Hyperactive Brain May Be Cause of Insomnia

Posted under Health Stuff, In the News, Insomnia, Stress Management On By Due Daniels

Hyperactive Brain May Be Cause of InsomniaMost people have nights when they just can’t sleep. Maybe it happens a couple nights in the week. But, it is not every night or majority nights like it is for people who suffer insomnia.


Fifteen percent of adults in the US suffer chronically from insomnia. This condition can affects one’s memory and concentration. If you find yourself up counting sheep, or staring at the wall, or watching movies at 3am, you may have a hyperactive brain.


Studies suggest that the brains of insomniacs may be in a constant “on” state, continuing to operate at high levels even when it’s supposed to be dialing down to recharge at night.


If your brain is hyperactive, you have to take some measures to slow it down. Certain measures can be a food allergy test. There may be foods you’re currently eating that play a vital role in keeping your hardwired.

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Coffee or caffeine should be avoided at all cost if you suffer any type of inability to sleep. Meditate and do yoga. You may be simply stressed out if you develop insomnia. Meditation and exercises like yoga that helps the brain get into a deeply relaxed phase are very helpful.


Instead of jumping to medicine, perhaps you try a few medicines that the Creator planted… we call them herbs today. Herbs like valerian root and passion flower are noted to be good sleep aides.


Lastly, keep your body healthily hydrated and rooted in your 90 for life supplements, and insomnia will slowly do what you want… go away!


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  1. This reminds me a bit of the “dormative principle” that’s responsible for sleep (Moliere’s hypochondriac). The hyperactive brain doesn’t sleep because it’s hyperactive. Probably the narcoleptics drop off because their’s is too sleepy …

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