Many of us are looking for ways to fall asleep without having to resort to medications. The morning fogginess of some sleep aids leaves us walking around in a stupor until mid-morning and no one likes that feeling. So here are a few natural recipes you can try to ensure a better night sleep for you and your loved ones.
Tart Cherry Juice & Vanilla: Tart cherries are rich in melatonin the hormone responsible for helping you get a great nights sleeps. Melatonin helps regulate the sleep wake cycle in the human body. Vanilla is a great relaxing aromatherapy that will help you relax before bedtime. In the morning pour yourself about 5-8 ounces of tart cherry juice and drink it in its entirety. At night 1 hour to half an hour before bed repeat, adding a drop or 2 of vanilla if you desire.
Fresh Brewed Chamomile & Lavender Tea: In research chamomile has been shown to produce a mild sedative effective much life the drug Xanax. As it binds to the GABA receptors in the brain it helps the body to relax and enter a calming state. For centuries it has been known that lavender does indeed have relaxing properties .Recent studies have shown that just the smelling of lavender causes a change in brain wave patterns that induce a relaxing state.
Warm Milk: So drinking warm milk is not an old wives tale. Warm milk contains the chemical tryptophan. Your body uses tryptophan to produce 5-HTP, a compound which is then used to manufacture serotonin and melatonin, two important mood and sleep-regulating neurotransmitters. This in turn producing a calm and relaxed state.
So try anyone of these drinks before bedtime tonight and get a great nights sleep. None of these drinks contain any alcohol or medications to help you relax. All 100% natural with no side effects.Click Here To Read The Full Article.
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