You'll hit the hay in no time.
The best way to concoct a formula that will help you fall asleep in minutes is by combining all of the listed essentials into a dark colored glass spray bottle:
- 10 drops of Roman chamomile oil
- 10 drops of lavender oil
- 4 oz of magnesium oil
The reason as to why the glass needs to be dark is so the essential oils will keep their potency since exposure to sunlight causes them to deteriorate. Be sure to shake the bottle before applying the mixture to the bottoms of your feet. Just spray before you get into bed, which will let you fall asleep within minutes of use.
Your body will begin to relax and all of your stress will soon evaporate, allowing you a very restful night of peaceful sleep.
The combination of these essential oils will relax all of your muscles, soothing any tension that resides deep within your body. You will notice how easy it is to slip into slumber with just one try of this application.
Again, it's important to keep in mind all of the negative side-effects that can happen with a great lack of sleep in your life. Some of the previously listed symptoms can tie into a lot of other stresses that can make your life seemingly difficult.
The more you are able to finally let your body shut down for just a little while lets it regain all of the necessary strength to take on what might happen tomorrow. Do not allow yourself to fall to insomnia; you will beat this restlessness.
If you are concerned for anyone you may know that has insomnia, give them these ingredients so they can learn how to sleep better.
All of these ingredients are natural and can be found at local health food stores. The same can be said about the glass spray bottles — a majority of health food stores have them in stock for these kinds of things.
There are also a variety of other methods you can try to getting a good night's rest, so do not limit yourself to this one thing. Hopefully, this was useful for you and achieving a good night's sleep.
This article was originally published at Higher Perspective. Reprinted with permission from the author.