Can’t sleep? Find out how to get to sleep easier and for longer by making 3 simple lifestyle changes.
In this short video I’m going to share three bad habits that may be stopping you from sleeping.
These are habits largely ignored by mainstream medicine. But if they are avoided could save millions of people from a dangerous reliance on sleeping pills.
My name’s Gareth Churchill and I’m a natural health researcher for Erudite Lifestyle magazine.
On our website we share the latest breakthroughs in alternative medicine and expose the bogus claims.
When it comes to insomnia, there are many ways of relaxing your brain and body naturally without needing pharmaceutical drugs to dull your mind.
My first tip is to boost your body’s levels of Melatonin.
Melatonin is known as the ‘sleep hormone’ and is what triggers the drowsiness you need for sleep.
You can boost your melatonin levels naturally from the sunshine simply by going for a walk in your lunch break.
My next tip is to eat plenty of green leafy vegetables.
This is because they contain magnesium which was found in a study of 46 patients to increase their sleep time and sleep quality.
My third tip will give you another reason to take a digital detox from your phone.
It is believed that the blue screen technology of smartphones prevents your body from producing melatonin, the sleep hormone.
So put your smartphone in a drawer an hour before bedtime and read a book instead to help relax your mind.
In this video I’ve shared just 3 tips on improving the quality of your sleep.
In a longer article I share lots more, along with the latest breakthroughs in sleep science.
This includes the discovery of a type of “sleep shampoo’’ that cleanses the brain of toxins when we sleep and is vital to a healthily functioning mind as we get older.
I also reveal the possible link between sleeping pills and dementia.
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I hope you find our information helpful in getting more hours of rejuvenating sleep so you feel more energized, alert and happier in your daily life.
Thanks for watching and have a great day.
Disclaimer – Statements made in this video have not been evaluated or approved by the Federal Drug Administration. Individual results vary and results discussed in these materials are not necessarily typical or average results. Some of the discussions of results are based on anecdotal reports or individuals’ personal experiences, not necessarily representative of typical results and, in some cases, representative of exceptional results. You should never make changes to your medication without speaking to your doctor. The information provided is not a replacement for professional medical advice.