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How to improve your sleep and insomnia 100% drug free (the natural way)

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How to improve your sleep and insomnia 100% drug free (the natural way)

How to Improve Your Sleep and Insomnia 100% Drug-Free (The Natural Way)

If you suffer from insomnia or poor-quality sleep, you’ll know that it can impact every aspect of your life. From spending your days fighting fatigue to nights filled with anxiety about getting to sleep, it’s ever-present.

And that’s not all. Poor sleep can lead to weight gain and increase your risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and type 2 diabetes.

Your partner will be sure to suffer too if you are waking in the night and disrupting their sleep.

Maybe you have tried a course of drugs from your doctor but don’t like the side effects and feel groggy in the morning.

Overwhelming feedback from the industry is that consumers would prefer a drug-free option but feel that natural means ineffective. If only there was a 100% drug-free and natural way to promote better sleep and help break the cycle of insomnia!

In this article, we will look at exactly that — how to improve your sleep cycle and reset your body so every night is a restful one. We’ll also take a look at the different types of sleep disorders and their symptoms, and the issues around relying on drugs to help with your lack of sleep.

What Are Sleep Disorders?

The term “sleep disorders” describes a number of different conditions that affect either your ability to fall asleep or the quality of sleep you experience.

While all of us have experienced the occasional disrupted night or bout of insomnia, a sleeping disorder describes having difficulties with sleep on a regular basis and the impact this has on your day-to-day life, along with your overall health and wellbeing.


Insomnia is a condition where you find it hard to fall asleep or stay asleep. It can be caused by a wide range of factors, including jet lag, chronic or acute stress, or changes in your hormone levels — for example, if you are a woman going through menopause.

It can be described as:

  • Chronicif it occurs regularly over the course of a month
  • Intermittent if it happens just once in a while 
  • Transientif it happens for a few nights only

As we’ve seen, by night, the symptoms will be an inability to get to sleep or stay asleep. By day, sufferers are likely to experience fatigue, difficulty concentrating, and may also gain weight.


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