A good night's sleep plays a very important role in health and well-being but for some people a peaceful night's sleep doesn't come easy. Stress, anxiety, worries, emotional upset, or an over-active mind can effect your ability to have a deep, restful night's sleep. In this fast-paced society that most of us live in it can be hard to unwind and relax at night.
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Other natural ways to help promote a good night's sleep include:
maintain a healthy diet, get regular exercise during the day, minimise stress, refrain from doing work or focused/stimulating activities after your evening meal, don't sleep with light's or television on as darkness and quiet help in triggering the body's production of hormones that promote restful sleep, drink a mug of warm organic un-homogenised milk prior to bedtime (contains tryptophan, an amino acid that induces the production of relaxing hormones such as melatonin and serotonin), or alternatively drink a relaxing herb tea (however try not to drink right before going to bed as this may cause you to have to get up in the night to go to the toilet), meditate for 15 minutes or longer before going to bed, use lavender essential oil in an oil burner after your evening meal and/or place a few drops of lavender essential oil on your pillow or hang a bunch of lavender buds from your bedhead or place it inside your pillow case, try to be in bed before 10pm as the body naturally starts to wind down and relax between 6 and 10 pm if not overly stimulated, avoid alcohol, and also avoid coffee and tobacco (or drinks that contain caffeine) as these stimulate sympathetic nervous system hormones - alcohol, coffee, energy drinks and stress also deplete the body of magnesium which is required for relaxation in the body.
There may be more underlying reason's for not being able to sleep properly at night. It is advised that you speak to your healthcare provider if you have an on-going sleep problem.