How to get to sleep fast:
Why is sleep so important? It can affect your immunity, hormones, mitochondria and genetic expression.
So here’s how to take charge of your mind and body to effectively get to sleep fast.
- Amber glasses: nab a pair of these to cut out the blue light entering your eyes roughly 2 hours before bed. This will help your natural melatonin production to get to sleep. (blue light interferes with the production). Turn off your devices or at least set them to night shift which will reduce the blue light on your screen.
- Melatonin tablets: start with a low dose of 2mg or less and choose a sustained release. Melatonin is also highly effective at helping your body manufacture its Natural Killer Cells — important for diseases like fighting cancer. It also helps reinforce your circadian rhythm.
- Homeopathic sublingual pellets:
- Coffea Cruda: great for reducing mental hyperactivity – basically shutting down your hamster wheel.
- Ignatia Amara: great for reducing nervousness and helping to calm for sleep.
Now you know how to get to sleep fast! Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
“Light pollution triggers significant health changes in humans, animals and plants and may be a hidden cost of a 24/7 lifestyle. Recent research identified health problems in the offspring of laboratory animals exposed to even dim light at night, showing it affects the animals’ immune and endocrine systems. Both dim light at night and electromagnetic fields from electronic devices trigger mitochondrial damage, potentially affecting epigenetic expression in future generations.”
“Melatonin appears to regulate cell dynamics, including the proliferative and maturational stages of virtually all haemopoietic and immune cells lineages involved in host defense – not only NK cells but also T and B lymphocytes, granulocytes and monocytes – in both bone marrow and tissues.”
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