Insomnia & related sleep problems – Nutritional Healing Guidance

nutritional healing. Blake Graham, BSc (Hons), AACNEM. ….Try sleeping with a bag of lavender in your pillow.

More PDF Content

Insomnia & related sleep problems – Nutritional Healing
Diet/supplements:
Avoid caffeine (caffeine is in some medications), other stimulants, soft drinks and alcohol after lunch.
Avoid heavy meals (+ spicy foods) within 2 hours before bedtime.
Balance blood sugar (avoid refined grains/sugar [including fruit juice]).
Don’t drink any fluids within ~1.5-2 hours of going to bed to avoid or minimise night urination.
Excessively low calorie diets can interfere with sleep patterns.
Eat a diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other unrefined foods.
Ensure optimum hydration.
Ensure a good balance of essential fatty acids in your diet.
Some people respond to a combination of a high protein breakfast and a high carbohydrate dinner.
Avoid any stimulating supplements/herbs (many B-vitamins, fish oil, tyrosine, phenylalanine, glutamine, ginseng, DHEA, licorice, etc.) in the evening or late afternoon.

Download Insomnia & related sleep problems - Nutritional Healing Guidance pdf from www.nutritional-healing.com.au, 1 pages, 260.02KB.
Related Books

Leave a Reply