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Top 7 Home Remedies for Sleep Disorders

Home Remedies for Sleep Disorder

A good sleep is an important part of our life. Everyone experiences trouble sleeping once in a life. But in some case, people are suffering from a continuous sleep disorder which is normally called as insomnia. It can be due to stress, workload, medicinal effects, illness, pain, and other factors. Some of the most common sleep disorders are:

  • Insomnia
  • Narcolepsy
  • Night terror
  • Bed Wetting
  • Sleep apnea
  • Nocturnal bruxism
  • Sleep walking
  • Restless legs syndrome

If you are not able to take proper sleep and facing persistent trouble in sleeping then you should see a doctor to find out the main cause behind it. Sleeping is very essential for overall physical and mental health. If you are not getting your sleep for even a day then it will change your mood and also trouble your overall health. You may feel tired for the whole day and cannot concentrate on your work properly. So if you don't get the recommended seven hours of sleep each night, there can be serious consequences in the workplace. Along with all the nutrients and proper healthy diet, a good sleep can also help to improve your fitness and health.

Home Remedies for Sleep Disorders

You should make some changes in your daily life that will help you to overcome this problem. We are here provides some natural home remedies for treatment of insomnia and sleep disorder. These home remedies are very effective and help you fall asleep and stay asleep longer.

1. Epsom Salt

Epsom salt is not actually salt but it's a naturally occurring pure mineral compound which contains magnesium and sulfate in it. Magnesium and sulfide in Epsom salt can be easily absorbed by the body. Its qualities and benefits are quite different from regular salt. According to the Ayurvedic point of view, Epsom salt is salty and slightly sweet in taste, cold in potency and light, unctuous in qualities. Due to its cold potency, its helps to pacify the Pitta dosha, along with this it also balances the Kapha and Vata dosha in our body. Magnesium and sulfate in Epsom salt help to calm the nervous system. To get relief from stress add one cup of Epsom salt in your warm bathtub. Soak your body in a bathtub for about 20-25 minutes. Repeat this 2-3 times a week.

2. Lavender Oil

Lavender oil act as an aromatic scent which provides a calming effect on your body. Lavender oil contains both psychological as well as physiological properties. It has antifungal, antibacterial, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antidepressant, calmative, antiseptic, antispasmodic and sedative properties. This oil helps you to distract your mind from the situation that can trigger an anxiety attack. So ultimately it reduces the sign and symptom of anxiety and sleep disorder. Put 2-3 drops of oil on your hand and mix it with some drops of olive oil, massage the mixture of oil on your shoulder, back and neck. You can also rub it on your temple and on the bottom of each foot before going to bed.

3. Warm Milk

Drinking a glass of warm milk before your bedtime helps you to enjoy sound sleep. Milk is a rich source of calcium which helps to regulate the melatonin production in your body. Melatonin plays a very crucial role in sleep disorder. It is basically a hormone which is made by the pineal gland. So you should take one glass of warm milk and add a half teaspoon of cinnamon powder, and little honey to it. Drink it before one hour of your sleep.

4. Bananas

Bananas shows the a very good effect on sleep disorder. It helps to increase the serotonin level in your body. The main factor behind the increased production of serotonin is tryptophan. It's an amino acid which increases the automatically raise the level of serotonin in your body and regulate the sleep pattern in your body. Along with this property, bananas are also a very good source of magnesium and potassium that helps to promote sleep. Add one banana daily in your diet, one hour before your bedtime. You can also make banana shake by adding milk to it.

5. Chamomile

This is one of best herb which has the ability to soothe an anxious kapha mind. Due to its aromatic property, it relaxes and refreshes your nervous system. Ayurveda believes that all disease begins in the digestive tract so your food should be healthy and fresh. Chamomile aromatic taste helps to dry up the mucus in the gastrointestinal tract and promote the proper digestion in your stomach and provide relief from stomach disturbance which is also one of the reasons for a sleep disorder. A warm cup of chamomile tea one hour before your bedtime will help to relax your mind and nerves. To make a cup of chamomile tea, mix 3 teaspoons of dried chamomile in one cup of warm water. Strain it and add one teaspoon of honey and pinch of cinnamon powder to it. Mix them well and drink it daily for better sleep.

6. Valerian Root

Valerian can also help to promote better sleep and relax your mind. It is famous due to its anxiolytic, sedative and anticonvulsant properties. These properties of Valerian root helps to induce relaxation and deep sleep. It is used to cure problems such as anxiety, sleep disorder, menopausal symptoms, headache, and high blood pressure. Add one tablespoon of valerian root powder in one cup of hot water. Leave it for 15 minutes, strain and add some honey to it. Drink it before your bedtime.

7. Coconut Oil

This is one of most common home remedy for a sleep disorder. According to naturopathic practitioners, massaging your body with coconut oil can help you to sleep better and it also relaxes your body. Take some warm coconut oil in your hand and rub the oil gently on your neck, shoulder, bottom of feet and on back. Massage this oil in a circular motion this will definitely provide relief to your nerves and muscles.

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