Nearly half of Americans struggle with sleep. Be it due to jet lag or stress/ anxiety or an overactive mind or too many cups of coffee too late in the day, difficulty falling asleep and staying asleep is challenging for many. If you're struggling to sleep or have insomnia our recent article "Insomnia Treatments: 3 That Work and 2 Absolute Myths" may help.
Sleep is very important to one’s health. The lack of sleep can reck havoc on many other aspects and functions of one’s body. For the average adult, it is recommended to get 7-9 hours of sleep per day. So what do you do if sleep doesn’t come easily for you?
There are many natural ways and supplements to help get your body back into a good circadian rhythm. It's important to remember that we're all different. That means while one natural sleep aid might work for you, another person may need something else. It all depends on what factors your body is missing or requires encouraging normal sleeping patterns.