Sleep is very vital for our psychological and physiological health. Before finding the solution for sleep deprivation, we need to find the source of sleep problem.
Average person sleep seven hours a night. This can change with your age and gender.
Consuming alcohol, excessive body weight, stress, some drugs, excessive coffee and caffeinated tea upset your biologic clock, as well as consuming less water, psychological or physiogical disorders, changing hormone levels can be further causes. Recently, technology has become one of the main causes of sleepless nights. In our modern lives, we browse nearly everything online and we all try to keep up with the technological life style, such as movies, online shopping, texting, keeping up with social media 7/24 etc.
Our life actually depends on our sleep cycle. We can live without eating proper meals but we can not live without proper sleep, it will cause big health problems.
Good sleep cycle can increase your body fat burning ability. You can lose more weight while you are sleeping. Also good sleep can help to regulate insulin level, and is good for your immune system as well.
Homeopathic remedies are selected by person's individual symptoms.
A miasmatic tendency (predisposition/susceptibility) is also often taken into account for the treatment of chronic conditions.
I will list some useful homeopathic remedies for sleep deprivation but always consult with your registered homeopath for better results.
General tips for good night sleep:
Avoid late night caffeine - including tea and some drugs(usually pain killers has caffeine)
Avoid eating late
Prepare your bedroom - dark room, nicely fresh aired room, maybe relaxing, gentle, smooth music, and put on a couple drops of lavender oil on your pillow or use a diffuser
Instead of watching TV or surfing on the laptop, read something relaxing
Go to bed everyday in a same time
Coffea is very good remedy for sleepless nights. Homeopathy has likes cure likes principles, and it will help to cure sleepless condition.(homeopathic version of the coffee)
Constant ideas, working mind, constant, vivid thoughts. Restless, nervous energy.
Waking up at 3-4am. Constant yawning during day time. Worse with drugs and alcohol.
Restless and sleepless from excessive work. Convulsion. Sleeplessness for infant, elderly people.
Taking a nap and waking up constantly. Frequent waking from feeling too hot. Sleepy all night, sleepless after midnight.
Frequent yawning and sighing. Sleeplessness from loss and grief. Jerking.