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According to reports, 1 out of every 4 individuals in the US develop insomnia every year. Luckily, 75% recover, 21% suffer poor sleeping, and the remaining 6% develop chronic insomnia and most of them complain that many pills such as benzodiazepines stop working after 5 or 6 months.
In a research paper, carried on women who presented with sleep issues and those who didn’t, experts found that over a period of two years, prescription drugs hadn’t had a meaningful impact on sleep quality.
Exercise can also help you beat insomnia – especially if you can do it outside, says Steve.
Steve Paterson from at Runners Need said:
6. Say yes to natural ingredients
According to experts, Valerian root is one of the natural ingredients that could help sleep and studies have previously shown that it has a part to play in increasing sleep quality and tackling anxiety.
LloydsPharmacy Pharmacist Pareena Patel said:
Dr. Verena also advised to try try essential oils such as lavender and mandarin oil.