Topic5 Tips to Cure Snoring Problems

  • Wed 24th Apr 2019 - 11:27am

    Pros: You'll avoid taking over-the-counter or prescription drugs to get some insomnia relief. Mela Luna Sleep Aid A big problem with even over the counter sleep-inducing drugs is that they really can make you incredibly groggy, and you might still feel that way when you wake the next day. Everyone is different, so a pill that might be perfect for someone else to help them sleep and wake feeling refreshed might be too strong for you. Or it could be too weak, and only make you feel tired without helping you sleep.

    Another problem with these drugs is not only are they usually pretty expensive, but almost all of them have the potential to be addictive. Not many people worry about becoming addicted to herbal tea, so the non-addictive properties of most herbs definitely fall on the pro side of the argument.

    Cons: Herbal doesn't automatically mean safe. People like to equate natural with safe automatically, but there are a lot of natural substances out there that are anything but safe. And herbal substances aren't regulated like medications are, so you have to do your own due diligence and research on herbs on your own rather than rely on the FDA to make sure you're taking something that's actually going to benefit you.

    You'll also still need to avoid certain herbs if you take prescription medications, are pregnant or have certain conditions. It's a good idea to ask your pharmacist or doctor, or do a lot of research on any herbal remedy, to make sure that you're not using something that could potentially harm you.




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