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Natural Remedies That Cure Sleep Disorders

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Find yourself tossing and turning all night? You are not alone. About 50 million Americans suffer from sleep problems at one time or another.

Sleep researchers tell us that approximately 50 percent of all cases of insomnia are due to psychological factors such as depression or anxiety. Clearly, feeling stressed and worried can interfere with our ability to sleep soundly.

Some of the other causes of sleep disorder may be due to other factors including chronic pain, too much caffeine or alcohol, sleep apnea, breathing problems, muscle spasm and cramps, and various other physical ailments.

But which is the best way to cure sleep disorders?  When it come to cure sleep disorders, I recommend using only natural remedies.

Melatonin –  In recent years, there has been a great deal of attention given to melatonin, a hormone that is produced by the body, which is reputed to have anti aging properties. Melatonin also helps to regulate sleep cycles and is a veritable cure for sleep disorders.

Calcium and magnesium –  These two minerals are natural tranquilizers that have a calming effect on the body. Calcium and magnesium have been shown to reduce blood pressure, relieve stress, and ready the body for sleep.

Passion flower –  Use of this herb dates to the Aztecs, who first recognized its sedative qualities. Today, passion flower is a popular treatment for sleep disorders and anxiety in Europe.

Valerian –  For centuries, herbal healers have used Valerian as a sedative for the relief of insomnia, anxiety, and conditions associated with pain. Recent scientific studies have substantiated valerian’s ability to improve sleep quality and relieve insomnia.

Kava kava –  This is a great herb that can cure sleep disorders problems. A cup of kava kava tea makes you feel relaxed and pleasantly groggy.

Chamomile tea –  This is my favorite antidote for insomnia! I sip a cup of chamomile tea every night, and never have any difficulty sleeping.

Lemon balm –  This pleasant tasting herb has long been used to treat nervous tension an insomnia.

Peppermint  –  This tea has a soothing effect on the body and may help to promote sleep.

Skullcap  –  This herb may help to promote sleep by reducing the aches and pains that can keep you up at night. It is often included in herbal sleep formulas.

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