Fast-paced lifestyles, unregulated eating, stress in the workplace and lack of exercise may be some of the causes of the growing insomnia problems.
The difficulty in falling asleep and frequent nocturnal awakenings should not be underestimated! On the occasion of March 18, World Sleep Day , Ecosalute gives you some tips for sleeping well :
- Try to establish a time to go to bed and a time to get up, to be respected except for exceptions.
- Pay attention to what you eat and drink 2/3 hours before going to bed. Avoid heavy foods, caffeine, and alcohol.
- A hot shower before going to bed relaxes the respiratory muscles and mucous membranes by affecting sleep control mechanisms.
- Try to stave off negative thoughts, postpone any discussions and relax by reading a good book or listening to good music.
- TV is a light source that inhibits the release of melatonin, the hormone that regulates the sleep-wake cycle. Try to turn it off at least half an hour before going to bed.
Nature comes to your aid with precious minerals and herbal remedies:
- The Magnesium Chloride acts on the nervous system as a tonic. A deficiency produces nervousness and type II insomnia, characterized by regular falling asleep, but with frequent nocturnal awakenings and therefore a feeling of tiredness in the morning, to which states of anxiety, anguish and hyperemotivism can be added. A regular intake of Magnesium helps to find a restful and deep sleep from the first days.
- There Rhodiola Rosea promotes the production of serotonin to balance sleep disorders. It is particularly valuable in all seasonal changes, periods of the year when the body is put to the test by climatic and light variations.