Best Sleep Aids and Natural Remedies for A Good Night’s Sleep
If you are having a hard time sleeping at night, you will find restful sleep resources, tips and tools along
with holistic health products for restful sleep.
We also have some excellent resources to help you de-stress, and get a good night’s sleep so you will be ready
to greet each day with a happy outlook.
Natural Sleep Formulas
De-stress, turn off the mind, and drift into the peaceful slumber you desire without sacrificing your clear
head in the morning, or your dream time at night.
You will love reading about Native Remedy’s natural sleep aids SerenitePlus and
PureCalm. Those who are suffering with stress, depression, or restlessness will appreciate these
Binaural Beat Helps You Relax and Need Less Sleep
Power Siesta –
Learn How to Take a Power Nap
By listening to this program you can regain three hours of lost sleep in just thirty minutes.
It is possible to recover from lost sleep that fast while sitting back with your headphones!
This program is designed with a binaural beat recording that utilizes special frequencies that assist you
in relaxing. You actually reduce your sleep requirements and still wake up bright and alert.
Those who have small children who keep them awake really appreciate this program after a sleepless night!
More Natural Sleep Aids and Destressors
Potions, teas, vitamins, drinks, massages and herbal baths are helpful in inducing a good nights sleep:
Aromatherapy and Calming Bath Herbs: Take a warm bath using essential oils, such
as blends with Sandalwood, Ylang ylang, lavender, Rose, Jasmine, German and Roman chamomile.
One of my favorites is a combination of Sandalwood, Patchouli, Lavender, Orange, Ylang Ylang, Rosewood, and
Sleep Tinctures: Try a sleep remedy with Lemon Balm. This herb acts as a sedative
which also has the effects of elevating moods acting as an antidepressant. It is also very relaxing when
dealing with burn out, or when in stressful conditions. Lemon Balm helps with many other health conditions
and also has antiviral properties.
Calming Herbal Teas: Herbal teas are beneficial for many different conditions and
there are several excellent herbs that promote relaxation and can help you sleep at night. Try drinking herbal
teas throughout the day, and in the evening. Choose from:
- German Chamomile
- Passion Flower
- Lemon Balm
B Vitamins and Panthothenic Acid: Inositol is one of the B vitamins that is helpful in inducing sleep along with pantothenic acid. You
can try them separately or even together.
Natural Amino Acid: Most of us have heard that turkey contains tryptophan and so
does milk. Milk also contains calcium. This may be why those great thanksgiving dinners work so well at making
everyone sleepy! If you don’t have a bottle of tryptophan handy try eating a turkey sandwich and a warm glass
of milk an hour prior to bedtime and see if you don’t sleep better.
Natural Home Remedy for Sleeplessness
You can easily make an effective home sleeping potion, too. Just follow these easy directions.
- Valerian Tincture: 1 tbsp
- Apple cider Vinegar: 1 1/2 tsp
- Honey: 3 tbsp
- Hot Milk
About a half hour prior to bedtime mix the Valerian, Cider Vinegar and Honey together with a small amount
of hot milk, then add the rest and mix. If you are not ready to fall asleep in about an hour you can have
another dose, but don’t drink more than that or you may awaken in the middle of the night to use the restroom.
Foot Reflexology Treatment: This is another excellent way to sleep at night. You
can have someone massage the soles of your feet prior to bed with mustard oil! A foot reflexology treatment
can be quite relaxing and the mustard oil will help.
Free downloadable foot reflexology chart.
Sleep Apnea Symptoms
You may if you have some or all of the following symptoms:
- Mood Swings and Irritability
- Jerking limbs and tendency to kick during sleep
- Lack of motivation and signs of depression
- Need to sleep excessively during the daytime hours
- Fatigue during the daytime
- Symptoms of ADHD such as hyperactivity
- Headaches in the morning and red bloodshot eyes
- Frequent use of the bathroom during the night
- Acid Reflux and heartburn
- Night thirst and waking up tired
- Concentration and Memory problems
- Difficulty with motor skills