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Published on: 22 Nov 2018 by deenmoney

The Natural Sleeping Pills That Work

Thought many prefer prescription drugs in treating their insomnia, there are people who chose to take herbal medications to help them fall asleep. Common remedies such as chamomile tea and lemon balm are harmless in general but some are known to pose serious side effects on the user. The main reason why people tend to use herbal medication is it has lesser side effects as claimed but the effectiveness of these has not been evaluated by the Federal Drug Administration.Below is a list of the most popular herbal natural sleeping pills.Valerian is an herb that is commonly found as an active ingredient in mild sedatives and sleep aids for insomnia and nervous tension. Though the combination of ingredients of the Valerian pill is not known, it appears that it increases the body's available supply of neurotransmitter gamma aminobutyric acid or GABA. It can be found in capsule, tea, tablet or liquid extract forms in most health food stores, some drugstores and online. Valerian is commonly known All-heal, Amantilla, Setwall, Setewale, Capon's Tail. High doses of Valerian may cause blurred vision, vivid dreams, heart rhythm changes, and excitability. Kava kava is widely used as a herbal remedy to insomnia. This herb is popular in the South Seas and is now gaining popularity in the United States. Kava kava gives a natural calm feeling helping the body relax and enhance dreaming. Aside from insomnia, Kava kava is also being used to treat chronic fatigue. Prolong usage of Kava kava is not recommended as it could harm the liver.Chamomile has long been used by people as an herbal sleep aid. Because it is gentle, chamomile has been considered safe for everyone. The active ingredients of chamomile includes a volatile oil, a falconoid, apigenin, and other components helping as well. Chamomile is a very mild herb thereby erasing any chances of dependency and no side effects have been reported.California poppy is a natural herb that is popular in treating insomnia. It is found as an active ingredient in most herbal sleep aids sold in the markets of United States. California poppy promotes sleep, relaxation and eases mild anxiety. California poppy is mild therefore safe to be given to children with sleep problems and has no known side effects.Natural sleep supplement Smartsleep contain natural, dietary and herbal ingredients that have been shown to aid in relaxation or sleep. Instead of being a pill that’s literally tough to swallow, Smartsleep is a chewable tablet, making it more palatable for kids. Just like any other drug, herbal medications should still be taken with caution because they, too, might have side effects if not properly used. It is always best to seek help from a professional before taking any of these herbal medications.




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