I don’t want to take medicine … How to cure insomnia
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“I couldn’t sleep yesterday.”
He said he didn’t take sleeping pills because it was the day before the holidays.
“Why didn’t you take the medicine?”
“If you take too much, you will not be able to stop taking medicine, so …”
Certainly, some medicines are addictive.
Many sleeping pills and stabilizers
“I can’t stop drinking it”
Most people think.
Also, if you look it up on the internet, you will find a lot of information like that, so you can see that you are worried.
But I think this way.
Patience is bad for the first body!
This person who came today also had severe stiff shoulders, numbness, and stomach upset due to lack of sleep.
Lack of sleep can cause problems everywhere in your body.
And he was talking about bad things because he was mentally depressed.
If you can sleep after taking medicine, you should take it well and sleep properly.
The important thing is not to rely on medicines, but to get better and sleep while taking the medicine.
How to get better
There are many ways to get better.
Here are some of the most effective methods.
1. Sleep well
Humans heal only while sleeping.
Growth hormone is released while sleeping, and it heals the body by synthesizing proteins and making each cell.
Therefore, you should take sleeping pills first without putting up with it.
That’s one way to get better.
2. Spend a good posture
Physical condition depends on the function of the autonomic nerves.
If your autonomic nerves are out of order, you will feel sick.
On the contrary, if the autonomic nerves work well, you will feel better.
The autonomic nerves are in the spine.
It can be said that the autonomic nerve = the spine.
When the spine is distorted, the autonomic nerves are disturbed.
On the contrary, if you spend time in a good posture, your autonomic nerves will be in order and you will feel better.
How to take a good posture
Place your palm on your hips.
Bend the spine by squeezing the muscles on either side of the spine just above the palm of your hand (I think your spine is probably protruding, but this spine is inherently warped. It is).
3. Move your body
Exercise as much as you can.
You can raise your sympathetic nerves by moving your body.
If your sympathetic nerves rise, your parasympathetic nerves will rise as much at night.
It is the same as the pendulum principle.
“Because I’m nervous at work, my sympathetic nerves should be up?”
Certainly, my sympathetic nerves are up during work.
However, in many jobs, the sympathetic nerves rise only halfway.
The sympathetic nerve has a history of being trained when hunting in ancient times.
In short, when hunting mammoths, they beat faster and made them easier to move, and sweated their hands to make their weapons less slippery.
For this reason, the sympathetic nerves rise when you move your body.
Muscle training, gymnastics, dancing, walking, light jogging, etc.
Ideally, your pulse should be a little faster.
If you do so, growth hormone will also be released, and you will feel better in the morning.