I have a sleep disorder. How can I deal without resorting to drugs?

Answer:


There are several things you can do to encourage sleep. On a practical note, here are a few things to try:

Get up and go to bed at the same time every night.

Keep your room dark and somewhat cool.

Make sure your mattress and pillow gives good support and are comfortable.

Establish a bedtime routine - a relaxing bath or shower, a hot cup of herbal chamomile tea, whatever winds you down. This prepares you physically and mentally for sleep.

Avoid alcohol, caffeine, exercise, or other stimulants or depressants before bedtime.

Avoid TV shows that stimulate you mentally.

For some, a sleep machine that plays peaceful sounds or music is helpful, especially if there is noise you cannot block out.

In addition to these suggestions, if you are having trouble turning your brain off at night, or are experiencing stress, consider taking a natural milk based anti-anxiety supplement made from milk called PNT 200. It is non-addictive and has no contraindications or side effects. It binds to the GABA receptors of your brain blocking the secretion of cortisol, the stress hormone.

Take along with this some Tart Montmorency Cherry Concentrate, an ounce at bedtime along with your PNT 200. This helps to restore melatonin in your pineal gland, which helps to provide deep restorative sleep.

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