Say goodbye to SLEEPLESS NIGHTS and good morning to feeling fully rested and refreshed with Homoeopathy. The correct homeopathic remedy generates astounding results. Anxieties start to dissipate, depression lifts, physical symptoms disappear, and the negative life-patterns start to unravel. People feel compelled to make better choices, stay positive, and lead more fulfilling lives.



Insomnia is a very common problem that takes a toll on your energy, mood, and ability to function during the day. Chronic insomnia can even contribute to serious health problems. But you don’t have to resign yourself to sleepless nights. By treating the underlying causes with Homoeopathy and making simple changes to your daily habits and sleep environment—you can put a stop to the frustration of insomnia and finally get a good night’s sleep.


Insomnia is the inability to fall asleep or stay asleep at night, resulting in unrefreshing or non-restorative sleep. Because different people need different amounts of sleep, insomnia is defined by the quality of your sleep and how you feel after sleeping—not the number of hours you sleep or how quickly you doze off. Even if you’re spending eight hours a night in bed, if you feel drowsy and fatigued during the day, you may be experiencing insomnia.


Symptoms of insomnia:

·        Difficulty falling asleep despite being tired

·        Waking up frequently during the night

·        Trouble getting back to sleep when awakened

·        Unrefreshing sleep

·        Relying on sleeping pills or alcohol to fall asleep

·        Waking up too early in the morning

·        Daytime drowsiness, fatigue, or irritability

·        Difficulty concentrating during the day


Causes of insomnia: Figuring out why you can't sleep

In order to properly treat and cure your insomnia, you need to become a sleep detective. Emotional issues such as stress, anxiety, and depression cause half of all insomnia cases. But your daytime habits, sleep routine, and physical health may also play a role. Try to identify all possible causes of your insomnia. Once you figure out the root cause, you can tailor treatment accordingly.

·        Are you under a lot of stress?

·        Are you depressed? Do you feel emotionally flat or hopeless?

·        Do you struggle with chronic feelings of anxiety or worry?

·        Have you recently gone through a traumatic experience?

·        Are you taking any medications that might be affecting your sleep?

·        Do you have any health problems that may be interfering with sleep?

·        Is your sleep environment quiet and comfortable?

·        Do you try to go to bed and get up around the same time every day?


Anxiety, stress, and depression are some of the most common causes of chronic insomnia. Having difficulty sleeping can also make anxiety, stress, and depression symptoms worse. Other common emotional and psychological causes include anger, worry, grief, bipolar disorder, and trauma. Treating these underlying problems is essential to resolving your insomnia.


Medical problems or illness. Many medical conditions and diseases can contribute to insomnia, including asthma, allergies, Parkinson’s disease, hyperthyroidism, acid reflux, kidney disease, and cancer. Chronic pain is also a common cause of insomnia.


Medications. Many prescription drugs can interfere with sleep, including antidepressants, stimulants for ADHD, corticosteroids, thyroid hormone, high blood pressure medications, and some contraceptives. Common over-the-counter culprits include cold and flu medications that contain alcohol, pain relievers that contain caffeine (Midol, Excedrin), diuretics, and slimming pills.


Sleep disorders. Insomnia is itself a sleep disorder, but it can also be a symptom of other sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, and circadian rhythm disturbances tied to jet lag or late-night shift work.


Things to Do before bed:

·        Make sure your bedroom is quiet, dark, and cool. 

·        Stick to a regular sleep schedule. 

·        Turn off all screens at least an hour before bed. 

·        Avoid stimulating activity and stressful situations before bedtime. 

·        Avoid naps. 

·        Avoid drinking too many liquids. 

·        Avoid Alcohol & Caffeine minimum 4hours before sleep.

·        Try to make dinnertime earlier in the evening, and avoid heavy, rich foods within two hours of bed. Spicy or acidic foods can cause stomach trouble and heartburn which can wake you during the night.

Learning to associate your bed with sleeping, not sleeplessness

If sleep worries are getting in the way of your ability to unwind at night, the following strategies may help. The goal is to train your body to associate the bed with sleep and nothing else—especially not frustration and anxiety.

·        Use the bedroom only for sleeping and sex. Don’t work, watch TV, or use your computer in bed or the bedroom. The goal is to associate the bedroom with sleep alone, so that your brain and body get a strong signal that it’s time to nod off when you get into bed.

·        Move bedroom clocks out of view. Anxiously watching the minutes tick by when you can’t sleep—knowing that you’re going to be exhausted when the alarm goes off—is a surefire recipe for insomnia. You can use an alarm, but make sure you can’t see the time when you’re in bed.

·        Get out of bed when you can't sleep. Don’t try to force yourself to sleep. Tossing and turning only amps up the anxiety. Get up, leave the bedroom, and do something relaxing, such as reading, drinking a cup of herbal tea, or taking a bath. When you’re sleepy, go back to bed.

·        Challenge worries and thoughts that fuel insomnia


It’s also helpful to challenge the negative attitudes about sleep and your insomnia problem that you’ve developed over time. The key is to recognize self-defeating thoughts and replace them with more realistic ones.


Homoeopathic Treatment for Insomnia:

Every case calls for a detailed study of the patient individually. There are no disease-specific medicines in homeopathy. The exact treatment is determined only by "in-depth" evaluation of the individual case. The medicines described below are commonly indicated in sleeplessness, only for the purpose of information. Do not indulge in any kind of self-medication. Consult your Homoeopathic Doctor.


Coffea Cruda:

This drug suits individuals who are more sensitive to external stimuli than other people. Such patients have increased alertness and wakefulness. They are oversensitive to all stimuli and over-reactive. Insomnia accompanied by restlessness is a strong feature in such patients. There is the undue excitement of mind and an ecstatic state leading to Insomnia. Nervous sleeplessness; the patient lies wide awake at night and it is impossible for him to close the eyes. Sleep is often disturbed by dreams. The patient may get sleep only till about 3 a.m. after which he only dozes off intermittently but can’t sleep properly. He may wake up on every sound.

Coffea is a good drug for sleeplessness resulting from joy or surprise, or strong emotions such as grief, fright, etc. This is also a good remedy for nervousness that results from drinking too much of coffee or wine. The mind of these patients is full of ideas and is quick to act in general. They can be quite irritable too.


Nux Vomica:

Nux Vomica is one of the most frequently prescribed remedies in homeopathy for various conditions incident to modern life, including Insomnia. Patient sleeps early in the evening and then awakens at 3-4 a.m. after which he falls into dreamy sleep at daybreak. It is hard to arouse him from this sleep in the morning. Short sleep ameliorates his symptoms in general. It is s good drug for sleeplessness that arises due to the stresses of modern daily life.



In pulsatilla sleeplessness in the first part of the night from ideas crowding in the mind; the patient sleeps late in the morning when it is time to get up. There is great sleepiness during the daytime. The patient lies with hand overhead. Confused, indolent, un-refreshed on waking; talks, whines, and screams during sleep.



Sleeplessness with waking up at 5 a.m. Sleeps well for 3-4 hours then wakes up; then again he dozes off for the rest of the night. Cat-naps. Occasionally the patient has to get up at night to eat. Patient sleeps on the left side; he gets nightmares when he sleeps on the back. Laughing in sleep is another indication of this remedy. Sees happy dreams and wakes up singing.



The patient takes short naps and there is frequent waking in between. Short sleep ameliorates many complaints. Phosphorus is also a good drug for Somnambulism, talking in sleep. The patient prefers to sleep on the right side; he is unable to sleep on left side.


Passiflora Incarnata:

It is a very good remedy for insomnia of infants, aged, the mentally worried and overworked people. Passiflora is a good drug for sleeplessness resulting from mental exhaustion. The symptoms are worse from mental worries, mental excitement, at night and after meals. Passiflora also helps insomnia in persons with the morphine habit and in nervous individuals. The sleep of the patient is restless and wakeful. This drug has a quieting effect on nervous system.


Kali Phosphoricum:

It is one of the very good remedies for sleeplessness, from worry, business troubles etc. The patient is restless during sleep or maybe simply drowsy and yawning but unable to sleep. The patient may have a feeling of heat during sleep. Kali Phos. is a good remedy for Somnambulism. Weak and tired feeling with extreme prostration is another important feature of this drug. Conditions arising from neurasthenia, mental and physical depression are wonderfully improved by this remedy. The common causes of complaints are usually excitement, overwork, and worry.

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