- 5 htp,
- breathing exercises,
- block all sources of light,
- block all sources of emf (electro magnetic frequencies) or keep them away from the bed, (like alarm clocks dials glow & broadcast emf)
- pemf, (pulsed electro magnetic frequencies) – EMF can be bad or good –
- keep room temperature low,
- get things off your mind by writing them down,
- use energy healing techniques, like EFT, Healing Codes, TFT, or any of the hundreds of techniques available to deal with stress so you sleep better….
Always find better solutions than prescription drugs for sleep.
Many of them work by erasing your short term memory of how poorly you slept.
They don’t help you sleep… They help you forget about it. Then you’re falling asleep or drowsy throughout the day and you don’t know why.
You can read some of the bizarre side effects of sleep drugs on their labels. They include:
- sleep walking,
- cooking in your sleep,
- sleep walking to your car and driving it while asleep,
I have a neighbor who had some of these bizarre effects and continued to take them anyway.
Did I mention they’re addictive?
You can find better solutions for sleep than a life on drugs. Search for yourself and ask? Anyone who recommends drug addiction, than them, and keep looking till you find your solutions.
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Improve Sleep to Improve Health
Now that we are well into 2015, many people are struggling to keep their New Year’s resolutions to improve their health.
According to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, only 8 percent of people actually achieve their resolutions. That’s the discouraging statistic we’re up against in making our resolutions a reality.
Two of the most common New Year’s resolutions are losing weight and lowering stress levels. One common factor that can help achieve both of these goals is sleep.
Regularly getting a full night’s sleep can reap many health benefits, including weight loss and stress management.
In contrast, getting too little sleep can cause us to eat more than we normally would and increase our tendency to choose unhealthy, higher calorie foods, according to The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
Not surprisingly, this pattern can lead to weight gain.
Poor sleep can also boost the level of cortisol — the stress hormone — your body produces, which can increase your blood pressure, heart rate and anxiety levels.
The body repairs and rejuvenates during sleep, helping you physically and mentally recover from the stresses of the day. If you don’t get enough quality sleep, you’re missing a chance to take a break from stress.
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