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For past few days my friend is not getting enough sleep. Please suggest good home remedies to restore the sleep cycle.



Hi Reshma, firstly ask her to keep a check on her screen time. She should avoid screens during bed time. Meditation or yoga will help. A warm glass of turmeric milk at night too will help. She can play some religious songs. Also, reading a good book can be helpful. She can even try lavender oil. Just using the oil on pillows or diffuser in room will help. It helps calm down. Lavender oil from Anveya is good as it's pure.

Hey Reshma Vaishnavi tell your friend to reduce her secreen time be it phone, tv, or any other gadget, use lots of pillows to feel comfortable to promote sleep, things like warm water bath, listening to soft music, breathing exercise or meditation, having non caffeinated peppermint tea, gentle massage , and dark cozy room environment will promote sleep . Also avoid sugary beverages and caffeine before bed time as it has a negative effect in sleep

For a good sleep 1st thing is keep your cell away I mean no screen, avoid stress and you can even drink poppy seeds soaked in milk , milk with Turmeric or a good hair massage, and also try using a lavender oil in a diffuser, or on your pillow would also do... I would suggest you Anveya lavender essential oil which is made with natural essential oils and its safe to use...

Hey Reshma, tell your friend, One of the most popular remedies for insomnia is to drink warm milk or chamomile tea before bedtime. Both are believed to have effects on the brain that make it easier for you to fall asleep. When your room is dark, it's easier to fall asleep and stay asleep..

Working out during day helps a lot. Also cut down screen time before going to bed. Use Anveya's lavender oil in diffuser before bed time. It promotes quality sleep. The best


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