Insomnia is well Variety of Causes, There is no certain “cure” for insomnia. It is a symptom so trying to treat that will never fix the problem.
It’s a complex problem that many have for years. You have to do your own research and try different things, and find out different things that could cause it.
Cause of Insomnia
1. Hormones Imbalance
2, Diet= Such as Consuming Junk or Processed Foods every Single Meal
4, Physical pain
5, Loss of Melatonin,
6, Sensitivity to EMF’s (electromagnetic frequencies are virtually inescapable.
7, Low Calcium
8, Blood Sugar
10, Adrenal issues
And could be more than one thing.
How To Treat Naturally
1, Lavender Essential Oil-Put on pillow and sleep with soft Classic Music
2, Take-Magnesium and CBD Oil or GABA
3, Blending a banana in hot water and drink it half hour before bedtime
4, Turn off all Wifi, Routers, Computers, Phone
5, Bath Soak, 2 Cups of Epsom Salt, 1 Cup Baking Soda and 2 spoons Borax
6, Foot Soak, 1 Cup of Epsom Salt, 1/2 Cup Baking Soda and 1 Spoon Borax
7, L-tryptophan Start with 500mg
Herbal Teas May Help You Fall Asleep
People have been using herbal teas to help relax before bed for centuries. However, it’s important to remember that the effects of herbs can vary depending on the individual. Some herbs can cause sleep disturbances while others can either make you drowsy or contribute to sleeplessness.
This is probably one of the better known herbal teas used to relax and induce sleepiness, and which has shown in a clinical study that it could provide help for chronic insomnia.23 As a sleep aid, it’s fairly mild.24 It is also gentle and is helpful if you have an irritable digestive tract. Even sniffing the tea bags may be enough to trigger your brain to relax.25
An herbal infusion tea may be made by using 1 ounce of the dried herb steeped in 1 quart of water for four hours. Filter the dried herb out before drinking. This infusion is more concentrated than brewing a cup of tea. Chamomile tincture may also be used to help you sleep.
This is a very mild herb, best used when you are overtired, anxious or overworked. Dr. Michael Traub, a naturopathic physician who has studied the passion flower, recommends making an infusion with 0.07 ounces (2 grams) of the herb in 5 ounces (150 milliliters) of water, or use 0.3 ounces (10ml) of tincture. Take three to four times daily.26You can also steep 1 teaspoonful in 1 cup of boiling water for 10 minutes and drink it just before bedtime. But, according to the University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC), consult your physician before taking it if you are already taking prescription drugs for insomnia, anxiety, depression or blood thinners.27
This herb is commonly used to reduce anxiety and depression. In an observational study with placebos, it was found to have some benefit as a sleep aid.28 It has been found safe in small dosages, but use caution, as kava supplements have been linked to liver damage.29 Germany, Switzerland and Canada have banned substances containing Kava because of the risk of liver damage. The safest way is to use a mild tea and not a supplement.
This is a favorite herb of many people seeking relaxation and drowsiness to sleep. Studies have demonstrated the herb’s ability to reduce the amount of time it takes you to fall asleep and improve sleep quality when used as directed.30 Taking 30 drops of the tincture two to three times daily may help you fall asleep easier.
This is possibly the most powerful herbal sedative, and not one to be used consistently. Using it before bed may help reduce the number of times you awaken during the night. However, this herb may trigger some wild dreams, as well as diarrhea and other gastrointestinal effects. If you’ve never used valerian, it’s best to start slowly to reduce the potential you may experience side effects. This herb also works well in combination with hops
Sleep better with tasty foods and home remedies
1. Toast and warm milk (organic or raw milk, please) help relieve stress and promote better sleep. Studies have shown that drinking warm milk releases melatonin — the sleep hormone — as well as endorphins to relax you and encourage sleep. A small amount of complex carbohydrates such as whole grain toast or cereal will fill your stomach, relieving hunger pains at bedtime, and cure insomnia. Whole grains release tryptophan, a precursor to seratonin production — the calming brain chemical. This is also a great snack to eat during the night if you awaken and can’t get back to sleep.
2. Two tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar mixed with 10 to 12 ounces of water relieves burning from acid reflux that may prevent sleep. Additionally, arthritis and fibromyalgia pain may lessen or disappear after alkalizing with this drink.
3. Mix half a teaspoon of baking soda with eight ounces of water and drink before bedtime as a sleep aid and soothe gout pain.
4. Raw honey, high in potassium and other nutrients, helps to alkalize the body and nourish the brain, causing relaxation and sleep. It relieves acid reflux and will help you get back to sleep if you awaken early. Drizzle some on whole grain toast with a glass of warm milk for the perfect bedtime snack to sleep better.
5. Eat apple slices dipped in raw honey to relieve heartburn, fill your stomach, and relax before sleep.
6. Relieve arthritis, fibromyalgia and headache pain that may interfere with sleep by drinking a mixture of cream of tartar and water before bed. Add half a teaspoon of cream of tartar to eight ounces of water, stir and drink. The body naturally becomes more acidic at night, and this drink helps alkalize and reduce pain. Additionally, if you’re anxious, nervous or having difficulties breathing, a glass of this mixture should calm you down and allow better sleep.
7. If fibromyalgia or other muscularskeletal pains cause insomnia, eat several slices of pineapple before bed to sleep better. Pineapple contains the digestive enzyme bromelain that relieves stiffness and muscle aches, and reduces inflammation.
8. Calcium and magnesium promote sleep. Eat a snack before bed that’s high in calcium and magnesium, such as whole grain crackers with raw milk cheese, warm milk, yogurt, kefir, almonds, sesame seeds, Brazil nuts, or cashews, and black strap molasses. Sleep better after a green smoothie including kale, collards or dandelion greens with yogurt and honey for a cooling bedtime snack during summer.
9. Herbal teas such as those made with chamomile or Valerian root can help relieve insomnia and promote better sleep; however, too much of either of these herbs can actually do just the opposite and cause agitation, anxiety, irritability and insomnia.
10. Wild lettuce helps relieve headaches, anxiety and joint pain that may interfere with a good night’s sleep. It has a calming effect that relieves restlessness and anxiety and may even help soothe restless leg syndrome.
NOTE: Whatever Medical Treatment you choose not gonna help, and Whatever Natural Protocol you choose, you have to change your Diet, No Sugars or Sweeteners at all, No process foods, Not much Carbs are vital.