Natural Remedies for Insomnia

Have you been sleeping badly in the past few nights, or worse, not able to sleep a wink on some nights? Don't you dread those sleepless nights?

You flop heavily into bed after an awfully exhausted day. But your active mind refuses to rest. You keep rewinding today's events. You're worried about tomorrow's work. You cannot stop new ideas racing through your mind.

You lie there staring at the ceiling in the dark for what seems like a long time, unable to sleep.

Just when you finally drift off to slumberland (or worse, you didn't catch a wink at all), your alarm clock goes off and... it's time to reluctantly drag yourself off the bed. How tiring!

You are not alone. Experiencing hateful sleepless nights now and then is pretty common. But if you suffer from having trouble falling asleep consistently for 3 or more nights in a week, you're in for a severe sleep disorder – insomnia.

Imagine you manage to sack out but you tend to wake up frequently during the night with difficulty falling back to sleep. And you feel tired, listless, irritable and sluggish the next day. That also signifies insomnia.

What Cause Insomnia?

Insomnia doesn't come uninvited – there must be a cause for it to turn up at your bed step. Scan through the below points ...read more »

How to Stop Late Night Eating?

Do you crave snack late at night even though you don't feel hungry at all? You just want to have something sweet to nibble on, right?

You're not alone. I was like that too, especially when I stayed up late burning the midnight oil working on projects or watching my favorite late night TV programs.

Actually, eating snacks isn't a bad thing at all. But late night eating is definitely bad. It can evoke hormonal disorder, lead to insulin resistance and cause weight gain which can turn into diabetes or other nightmarish health problems.

To prevent my health from getting into a fix, I managed to beat my bad habits and stop late night snacking effectively. Now I'm sharing the techniques and strategies here and hope you'll find them useful.

1. Eat a Satisfying Dinner

A satisfying meal at dinner can help curb your cravings for late night snacking. By satisfying, I don't mean BIG portion but rather, a balanced (containing adequate carbs, fat and protein), nutrient-dense and fiber-rich meal that will put your true hunger off till the next morning.

Make sure you choose ...read more »