What to Do to Prevent Insomnia

What to Do to Prevent InsomniaGetting a little sleep may pose some real problem, indeed, let alone when you don’t get to sleep at all. Worse still is that if the condition continues, you may have to face the consequences of dealing with severe health problems.

Thus, notice your troubles in sleeps as quickly as you can. Never play with this sleepless condition and never get late in contacting your physician or doctor. As soon as you realize that you have troubles in sleeping, go and make your medical visit right away. The real problem with insomnia is that it could lead to another much more fatal syndrome! And certainly, you do not want any of these to happen to you at any moment.

Also, do not forget to check your regular diet, really. There have been many known causes of this sleepless condition and food is definitely one of them. So, making a careful check to what you have been eating in the last few days may really help you to get one nice rest at nights. Last but not least, though, do not forget to do more physical exercises. Of course, your body gets more tired, but as it does, you may have very little objection when you enter the bedroom.

Among the foods that banish insomnia we can include: 

1. Chamomile Tea – has sedative qualities, helps loosen nerve.

2. Honey – natural sedative, due to an ingredient called orexin. It helps the brain to relax and regulates sleep.

3. Eggs, soy, chicken, fish, peas – are rich in niacin (vitamin B3), a substance involved in the synthesis of serotonin. This neurotransmitter is involved in producing sleep.

4. Chicken and turkey meat – contains an amino acid that is converted into melatonin once entered the body, which is the sleep hormone. It is about tryptophan, and other foods where it can be found are brown rice, fish (especially tuna), pumpkin seeds, peas, yogurt, bananas and figs.

5. Potatoes, buckwheat, quinoa, millet, barley – carbohydrates favor the production of insulin, a substance necessary for the transport of tryptophan to the brain.

6. Broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts, chinese kale, endive – all contain magnesium, a mineral that relaxes muscles and the system nervous.

7. Green salad (lettuce) – it contains milky juice which is rich in lactucarium, an opium-like substance that induces sleep and relaxation.