The Use Of Supplements To Overcome Insomnia
Hello, I am 35 years old, a self-employed worker. Lately I often experience insomnia. I’ve been to a sleep disorder clinic and was prescribed a 1mg Ativan drug. But I don’t want that drug addiction. Initially I was able to consume Ativan for 3 days to improve sleep quality. now hmpr 2 months passed and insomnia returned again. I have read that there is a Swisse Ultiboost sleep supplement, it is not a sedative but rather an herbal remedy containing magnesium, valerian which is believed can help sleep quality. The question is, is it safe if I try to take supplements without consulting a doctor? Thx before.
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Regarding the supplement you are asking about, it contains calcium and vitamin D in general. Based on some studies, the consumption of these substances can help you sleep better and have a good quality of sleep. In addition to supplements you should also multiply in foods such as fish, oranges, bananas, avocados, tofu, cheese, and broccoli.
And do sleep with sleep hygine that is with the following steps
Sleep on a regular schedule
If you haven't been able to sleep in 20 minutes, do something that then makes you sleepy and sleepy
Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol
Avoid working in bed
Can take a shower with warm water about 1 to 2 hours before bedtime
Exercise for about 4 hours before going to bed
If still not fulfilled properly can consult a psychologist or psychiatrist
Thus information may be useful