Treatment of Insomnia by Herbs
Insomnia is a chronic inability to sleep or remain in sleep for a sufficient length of time. Waking up in middle of the night and having difficulty in sleeping back again are effects from insomnia. This problem can be occasionally, temporary or chronic.
The ideal time of sleep of a person is about 8 hours. This is the average time of sleep. On the other hand, some people only have four to five hours of sleep and some may need nine to ten hours of sleep.
Herbs are being used for many years as substitute treatment. Researchers are trying to find out the mystery behind these herbs.
Treatments of insomnia by herbs have depressant effects on the nerve system. Common herbs used for insomnia are catnip, elderberry flower, and kava. Different types of vitamins like B, D and minerals pyridoxine niacin and thiamine are present in herbs and are very useful for the treatment on insomnia.
Catnip is used as a tea in treating insomnia. The complete catnip plant is used for this function. This plant is also safe for children. Catnip is being used in the reduction of fever, stomach problems, and sedative distress.
Sambucus nigra is scientific name of elderberry flowers. This is used for the treatment of insomnia in the form of tea. This is not advised for pregnant woman as it can be dangerous to mother and fetus.
Kava kava is also known as Piper methysticum. Kava kava has ingredients that are helpful in treating insomnia. It increases sleep timings, reduces sleep disorder by eliminating insomnia causes.
Melissa officinalis is a scientific name of Lemon Balm. The nervous disorder is treated by lemon balm. It is also used with other herbs like passionflower and hops.
Not having a good night sleep regularly, effects on your mood as well as your passion and energy level. It may affect on body immune system and health. Exhaustion, caused by a lack of sleep, either you are young or old, takes you to weakened mental attentiveness and powerlessness to contemplate.