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By Siddharth Singh . 19th July 2019 10:00am

Chronic sleep disorders aren’t uncommon. When you suffer from a sleep disorder, this means that you are unable to get the quality sleep that’s long enough. You may think you are sleeping, but you aren’t well-rested enough, which makes you weak during the rest of the day. Common examples of sleep disorders are insomnia, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy.

 If you are one of those suffering from sleep disorders, it can be very tempting to do everything you can and in your power to improve your sleeping conditions. It is best, however, that you still choose eco-friendly and natural ways to conquer your sleep disorders. That said, here’s a list of the best and most natural ways you can combat your sleep disorders:

Have a glass of warm milk

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A glass of warm milk before bedtime has often been found to aid in better sleep. To make things even more sustainable for the environment, you can choose to go for plant-sources of warm milk, such as soy, almond, and rice milk. Of these three, almond milk is an excellent source of calcium, which helps in the production of melatonin in the body. Melatonin aids in letting you sleep better.

Opt for an eco-friendly mattress

Your mattress has an effect on your sleep. This is precisely why it is recommended that you put as much effort and importance on making your house as comfortable as it can be during renovations. One of the best ways for you to achieve this is by selecting the best eco-friendly mattress for your home.

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Despite the added costs of choosing organic mattresses, all these costs are worth it. The natural materials found in it, such as wool, are also natural sources that can help regulate temperature. With this, your bed becomes more comfortable to sleep in, as it can adapt to the varying temperatures that you might go through in a year.

Do’s and don’ts before bedtime

Relaxation techniques before bedtime refer to breathing deeply and thoroughly. Close your eyes and take long, deep breaths. As you do this, think of positive thoughts or happy memories. Especially when the lights are dim, you are setting your body naturally on sleep mode.

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It is important for you to relax your body before bedtime. One of the most common mistakes people tend to commit nowadays is to use gadgets before bedtime, wherein relaxation is often neglected. Especially if you’ve already had a long day at work, you need to condition your body and mind that now is finally the time to wind down.

Oil therapy

 Did you know that essential oils have been around for many years now? Essential oils have been used everywhere from diffusers to cosmetics, household cleaners and for many other purposes. It is just in this day and age that they have reached popularity beyond compare. Essential oils are one of the most eco-friendly ways for you to combat sleep disorders. However, you have to ensure that the essential oils you are using are 100% pure, and aren’t mixed with any chemicals.

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For sleeping, you can rely on lavender essential oils, for instance. There are many ways you can use this:

·         Diffuse your lavender essential oil

·         Mix your lavender essential oil in a warm bath

·         Create your own room linen spray that has lavender essential oil as its primary ingredient.


Change your diet

Did you know that changing your diet works as a win-win not just for you, but for the environment as well? Especially for dinner, it is recommended that you focus on having light meals. There is no need for you to eat heavy meals at night when all you are going to do is wind down and sleep.

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A heavy stomach also increases your chances of heartburn, which can make you have a hard time sleeping. For dinner meals, try to skip animal-based sources. Perhaps you can have oatmeal, fruits or salads. All you need is a little bit of food intake to last you through the night until breakfast.