Insomnia, poor sleeping during the night
Sleep is more than just rest. Sleep provides us an essential time for body to restore energy, regulate immune system, gives the body a chance to repair tissues helps the brain organize and store memories. Unfortunately, more and more people suffer from insomnia nowadays.
What is insomnia?
Insomnia is the most common sleep disorder. The signs of insomnia include difficulty falling asleep, sleeping too lightly, waking up in the middle of night and unable to fall back to sleep.
What cause insomnia?
Causes of insomnia vary from person to person which include:
Most of people suffer from insomnia due to stressful life events such as examination, job deadlines, new job, and loss of a loved one or interpersonal conflict. Depression, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder are commonly link to insomnia and require medical treatment.
The most common medical conditions that trigger insomnia are gout, arthritis, back aches, headache, cancer and other diseases that cause pain.
Poor sleep environment include poor bed, extreme temperature in the bedroom, noise and bright light. Someone who shares the room and snore loudly may also affect your sleep.
The consequences of insomnia on health:
• Fatigue, lethargy, and lack of motivation
• Moodiness and irritability
• Inability to cope with stress
• Reduced creativity and problem-solving skills
• Poor concentration and memory
• Reduced immunity; frequent colds and infections
Tips for good night’s sleep
- Go to bed at the same time every night.
- If you need to take nap, do it in the early afternoon, and limit it to 30 minutes.
- Keep your bedroom quiet and dark enough to facilitate sleep.
- Make sure your bed is comfortable.
- Do exercise regularly, preferably in the morning.
- Stay away from caffeine, nicotine and alcohol at least 4-6 hours before bed.
- Avoid engaging in mind stimulating activity such as playing computer game and watching action movie just before sleep.
You may try the following products to speed up recovery:
Clinical insomnia needs to be tackled by medical and counseling professionals. Good nutrition can help to speed up recovery.
- Aloe Vera Gel
• Contains nutritious, 100% stabilized Aloe Vera, an excellent choice for healthy digestive system and healthy immune system.
• Helpful in increasing the bioavailability of nutrients to cells and improve energy metabolism.
• Helpful in regulating overall physiological functions to improve quality of sleep.
- Aloe Blossom Herbal tea
• Contains Aloe Blossom with selected herbs including Cinnamon,Ginger, Fragrant Clover, Sweet Pepper, Cardamom, Chamomile and Orange Peel.
• Helpful in relieving stress and relaxing the body to enable restful sleep.
• Is low in calorie, nutritious and contains no caffeine.
- Nature Min
• Provides 11 essential minerals in a balanced ratio for maximum absorption.
• Contains essential major minerals such as Calcium, Phosphorus Magnesium and trace mineral (Iron, Zinc, Iodine, Selenium, Copper, Manganese, Vanadium and Molybdenum).
• Contains Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Selenium that may help to calm down emotions and improve sleep.
- Royal Jelly
Is rich in Vitamin B complex, Acetyl Choline and Inositol which help to regulate nervous system and help to reduce stress
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