Can’t sleep?

An aid for insomnia.


Do you lie wide awake at night staring at the ceiling or the clock?
Do you find it difficult to fall asleep, no matter how tired you are?
Do you wake up frequently, and toss and turn with fidgety sleep?


You might be suffering with something called insomnia.


Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep, or the difficulty in staying asleep the whole night. This can leave you feeling unrested and unrestored from your night’s rest.


Not being able to sleep may be some of the most frustrating things out there. At Healthy U, we want to help whatever way we can. We have three simple solutions that you can start to try that may put your mind and body at ease to help you get some rest.


1. Practice Healthy Habits

a) Setting up a healthy bedtime routine can help condition and tell your body that it is time to sleep.

  • Things such as lighting candles, dim lighting, and a cool room can help.

b) Sticking to a similar time to sleep every night.

  • This can help your body know that it is time to settle down for the night, and helps to set a natural sleep cycle.

c) Turning of screens before bed.

  • It is recommended that you should not look at a screen at least 30 mins to an hour before going to bed should. The bright light may wake up your body, causing difficulty going to sleep.


2. Supplement with Melatonin

a) Melatonin is a supplement that helps to regulate your sleep/wake cycles.

  • It is not a sleeping pill, but is a supplement that helps your body know when it is time to go to sleep and wake-up.

How to use:

i. Take 1 to 3 milligrams two hours before bedtime.
ii. In this time period, avoid things like bright screens and overhead lights.


3. Aromatherapy

a) Lavender is one of the most common aromatherapy essential oils.

  • Commonly known for relaxation and sleep, you can work this oil into your routine to help calm your body down when it’s time for bed.

Suggested Uses:

i.    Have a diffuser by your bed side.
ii.   Dab a drop or two of essential oil on your temples, wrists or neck before bedtime.
iii.  Sprinkle a few drops on a piece of tissue and tuck it under your pillow.


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