Did you know that sleeping better is one of the most underrated as well as the easiest and most simple things you CAN do to improve your health fast – starting today?
I’m confident my top nutrition tips for insomnia and interrupted sleep discussed in this post will make a big difference to your sleep length, quality and feeling rested.
Also, at the end of this post you’ll be able to download my comprehensive sleep guide Sleep Better Tonight: How to get a good night’s sleep – a step-by-step blueprint for all struggling with insomnia, fatigue, chronic tiredness or adrenal fatigue. Check it out!
Let’s get started.
Most common sleep disorders
Most people suffering from sleep disorders such as sleeplessness or insomnia experience the following problems:
- Difficulty falling asleep
- Difficulty staying asleep throughout the night
- Waking up repeatedly during the night
- Waking up too early in the morning and not being able to go back to sleep
Many experience the full set of these sleep disturbances, and consequently they feel exhausted, have little energy, are moody and irritable, and often become anxious or depressed.
Are you one of them?
If yes, you need to know about my top nutrition tips for insomnia and interrupted sleep, and take action now!
Make no mistake: there is no way to be and stay healthy without adequate, restful sleep, and there is no substitute for it when it comes to good health and energy.
Having seen many fantastic outcomes of improved sleep in my practice, I’d like to share with you the most important, simple and common sense steps you can do right now to get sounder and more restful sleep tonight.
To make it more practical and easier to apply, I divided the ‘How to sleep better’ guidelines and specific steps into three parts/ posts. In this post (part one), I’m presenting you with my top nutrition recommendations related to falling asleep easier and faster, sleeping longer and deeper, and waking up more refreshed and rested.
Why is sleep so important?
Sleep is the body’s healing and repair time in the body’s 24-hour cycle. This includes repairing damaged tissues, performing physical and emotional detox, recharging the energy, dealing with inflammation, and consolidating memories and learnings from the day, to name a few.
According to many studies, the optimal time to sleep for repair and regeneration is between