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Information on treatment cures and home remedies to releive insomnia, including diet, exercise and herbal treatments.
- Lemon Balm tea serves as a sedative and an effective stomach soother. The tea is best made from two to four teaspoons of the herb dried and infused in a cup of boiling water.
- Take hops, lobelia, passion flower, skullcap, or valerian to aid relaxation and for a calming effect.
- Curd is also useful in insomnia. The patient should take plenty of curd and massage it on the head. This will induce sleep.
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- 2 tsp of fenugreek leaves juice with 1 tsp of honey at bed times daily
- Milk is very valuable in insomnia. A glass of milk, sweetened with honey, should be taken every night before going to bed in treating this condition. It acts as a tonic and a tranquilliser. Massaging the milk over the soles of the feet has also been found effective.
- A few hours before bedtime take Kava kava. Reduces stress, tension, anxiety and relaxes muscles. It helps to fall asleep deeper and to rest more.
- Teas made of passionflower, skullcap, lemon balm, catnip, lady's slipper root, peach leaf, birch leaf, chamomile, hawthorn, or wild cherry bark have calming effects.
- Follow a regular sleep schedule. Go to bed and rise at the same time every day.
- Mix 2 tsp of honey to 1 glass of warm water. Drink just before sleeping. Give half the amount to babies it will help put them to sleep.
- Take a bath with a little basil in the water to help relax before bed.
- Gently massage the soles of the feet with sesame oil. Rub oil into the scalp.
- Avoid caffeine. Beverages such as coffee, cappuccino and soda can make it difficult to fall asleep, especially in the hours leading up to bedtime.
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