Sleepless? You’re not Alone

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Sleepless? You’re not Alone

Nothing feels more lonely than being wide awake when you should be sleeping. The hustle and bustle of the world (at least your side of it) slows to a whisper, the streets are empty and dark, even the wind no longer rustles the trees. Surely everyone else is sleeping peacefully while you toss and turn or walk the floors. Your thoughts are a whirlwind. And you wonder, after yet another sleepless night, how will you ever make it through the next day?

The truth is you are not alone. Up to 60 million would-be sleepers in America suffer from long-term insomnia in any given year. And there’s no reason to believe that the world is sleeping any better. An Italian study found that 28 percent of participants had insomnia or sleep disorders. Anyone can have difficulty sleeping at night, but it becomes more likely if you are female and as you get older.

Some of the top reasons for not being able to sleep include excessive worry and depression. The effects of sleep deprivation often show up in other areas of life. If you have trouble sleeping, you’re more likely to be involved in a traffic or work accident. Billions of dollars are spent for medical care every year as people try to cure their inability to sleep well.

Looking for an answer at your pharmacy is not always the best plan. There are many natural remedies that are time-tested, potent solutions to the problem of insomnia. From aromatherapy to reflexology, natural cures provide real results that work harmoniously with your body. These alternative remedies are also in balance with your budget as well as nature.

People often find that making minor adjustments to their diet or developing a set of bedtime routines can make a huge difference in their ability to fall asleep. Curing your insomnia might be as simple as reducing your intake of some foods or adding new ones to your menu.

If you have just suffered through another sleepless night or even if you’re living through one right this minute, know that you are not alone. Millions of others have traveled this path before you. Some have found a natural option that can restore the natural rhythm of sleep without seeking out chemically manufactured products.

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