Three Tips to Falling Asleep Naturally
Sleeping pills can be very addictive, so it is important to fall asleep naturally without medications.
Here are 3 tips that may help you fall asleep naturally:
- Avoid blue light 2 hours before bed. Blue light can be coming from your TV, computer, or cell phone. More people are realizing that blue light may affect sleep patterns. Some devices have an option to turn off the blue light. Glasses are also available to block blue light in the evenings while looking at the computer or watching TV.
- Slow down before going to bed. Some people do this without even thinking about this – others do not. Winding down a couple of hours before you go to sleep will signal the body go to sleep. Cortisol levels may affect a person’s ability to slow down. If you get a second wind or a burst of energy before bedtime, then you may need to address cortisol levels with holistic healing techniques.
- Natural supplements to help fall asleep. There are many supplements on the market for sleeplessness. Our clinic has created a supplement HEALTH RESOLUTIONS BRAIN FORMULA. This functional formula has helped many patients quiet the mind and mind chatter before bed. Many patients are able to fall asleep with this supplement without using other products that may have side-effects.
Another benefit of HEALTH RESOLUTIONS BRAIN FORMULA is that it does not cause drowsiness in the morning.
HEALTH RESOLUTIONS BRAIN FORMULA supports the nervous system and hormonal system. Many patients actually have more energy from taking this supplement.
We hope this has helped. If you have questions about what may naturally help you fall asleep, please call the Health Resolutions Treatment Center at 707 527-7710.
We offer a free screening or a phone consultation for people looking for a natural way to resolve functional issues in the body to restore health. You can now make an appointment on-line here.
Dr. Cindy Zafis, DC, DACACD has used several holistic healing techniques for allergy relief since 1995 in Sonoma County. One technique is NAET.
Dr. Zafis, DC, DACACD does do a specific food sensitivity test in her office and supports patients with allergy relief for food sensitivities & pollens, skin issues, digestive issues, headaches, fatigue, coughing, menopause symptoms, and perimenopause symptoms.
She has a Diplomate from the American College of Addictionology & Compulsive Disorders and offers holistic therapies for anxiety and dependency issues.
Call the office for a 15-minute free consultation and food sensitivity test in our office. To make an appointment, call (707) 527-7710 or click here to make an appointment on-line.
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