Monday, 26 August 2019



A lot of herbs are extremely useful as a natural sleep aid to help you fall asleep fast even when you suffer from chronic insomnia. Poor sleep can have negative effects on many parts of your body and brain, including learning, memory, mood, emotions, decreased sex drive, reduced work performance, increased accidents, and much, much more. So, Good sleep is incredibly important. It helps you feel good and makes your body and brain function properly. Some people have no problem falling asleep. However, many others have severe difficulty falling and staying asleep through the night. Most adults need at least 7-9 hours of sleep per night, but the majority of Americans are not reaching that goal.
Now, I will share a herbal tea remedy and 2 simple tips whom you can use in order to get asleep fast that will keep you away from all above-mentioned problems

Sleepy Herbal Tea remedy:

A soothing herbal tea of lemon balm, mint, fennel, licorice and flowers, this tea is a calming bedtime tea for small children (and grownups, too). If you're looking for a good source of organic and medicinal herbs for your homemade teas and tonics. 


  • 1 tablespoon dried lemon balm
  • 2 teaspoons dried peppermint
  • 1 teaspoon fennel seeds
  • 1 teaspoon dried rose petals
  • 1 teaspoon dried lavender flowers
  • 2 slices dried licorice root
  • honey (as needed)
  • heavy cream or milk (as needed)


  • Place a kettle of filtered water onto the stove and bring to a boil.
  • While the water comes to a boil, place herbs and spices into a mortar and crushes with a pestle until roughly combined. Transfer to a teapot, pour boiling water over the herbs and steep for three to five minutes.
  • Strain and serve with honey and cream, as you like it.

Best Tips To Getting Asleep Fast:

1. Exercise During The Day:
Physical activity is often considered beneficial to healthy sleep. Exercise can increase the duration and quality of sleep by boosting the production of serotonin in the brain and decreasing levels of cortisol, the stress hormone.
However, it is important to maintain a moderate-intensity exercise routine and not overdo it. Excessive training has been linked to poor sleep. The time of the day when you exercise is also critical. To promote better quality sleep, working out early in the morning appears to be better than working out later in the day.
Therefore, a moderate-to-vigorous exercise in the morning could significantly improve the quality and quantity of your sleep.

2. Avoid Naps During the Day:
Due to poor sleep at night, people with insomnia tend to be sleepy during the day. This often leads to daytime napping. While naps of short duration have been linked to improvements in alertness and wellbeing, there are mixed opinions about the effects of napping on nighttime sleep.
Some studies have shown that regular, long (two hours or more) and late naps may lead to poor nighttime sleep quality and even sleep deprivation. One study showed that among 440 college students, those who reported taking three or more naps per week, those who napped more than two hours and those who napped late (between 6 and 9 p.m.) had the poorest nighttime sleep quality.

Another study found that older adults who napped frequently had lower quality nighttime sleep, more depressive symptoms, more limited physical activity and were more likely to be overweight than those who rarely took a nap. Other studies have revealed that naps do not affect nighttime sleep.
To find out if naps are affecting your sleep, try either eliminating naps altogether or limiting yourself to a short nap (30 minutes or less) early in the day.

3. Masturbate (Sex) Just before going to Bed:
Research shows that during ejaculation and orgasm men & Women release a cocktail of brain chemicals, including norepinephrine, serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, nitric oxide (NO), and the hormone prolactin. Oxytocin is also thought to reduce stress levels, which again could lead to relaxation and sleepiness.