How to treat Insomnia naturally

By Xorkpe Sosu 3 Min Read

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Let takes a look at how to treat insomnia naturally.

Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, it can be transient (pregnancy, stress period) or chronic.

Common types and Causes of Insomnia

There are numerous potential causes of insomnia and in many cases, multiple factors can be involved.


1.Transient insomnia is a temporary condition which Lasts for less than one week.

Caused by another disorder, changes in the sleep environment, stress, or depression

2. Acute insomnia Lasts up to one month, commonly referred to as adjustment insomnia.


It Occurs due to acute situational stress such as a new job, deadline, or exams.

It typically resolves when the stressor is no longer present or the individual adapts to the stressor.

3. Chronic insomnia is more serious condition which Lasts more than one month.

Do you have difficulty sleeping?


For some people, it starts to become a lifestyle because “sleep on time” isn’t the only solution that can help them fall asleep and stay asleep for the night.

Milk and Honey

Honey helps release insulin which in turn stimulates tryptophan. Remember that tryptophan is a compound that makes us drowsy.

Take a glass of warm milk with a tablespoon of honey before going to bed. The heat given off by hot milk will increase the effect of the tryptophan.

Drinking warm milk would also limit the nocturnal awakenings.


The onion naturally contains L-Tryptophan, an amino acid with sedative power, it suffices to smell 5 to 6 times an onion cut in half just before ‘go to bed to sleep like a baby!

Soursop leaves

6 leaves of soursop leaf for 1 liter of water then boil and drink 3 times a day One drink Morning, noon and evening for 15 days.

NOTE : Do not exceed these more than 15 days because it may cause the liver crisis.

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