Insomnia Therapy .. part 3 (NUTRITION Therapy )

NUTRITION Therapy to cures Insomnia
Required nutritional intake (magnesium and calcium) are sufficient in number to ward off insomnia. Magnesium and calcium deficiency causes not sleep soundly.
Actually the function of magnesium is to relax the muscles. if the muscle stiffness, feeling grate-grate arise which make the body ache. Calcium is needed for bone growth can also be used to calm the mind. Calcium affects calming effect. Thus, the condition of anxiety or stress can be reduced by magnesium and calcium.
The hormone melatonin is beneficial to make sleep more soundly. There is now a supplement product that combines magnesium, kasium, and melatonin. Vitamin B complex may help patients with insomnia due to encourage the achievement of a break condition.
The daily diet is also worth noting. Consumption of complex carbohydrates such as bread, crackers, or bagels can help you sleep. Opposite of complex carbohydrates are simple carbohydrates like sugar.
Why are complex carbohydrates useful? the fact that these nutrients can spur spending serotin, which is a neurotransmitter that stimulates brain drowsiness.
A glass of warm milk and honey can also be a panacea to sleep more soundly. milk contains the amino acid tryptophan which can help to ease sleep serotin expenditures. Tryptophan also spur spending hormone melatonin.
Tryptophan supplement has been banned in the U.S. for ever cause a serious blood disorder caused by contaminated products. However, there is no risk for people who want to consume foods rich in tryptophan such as milk or turkey meat as an effort to reduce insomnia.
People who have trouble sleeping are encouraged to eat lettuce in the evenings. Lettuce contains opium-related substance that accelerates the drowsiness, and also contains the character antikram hyoscyarnin. Dinner should also include nuts and fish or chicken. The types that are rich in niacin (vitamin B3) which helps expenditure serotonin.
Foods that should be avoided are foods with herbs stinging, caffeine, alcohol, simple carbohydrates (sugar, syrup), food berpengawet, and canned food. Sugar and syrup is to improve blood sugar and producing energy quickly so that it will disrupt sleep.
High protein foods such as beef can prevent the production of serotonin, so wake up constantly. Monosodium glutamate (MSG) should be avoided because it raises stimulant reaction.
Avoid cheese, chocolate, spinach, and tomatoes before bedtime is also recommended. All it contains tyramin which stimulates the release of norepinephrine, so the brain awake