Some of the reasons for Insomnia are.
Physical/ Psychological disorder.
Suggested treatment ( no Tablets please)
Take food that is neither too hot nor cold.
Use less Spice.
Prepare food afresh for every meal;do not eat out of a refrigerator.
Have more vegetables.
Have a Good breakfast before 8 am,meals between 1 and 2 pm,night dinner between 8 and 10 pm.
Go to bed by not later than 1030 pm and wake up by not later than 6 am.
Go for a walk for about 30 minutes and take bath before going to bed.
Avoid viewing TV , Browsing thirty minutes before going to bed.
Never keep your head towards West or North while sleeping.
Preferable to sleep with Head pointing towards East.
Avoid Liquor and tobacco.
Have a Glass of warm Milk before going to bed.
Do not worry about to-morrow ;do what you can and leave it at that.
Have one faith or another;it can even be Atheism .
Two reports released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Thursday reveal the sleep habits of adults in the United States, including their increasing tendency to get fewer than seven hours a night, hurting their ability to concentrate and raising the risk of driving.
Residents of Hawaii have particular trouble sleeping well, according to the responses to one survey, and the CDC said more research on the matter is needed…
In one report, based on a survey of nearly 75,000 people in 2009, CDC researchers examined four unhealthy sleep behaviors: inadequate sleep, snoring, nodding off during the day and nodding off while driving.
Thirty-five percent reported getting fewer than seven hours of sleep on an average night, 48 percent reported snoring, 38 percent reported unintentionally falling asleep during the day sometime in the previous month, and nearly 5 percent said they’d nodded off while driving in the previous month.
The number of U.S. adults reporting that they get fewer than seven hours of sleep rose from 1985 to 2004, and that increase could be attributed to trends such as the increased use of technology and more people working night shifts, the CDC said.
Among people ages 25 to 54, nearly 40 percent reported getting fewer than seven hours of sleep. People over 65 were the least likely to say they got fewer than seven hours of sleep — about 25 percent of them reported this.
About 46 percent of those currently unable to find work said they got fewer than seven hours of sleep, compared with 37 percent of employed people. And, of the 12 states in which adults were surveyed, Minnesota had the lowest rate (27 percent) of residents who got fewer than seven hours of sleep, while 45 percent of Hawaiians said the same.
Insomnia can be a symptom of physical disorders, although for most of us it’s the result of tension, stress and anxiety—and of course the more anxious we get about our insomnia, the worse it gets. If your doctor pronounces you a “healthy” insomniac, he might suggest some of the techniques provided here. Or she might prescribe drugs to help you get to sleep.
Play some soft, soothing music that will lull you to sleep. There are many CDs designed for that very purpose. Some are specially composed music, others simply have sounds of waves rhythmically breaking, or the steady pattern of a heartbeat. Some will lead you to sleep with a combination of music, voice and other soothing sounds. We found one particular system that generates endless combinations of sounds tailored to your specifications.