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8 Herbs to Help Sleep

We made a research about how to cure insomnia naturally and we gathered a list of 8 Herbs to help you sleep. We found this herbs very rich in some ingredients that will help you good nights sleep and cure insomnia.

Here it is8 Herbs to Help You Sleep

8 Herbs to Help Sleep

  1. Avocado – rich in Niacin (vitamin B-3) – One of niacin’s main properties is that it has the ability to help you relax naturally and get to sleep much easier and faster at night. B vitamins help your body to convert carbohydrates into glucose, which is then burned to produce energy. The B vitamins also help the body use the fats and protein you eat. All the B vitamins are water-soluble; this just means that your body does not store them, so you need regular intake of them. Niacin helps you relax naturally and get to sleep quickly and easily, along with reducing anxiety and depression. Because it dilates blood vessels you’ll feel a sensation of warmth known as the “niacin flush” which indicates a temporary saturation of niacin.
  2. Bananas - rich in Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) – To produce serotonin your body needs adequate B6 which is required to produce the hormone melatonin that makes you go to sleep. Lack of this vitamin can cause nervousness, irritability and insomnia. Anti-depressant medications like Prozac, Paxil and Effexor all work by affecting Serotonin regulation
  3. Asparagus – rich in Folic Acid (vitamin B9) – Important for brain function, it helps regulate mood, sleep and appetite. Getting enough Folic Acid is vital for your brain’s use of dopamine and serotonin, which are two neurotransmitters. They are responsible for your brain’s involvement in how well you sleep
  4. Spinach – rich in Magnesium (as magnesium oxide) – The recommended daily dose of a magnesium supplement is 250g per day and it is a critical element in over 325 biochemical reactions in the human body, helping to regulate levels of oestrogen, testosterone and serotonin. Studies show that low levels of magnesium can cause you to wake more during the night due to shallower sleep.
  5. 5-HTP (from 99% Griffonia seed extract) – Griffonia simplicifolia is a natural source of 5HTP (5-Hydroxytryptophan), an enhancing amino acid that is a highly absorbable type of tryptophan and a direct precursor to serotonin. It is commonly used to help with insomnia, migraine headaches, weight-loss and has been demonstrated to reduce the pain and anxiety associated with fibromyalgia. 5-HTP seems to also help with mild depression.
  6. Valerian root – Used as a sleep aid for over 1,000 years, its ability to help relax the central nervous system, promote calm, decrease levels of anxiety and stress, and enhance sleep are known to millions the world over. Valerian’s effects on the body are similar to that of benzodiazepine, found in Valium, but without you having to suffer the dulling effects or next-day lethargy. It’s completely nontoxic, doesn’t impair your ability to drive or operate heavy machinery, and doesn’t exaggerate the effects of alcohol, unlike other commonly prescribed sleep medications.
  7. Lemon Balm (whole plant) – Lemon balm is considered a “calming” herb and has been used as far back as the middle ages to reduce stress and anxiety and promote sleep. Studies have shown that when combined with Valerian root, it can be as effective as the common sleeping drug Triazolam (Halcion) – but without the side effects!
  8. Melatonin – The body’s own natural sleeping pill, supplementation with melatonin has been found helpful in inducing and maintaining sleep in both children and adults, in several studies. It is also useful in banishing jet lag with many travellers using melatonin to help restore restful sleeping patterns by resetting their ‘body clocks’.

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