Sleeping Disorder

There are two main types of sleep:

1. Non-Rapid Eye Movement (NREM) Sleep (also known as quiet sleep
2.Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep (also known as active sleep or paradoxical sleep

NREM – The First Type of Sleep

NREM sleep is what people most commonly associate with sleep. Your brainwaves become progressively slower until you reach the deepest stage of sleep, NREM stage 3, or slow wave sleep as it’s commonly called.

Deep sleep is essential for restoring energy and allowing the body to undergo maintenance. While in NREM sleep:

  • Wounds are healed
  • white blood cells are created to aid your bodies defenses
  • The muscles are restored
  • The growth hormone is released

Without enough deep sleep, all of these processes will be hampered.

While under the deepest levels of sleep the brain reorganizes the many mental pathways within the cortex. This process is critical for learning and ongoing brain development.

REM – The Second Type of Sleep

Whilst in NREM sleep the brainwaves become progressively slower and deeper, while in REM sleep the brainwaves are almost identical as if you’re awake. REM sleep is known as paradoxical sleep. It may look like you’re fast asleep, but there’s a lot happening inside your brain.

For this reason REM isn’t really what we would consider sleep. We’re not asleep in the sense that the body turns itself off, but we’re not awake either. So what’s the point of REM if we’re neither asleep nor awake?

When you’re awake the majority of your mental input is coming from your surroundings, but when you’re in REM, all this mental stimulus being generated by the brain itself.

This internal mental processing is believed to help to process memories and form new skills. The brain is awake but the body isn’t, so it’s the perfect time for your brain to reorganize the vast amount of thoughts gained during the day.

Dreams, which make up a lot of REM sleep, are believed to help you with this too. Songbirds have been shown to practice new mating calls in their dreams that they heard then they were awake.

Common signs and symptoms of insomnia include

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  • Difficulty falling asleep at night or getting back to sleep after waking during the night
  • Waking up frequently during the night
  • Your sleep feels light, fragmented, or exhausting
  • You need to take something (sleeping pills, nightcap, supplements) in order to get to sleep
  • Sleepiness and low energy during the day

Herbs that can cure Sleeping Disorder

  • Kava Kava (Piper methysticum)
  • California Poppy (Eschscholzia californica)
  • Wild Lettuce (Lactuca Virosa)
  • Valerian (Valeriana Officinalis)
  • Passion Flowers (Passiflora Incarnata)
  • Lavender (Lavandula Officinalis)
  • Hops (Humulus Lupulus)
  • Chamomile(anthemis nobilis)

Our Medicine Benefits

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  • Headaches
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