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Banana Cinnamon Tea Recipe For Deep Sleep (Works Better Than Sleeping Pills)


Probably, nearly everyone has experienced sleepless nights of tossing and turning and staring at the ceiling. What’s more, the more you worry about not falling asleep, the more your mind is awake, and the next thing you know, it is already dawn. However, this tea is the solution to this.
Insomnia can lead to other problems such as depression, anxiety, and stress. Moreover, some medications can be the reason behind sleepless nights. For example, pain medications heart and blood pressure medicines, and antihistamines. Although some medications make you feel drowsy at first, they can be the reason for frequent urination or anxiety that only hardens your relaxation and sleep.
RECIPE FOR BANANA TEA-SAY GOODBYE TO SLEEPLESS NIGHTS
Besides the great taste, this organic remedy will put an end to insomnia. Furthermore, banana peels are rich in magnesium and potassium. On one hand, magnesium prevents sleep disturbances, whereas on the other hand, magnesium and potassium relax the muscles. What’s more, magnesium is one among the best minerals for relaxation. However, bear in mind that you need to use 100% organic bananas since non-organic bananas are rich in pesticides and since you will need to consume the boiled peel, it must be without harmful substances. You only need 10 minutes for preparation and you need to consume one cup an hour before you go to sleep.
NEEDED:
1 organic banana
1 small pot of water
Dash of cinnamon (optional)
Preparation: Cut off both ends of the banana, peel them, and put them into boiling water and boil for 10 minutes. With the help of a colander, put the water into a mug. If you want to, sprinkle a bit of cinnamon into the tea. If you feel adventurous, you can also eat the banana and its peel sprinkled with cinnamon for taste.
THE BAD SIDE OF SLEEPING PILLS
Almost half of the American population consumes sleeping pills, due to insomnia. However, sleeping pills are not the solution, since they are only a short-term aid. Most of the sleeping pills are a drug which induces and maintains sleep and are classified as sedative hypnotics such as benzodiazepines and barbiturates. Furthermore, benzodiazepines, like Xanax or Valium can lead to addictiveness and are used for treating anxiety related disorders by increasing drowsiness. What’s more, barbiturates depress the central nervous system and are used as sedatives and anesthetics.
Sleeping pills, as all other drugs, come with side effects. Besides causing addictiveness, sleeping pills can lead to:
-Constipation
-Dizziness
-Difficulty remembering and focusing
-Weakness
-Stomach ache
-Parasomnias (doing things without realizing it)
-Uncontrollable shaking
Moreover, sleeping pills may also cause slower breathing rhythm which means that if you are already suffering from lung diseases like COPD or asthma, these pills may be dangerous!
THE EFFECT OF INSOMNIA ON OUR BODIES
Less than 8 hours of sleep is bad for the body because it suffers. In fact, cognitive function-long-term and short-term memory are affected. Have you ever experienced lack of focusing while having no energy at all? Those who experienced such situations know that it is nearly impossible. Additionally, trying to process the simplest things is challenging and your emotional response to things is completely skewed. Furthermore, sleep deprivation has been connected with serious health problems such as diabetes, obesity, and cancer. Thus, it is crucial to find the main reason behind your insomnia and try and solve it. One way is to begin consuming this amazing tea which is both helpful and tasteful!
Source: The Hearty Soul
Other links sourced in The Hearty Soul`s article :
Healthline.com , The Hearty Soul , Doctoroz.com , WebMd
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