Sleep Disorders

A sound night's sleep is crucial to our well-being. Everybody has occasional difficulties falling asleep. However, there are also cases where people experience insomnia, a chronic sleep disturbance. Stress, a heavy job, side effects from medications, disease, pain, and other variables may be to blame. Several prevalent sleep disorders include:

  • Insomnia
  • Night terror
  • Bed Wetting
  • Sleep apnea
  • Nocturnal bruxism
  • Sleepwalking
  • Restless legs syndrome


See a doctor to determine the primary reason for your ongoing inability to get a good night's sleep if you are experiencing these symptoms. Getting enough sleep is crucial for maintaining good physical and mental health. Your attitude will shift and your general health will be affected if you go even a day without sleeping. You might have trouble focusing on your work and feel exhausted all day. There could be severe repercussions at work if you don't get the suggested seven hours of sleep every night. Your fitness and health can be enhanced by getting enough sleep in addition to eating a balanced, healthful diet full of nutrients.

Home Remedies for Sleep Disorders


Magnesium and sulfate are naturally occurring pure mineral compounds that make up Epsom salt, which is not technically salt. Compared to normal salt, it has quite different properties and advantages. Epsom salt has a flavor that is both salty and slightly sweet, with a cool potency and light, velvety properties, according to the Ayurveda perspective. Because of its chilly potency, it balances the Kapha and Vata doshas in our bodies and aids in pacifying the Pitta dosha. Epsom salts' magnesium and sulfate contribute to the nervous system's relaxation.


The invigorating perfume of lavender oil has a relaxing impact on your body. There are physiological and psychological benefits to lavender oil. Antifungal, antibacterial, antimicrobial, analgesic, antidepressant, calmative, antiseptic, antispasmodic, and sedative qualities are among its many attributes. This oil aids in mental diversion from situations that may set off an anxiety attack. In the end, it lessens the indications and manifestations of anxiety and sleep disorders. Apply two to three drops of oil to your palm, then combine it with a few drops of olive oil. Rub the oil mixture over your neck, shoulders, and back. Before retiring to bed, you can also rub it on your head and the bottom of each foot.


This is one of the best herbs for calming a kapha mind that is agitated. Its fragrant quality helps to calm and revitalize your nervous system.  The fragrant flavor of chamomile aids in the removal of mucus from the gastrointestinal tract, encourages healthy stomach digestion and relieves upset stomachs, which can contribute to sleep disorders. An hour before bed, sip a warm cup of chamomile tea to help calm your thoughts and settle your tensions.


Additionally helpful in enhancing sleep quality and mental relaxation is Valerian. Its sedative, anticonvulsant, and anxiolytic qualities have made it well-known. These qualities of Valerian root aid in promoting calm and sound sleep. It is used to treat conditions like high blood pressure, headaches, menopausal symptoms, anxiety, and sleep disorders. Pour one cup of hot water over one spoonful of powdered valerian root. After 15 minutes, drain it and stir with some honey. Have it prior to going to bed.


One of the most popular at-home treatments for sleep disorders is this. Naturopathic doctors claim that rubbing coconut oil all over your body will relax you and improve your quality of sleep. Using a small amount of warm coconut oil, massage your back, bottoms of your feet, neck, and shoulders. Applying pressure in a circular manner to this oil will undoubtedly ease your muscles and nerves.