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Insomnia is a critical condition occurred due to number of factors including health issues to psychological factors.

Insomnia is the growing sleep disorder worldwide up to 40-45% in adults with temporary and in 20-30% with acute or chronic sleep disorder. It shows the importance of the changing life styles, environmental conditions and work life impacting on the relaxation and rest of the individuals leading to health issues. When the sleep disorder is occurred due to conditions other than medical issues then the remedial measures should be very useful instead running for drugs.

Here are some natural food remedies on whose consumption we can help to cure insomnia and get restful sleep……TRY them..[divider]

Chamomile Tea

1. Chamomile Tea

Chamomile tea consumption though not scientifically proven useful to reduce insomnia but the warm cup of this herbal tea relaxes the body and mind and helps to sedate the tense nervous system. There by helping the individual to doze off from the troubles and issues causing to sleepless conditions.[divider]almonds

2. Almonds

Almonds are the excellent sources of magnesium which is a natural relaxant and have anti stress properties acts as a best sleeping agent. Consumption of almonds helps the body to improve its efficiency to sleep and relaxation of the total body. It also useful to refresh the body and feels concentrated throughout the day from children to elders.[divider]turkey

3. Turkey

Turkey is different meat comparing with the red meat or others as it is rich in tryptophan an amino acid that acts as a relaxant as its release body produces more serotonin which helps to relax the body and brain central nervous system. Consumption of turkey in dinner helps to sleep unless other meats causing acid reflexes.[divider]honey

4. Honey

Honey the other tryptophan rich food that can help to proper digestion of carbohydrates and stimulating the release of serotonin that induce the sleep of the individuals. Consuming honey with a warm cup of tea or water prior to bed helps to relax the body and mind by giving a sound night sleep and a fresh start up of the day.[divider]tart cherries-arogyamasthu

5. Cherries

Cherries are other food sources that are linked mostly to improve the body relaxation and sleep. Drinking tart cherry juice for a week shows the prominent results in elevated production of sleep hormones as well as experiences improved sound sleep with efficient body relaxation.[divider]bananas

6. Banana

Bananas are the rich sources of vitamin B6 that can induce the production of serotonin in high amounts and helps to get sound sleep. Bananas are the ancient remedies used for getting good sleep and are followed in households since ages with its huge amounts of magnesium, potassium and tryptophan acting as a magical trio of sleep boosters. Eating banana induces good sleep including recharging the body and also helps to get relief from the indigestion troubles.[divider]green veggies-arogyamasthu

7. Green veggies

Greens are the rich sources of all required vitamins and minerals and also prime sources of magnesium. Green veggies like spinach, broccoli, coriander and cabbage helps the body to get good amounts of magnesium that induces the release of serotonin the sleep hormones that relaxes the body and mind to get sound sleep. Consuming these veggies during dinner also helps to reduce the constipation, anxiety and cramps other troubles causing insomnia.[divider]velerian root

8. Valerian root

Valerian root is usually used in concoction, tea or tincture form that helps to sleep and relaxation of the body during ages in Greece and Rome. It acts as a sedative and its antioxidant properties helps to reduces the anxiety, stress and proven to improve the quality of sleep in men and women. Especially it is more beneficial to the women suffering with menopause and sleep disorders.[divider]

There we get the few magical veggies that can induce sleep and reduce various forms of Insomnia. TRY them to SLEEP well.

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