If you want to have a good night’s sleep, We recommend reading Sleep Disorders: Clinically Proven Alternative Therapies To Help You Get a Good Night’s Rest by Herbert Ross, D.C., Keri Brenner, L.Ac., and Burton Goldberg. (Tiburon, CA: AlternativeMedicine.com Books, 2000). Before you can again enjoy the kind of sleep that children are blessed with, you need to know where your problems lie. It is helpful to examine your sleep habits, including such areas as your sleep history, your sleep environment, how many hours of sleep you get per night, difficulties getting to sleep, fatigue during the day, snoring or sleepwalking, dozing off while driving, exercise patterns, nutrition patterns, smoking and drinking habits, and history of sleep medications.
An unbalanced diet, as reflected in ailments such as insulin problems, food addictions, and hypoglycemia, often plays a role in sleep disorders.
So what can you do?
· Use detox diets and purifying colonics to cleanse the organs. Bacterial overgrowth in conditions like candidiasis and certain internal parasites can interfere with the intestine’s ability to rid itself of toxins which can disrupt sleep.
· Have a set bedtime and wake up time each day- even on weekends.
· Eat at least 3 hours before bedtime.
· Avoid TV, computers and phones, etc. an hour before bedtime.
· Ensure your room is less than 70 degrees and open your window.
· Avoid liquid a couple of hours before bedtime so you don’t have to get up at night.
· Exercise during the day; morning is best.
· If you have things on your mind, write them down before bedtime.
· Sleep in total darkness.
· Avoid caffeine and alcohol (caffeine can make it difficult to fall or stay asleep; alcohol will wake you early in the morning and keep you from the deep stages of sleep).
· Move electromagnetic objects (TVs, electric clocks, computers, portable and cell phones) at least 3 feet away from your bed. Check electromagnetic fields with a Gauss meter.
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