Everything You Need to Know About Helping Insomnia

Most of us have experienced a restless night when you can not switch your brain off to sleep. However, for some people, this is a regular event – without "rhyme or reason" for the contributors to this insomnia. From a medical point of view, sleeping pills are the "answer". 

From a natural point of view, there are many reasons for insomnia that may occur and we can get rid of insomnia, depression or anxiety via following some tips and these are:

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Serotonergic Deficit:

Serotonin is a brain chemical that determines your sleep and wake cycle. Much depleted serotonin levels leading to deficiency symptoms such as insomnia, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. It can also happen to those who are on a low-carbohydrate diet high in protein because we need carbohydrates to help produce serotonin. 

Mineral Deficiencies: 

The minerals magnesium and calcium are involved with major help such as unwind and relax more easily. Calcium coats nerves in the body and a deficiency of this vital mineral us "jump to sounds" and be sensitive to noise. 

Magnesium is involved in the contraction and relaxation of muscles in the body and a lack of which contributes to symptoms such as muscle cramps, spasms, leg syndrome rest, flicks eyes and an inability to close your brain at night to be able to sleep well. 

Adrenal Exhaustion:

This is a common problem and this happens when we do not eat quite regularly throughout the day and then use stimulants such as tea and coffee to give us a boost, rather than food. This process often occurs in people who do not eat any breakfast, which then has a drink containing caffeine in the morning. They can grab something quick for lunch that is high in fat and carbohydrates, but low in protein.