Is melatonin is a risk-free hormone for pregnant women?22 May of 2017
Some patients with sleep problems know already that melatonin treats insomnia perfectly. In fact, this substance is not a medicine, but our own hormone, produced in the brain.
What is it – melatonin?
It is a natural regulator of sleep. With the onset of darkness epiphysis secrets it, and in the light this process is inhibited. With age melatonin synthesis gradually decreases. Scientists believe that young people suffer from insomnia less than the older generation. Melatonin efficiently relieves the symptoms of the time zone change syndrome, reduces anxiety, eliminates symptoms of sedative withdrawal and increases the number of platelets. There is a suggestion that taking supplements with melatonin also helps people with fibromyalgia and patients complaining for hot flushes. The result of the experiments shows that melatonin in low dosages speeds up falling asleep and normalizes the internal biorhythms of the body. It does not have the toxic effect of other sleeping pills. In addition, melatonin improves overall health, strengthens immunity and protects it against free radicals. Meanwhile, it affects the other hormones including those that are important for reproduction.
Thus many females waiting for a baby ask: “Is melatonin safe for pregnancy”?
Sleeping Remedies for Cure Insomnia07 September of 2009
Sleeping soundly at night isn’t as easy as some people think it is. In fact, too many people take “good” sleep for granted — they believe they’re entitled to it, even without using natural sleeping remedies. If they only knew how bad all of us insomniacs have it each night, maybe they would appreciate sleep-filled nights a bit more.
If you’re one of those sleepless zombies roaming around from place to place, then listen up. Directly below is a collection of natural sleeping remedies that you can use to alleviate your insomnia troubles and get the deep rest you so truly deserve. Using 1 of these remedies is good, but using them all is even better! (more…)
Anxiety and Insomnia – The Vicious Cycle03 April of 2009
Getting the facts and knowing the truth about anxiety and insomnia is an important first step towards finding lasting healing for both. The problem is that they each feed the other which only serves to make the symptoms of both anxiety and insomnia so much worse. Being unable to get a good night’s sleep will impact your ability to use reason to guide you through those moments of fear, anxiety, and/or panic. As a result you aren’t ready to face the fears that set you on edge or to make it through them once they arise. In so many ways, this becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy in that you can’t sleep because of your anxiety and your anxiety worsens due to your lack of sleep. It’s a vicious cycle that offers no relief in sight. So, what can you do to prevent this cycle of anxiety and insomnia from taking hold in your life? (more…)
What Are Some Provigil Side Effects?18 December of 2008
Whether you’ve recently been prescribed Provigil for the treatment of your narcolepsy or hypersomnia, or you are just looking for more information on the drug before pursuing it as a means to treat what ails you, it’s important to consider what effects it can have on your body before you start taking it.
What is Provigil?
Provigil is commonly prescribed for patients who suffer from a wide variety of ailments relating to hypersomnia. These ailments include narcolepsy, shift work sleep disorder and obstructive sleep apnea/hypopnea syndrome. It treats these illnesses by providing a stimulant to the patient that increases alertness and enhances the mood. Unlike other types of stimulants, like amphetamines, Provigil will not cause anxiety, irritability or moodiness. (more…)
Cure Sleeping Problems – How to Cure Sleeping Problems From Home25 November of 2008
If we wish to cure sleeping problems safely, we need to become more aware of what we are doing to ourselves when we turn to things such as medications. The well known fact of the addictive qualities of xerbal xanax, be they gotten over the counter or by prescription, is dangerous enough. But when we coupled with the factor of their ceasing to be effective after only weeks of use, dependency is fairly inevitable. Resulting bouts of rebound insomnia just adds to the self injury. (more…)
What A Sleep Study Can Reveal About Fibromyalgia03 October of 2008
Research engineers and sleep medicine specialists from two Michigan universities have joined technical and clinical hands to put innovative quantitative analysis, signal-processing technology and computer algorithms to work in the sleep lab. One of their recent findings is that a new approach to analyzing sleep fragmentation appears to distinguish fibromyalgia patients from healthy controls.
Joseph W. Burns, a research scientist and engineer at the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI); Ronald D. Chervin, director of the University of Michigan’s Michael S. Aldrich Sleep Disorders Laboratory; and Leslie Crofford, director of the Center for the Advancement of Women’s Health at the University of Kentucky, report the results of their study in the current issue of the journal Sleep Medicine about herbal xanax.