Treat Insomnia And Your Dreams Can Come True

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Sleep is as important to your health as a healthy diet and regular physical activity. Whatever your reason for sleep loss, insomnia can affect you both mentally and physically.
Lady Suffering From Insomnia
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Enemy Of Quality Of Life

Nothing like a good night’s sleep every night to be full of energy and thus face our daily tasks and objectives.

Let’s see how a person can have insomnia for different reasons:

Any of these reasons can be solved with natural methods.

Do you need some free advise on how to do this program?


The fact of not being able to sleep, or waking up in the middle of the night, and not being able to go back to sleep, is called insomnia when it occurs frequently.

Excessive consumption of alcohol and caffeine is one of the most common causes. But daily worries are also an important cause.

Other causes that we can name are the usual ones:

Melatonin is a hormone that directly affects our sleep.

Regulates body functions 24 hours a day. It regulates essential functions such as heart rate or blood pressure.


Melatonin is manufactured in the pineal gland. It is small, about the size of a grain of rice, and is located in the brain. The release of melatonin is regulated by the hypothalamus.

This is the control center of the organism. The hypothalamus creates hormones that will stimulate other glands.

The relationship between insomnia and this gland is very close. A malfunction of this gland can scupper a good sleep.

The thing works like this: The hypothalamus gets data on how much sunlight is absorbed by the eye. Therefore darkness causes the hypothalamus to stimulate the amount of melatonin, while daylight causes it to be reduced.

Definitely melatonin helps in certain kinds of insomnia successfully. It is known that the amount of melatonin goes less with age.

Lack of minerals

This is the key point in many cases, the lack of minerals.
They are so indispensable that their lack directly affects our nervous system. This is reflected physically with anxiety, irritability, and insomnia.

The deficiencies of minerals that today we find in a high percentage of the population are caused by the disastrous food that is taken.

Acidifying and Intoxication

And the situation is getting worse as most of the foods consumed produce great acidification and further intoxicate generating an increase in the consumption of minerals, which are deposited in the bones mostly, and which the body uses to reduce the acidity.

This causes a great lack of minerals and leads to a lot of stress and nervousness in people.

A good natural health program

We have a program to improve and help in cases of insomnia, all in a natural way either due to lack of melatonin, hormonal system, or lack of minerals.

Do you need some free advise on how to do this program?


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