Help Jet Lag with Common Sense, Not Sleeping Pills

“Jet lag” can happen for a number of reasons. Basically, the body’s system gets out of whack. This can be due to air travel, hence the origin of the name, when a traveler passes into another time zone. The term has also come to be used for similar situations, like people working shift work who get out of their daily routine during shift changes. Some symptoms include loss of appetite, headaches, fatigue, disorientation, upset stomach, insomnia and irritability. Jet lag, no matter why you have it, is not a comfortable feeling. In a work setting, it can mean the difference in attitude in working with others and even in work related accidents. In travelers, jet lag can mean the difference …

Deep Drugged-like Sleep In 30 Seconds!

Now, the Secret to Deep Drugged-like Sleep in Less Time It Takes To Read This Article! Tense? Suffering incurable insomnia that a mound of Melatonin can’t cure? I used to share your pain, you see, Im an obsessive compulsive. Thoughts ricochet my head even even past midnight. Now, as you are well aware, such internal noise pollution can do more damage to a good night’s rest than a physical jackhammer pounding away from outside. You can’t even call the cops to take away the perpetarors of internal noise pollution! Now the good news…. I found the solution! Finally, I vanquish that Red-Eyed demon with an unstoppable 4-step approach that guarantees sleep- in 30 seconds. I did it, and so can …

Sleeping Pills : Science’s Answer To The Sandman’s Magic Dust?

There’s a song that goes, “Mister Sandman, bring me a dream.” Do you remember the folklore that old people used to tell kids to lull them to sleep? It’s about this mystical person that brings sleep by sprinkling magic dust into children’s eyes. Enter Sandman. Sleeping disorders have become more and more prominent over the ages. More than 60 million American adults encounter difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or sleeping well. Stress and environment also contribute to sleep disorders. Stress causes sleep disorder in such a way that the brain is active as the person thinking about things such as finances, marital problems, health issues and extreme boredom to name a few. Environment also plays a role in such a …

Sleeping Pill 101

Sleep deprivation affects millions of people around the world. Long-term lack of sleep can lead to very serious health problems. A 2000 study conducted by the University of California in San Diego showed that the activities of the brain’s prefrontal cortex increased due to sleep deprivation. The research also indicated that the brain region called temporal lobe, which is responsible for language processing, is activated during a verbal learning session among respondents who were well-rested. Those who lacked sleep showed little activity in this brain region. The Harvard Medical Institute also published its research in 2001 about the possible links of sleep deprivation to heart disease. Clearly, to avoid the hazardous effects of long-term sleep deprivation, a person must do …

Proper Consultation and Dosage: Making Sleeping Pills Safe

Burt Reynolds, the star of Smokey and the Bandit, and many other movies, once went into a coma while trying to kick his sleeping pill addiction. He went into a coma for about eight or nine hours. At one point, the doctors already told his wife Loni to say her goodbyes. Reynolds said that at one point during his coma, he had what was called an “out-of-body experience.” He said that, in the operating room, he even heard the doctor say, “We’re losing him.” That experience helped Reynolds get rid of his drug addiction. Robbie Williams was another celebrity who battled with addiction. According to reports, he has checked himself into rehab to escape a spiral of caffeine and sleeping …

Sleeping Without The Pill

While scientists are figuring out why people have to sleep, many people are just as puzzled in figuring out why they can’t sleep. Occasional sleepless nights may be due to stress, anxiety, heartburn, or drinking too much caffeine or alcohol. The condition of having difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep is called insomnia. However, when this problem of falling asleep, maintaining sleep, or experiencing non-restorative sleep occurs on a regular or frequent basis and often for no apparent reason, it becomes chronic insomnia. Though insomnia affects all age group, the condition is more prevalent among women and the incidence increases with age. Since insomnia is a symptom and not a diagnosis, treatment should be personal and must be focused on the …

Insomnia – a Drugfree Solution

Insomnia and related sleep problems affect some 35 million people in varying degrees. It was recently estimated that about one-third of all students do not get enough sleep. Lack of sleep can cause many problems, physical and mental. Doctors and the public don’t regard insomnia and sleep problems in the same way that they look at other “brain problems” of ADD-Autistic continuum, or depression. All too many of us simply dismiss this problem, but it is serious to many persons. Some such people already use some form of “noise generator” to help them solve such sleep problems, with varying success. Audio sounds such as rain on the roof, a babbling brook, surf or sailboat sounds, and even “white noise” (sounds …

Top 10 Drug-Free Ways to Say Good Night to Insomnia

“Treating Insomnia: Is having sweet dreams just a dream?” A person who is suffering from sleepless nights, someone who frequently wakes up at night and rises up early in the morning even though that person does not have enough sleep is having a sleeping disorder known as insomnia. Insomnia is a condition in which a person is not getting enough sleep. This person when awakened at night has a hard time sleeping again. Insomnia can happen every night, from time to time or in a period of time. Here are the some suggestions wherein insomnia can be treated: 1.Follow a positive routine. If an insomniac has an erratic eating routine, this should be changed to a fixed routine dedicated to …

Can Sleeping Pills Cause Weight/inch Gain? The Answer Is Shocking!

You are a health-conscious guy. It is easy to tell that by your ripped physique and obvious concern for exercise and cardiovascular health. What others can’t see is your need to take sleeping pills to help you sleep. You are so wired up constantly from work, sports, exercise and just life in general that it’s hard for you to sleep at night. Without sleeping pills, you would be awake all night long. Recently though, you have noticed that you have gained a few pounds. You haven’t changed your exercise regimen, nor have you really changed your diet. What gives? Could it be the sleeping pills? In short, yes. People who have taken the sleeping pill known as Ambien for a …