fall in any one of the following categories, it’s time you watched your sleep!
Over 60: As you age, your sleep pattern changes and sleeplessness increases with the passing years.
Women: Hormonal changes during the menstrual cycle, menopause and pregnancy can drive your sleep away.
Teens and Children: Excess exposure to blue light and peer pressure can take a toll on your child’s mental health and disturb their sleep cycle.
Have a Mental Disorder: Poor mental and physical health can disrupt sleep or give you many uncomfortable nights.
You know you need medical help when your sleepless nights start affecting your performance at work, school or social circles. But before you rush to conclusions, check out the reasons why you could be suffering from insomnia or sleep apnea.
Probable Causes of Your Sleepless Nights
Stress and Anxiety: Troubles in the personal and professional sphere can rob you of your sleep for many nights - eventually making insomnia creep up on you.
Hectic Lifestyle: Constant travel to international destinations and irregular working hours can disturb your sleep-wake cycle.
Improper Eating Habits: Consuming stimulants like Caffeine, Nicotine, fried foods etc. before bed time can aggravate your blood pressure and make it difficult to get a shut eye.
Medications: Your chemical medicines for allergies, pain, weight loss or cold can also be fighting away your sleep at night.
Ayurvedic Home Remedies for Getting Good Sleep – Once and Always!
Let nothing get in the way of your sleep with these easy home remedies. Follow them in your everyday routine and feel the change within days!
Set up a Bedtime Ritual: Make it a habit to take a warm bath, listen to soft music, write your diary or do any such relaxing activity before bed every night. It can help you to unwind from all the worries of the day.
Make Your Bedroom Comfortable: Do not use it for any other activity rather than sleeping. Use aroma oils or soft blankets to make it cozy.
Stay Active in the Day: Sounds like the opposite advice? Well, it isn’t! Being active in the day and avoiding long naps can ensure good night’s sleep - even during weekends when you are least sleepy!
Use Relaxation Techniques: Yoga, meditation and pranayama can relax your body and mind. The best part is that you can do them inside the comfort of your home or in the open air to refresh your body and mind.
Consume Soothing Foods and Drink: Magnesium rich food items and chamomile tea are sure shot sleep promoters. Make it a habit to have them especially on stressful nights.
Drop of Natural Oil: Using sweet smelling oils before snuggling in bed can help you sleep better. If you have Pitta body type, apply coconut oil to your head and feet. But if you are a Vata type, use sesame oil and mustard oil if you are a Kapha body type.
Reliable, Efficient and Pure: Nirogam’s Products for Good Sleep
If you have been having sleepless nights for weeks or months, you don’t have to go elsewhere for an effective solution. Your problems end right here!
Manasamitram Gulika: Ayurvedic formulation for cognitive and mental health. Rejuvenates the body tissues and improves brain functions.
Serenite - LT Capsules: Natural adaptogen that alleviates stress and anxiety. Eases muscles to promote sleep. Can be safely given to children.
Sleepmitram Capsules: Helps to correct sleep-wake cycle. Calms the mind and body. Improves brain cell functions.
Manasamitram Gulika, also known as manasamithra vati or manasamithram Vatakam is used mainly in the ayurvedic treatment of mental disorders, sleep disorders, depression and anxiety. Its formulation consists of 73 ingredients and is formulated according to the traditional ayurvedic principles of Kerala.
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