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Insomnia Depression and Anxiety

By Dr. Eric Berg DC
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The information that follows is Medical Advice for Education Purposes Only

More and more people are getting anxious by the day. Likewise, the number of people who are clinically diagnosed with depression is on the rise. These interrelated conditions either precede or ensue sleeping disorders like insomnia. Due to a disrupted circadian rhythm, the brain sends incorrect signals to the body when triggered by either the light or darkness. The relationship between vitamin sun and depression is clear, as many people get depressed during the winter months. One way to address this is to get enough vitamin D in your system by going outdoors, basking in the sunlight. Furthermore, one needs to get enough B vitamins (B1 and B12) to ensure enough quality sleep. Natural tranquilizers like potassium and magnesium also take part in your wake-sleep pattern. While there’s no way for us to completely avoid being stressed and anxious, we can always cope with these triggers by living a healthy lifestyle and reinforcing it with the right nutrition to fight insomnia, depression and anxiety. If you’re in the search for the perfect sleeping aid, click on the insomnia coupon code.

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