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Sleep Disturbance & Chronic Insomnia - Caused by Over Masturbation

Long-term sleep disorders are associated with multiple factors, which may often be secondary symptoms of established diseases. Sleep disorders can be caused by physical illness, such as cardiovascular diseases, heartburn, allergies, arthritis and nervous system problems. More recent studies have shown that abnormal levels of hormones are associated with chronic insomnia. [1]

The Masturbation Imbalance

Chronic masturbation habits can result in a hormonal imbalance. During sex or masturbation, the body loses necessary hormones. Melatonin, a necessary sleep hormone, is one of those necessary hormones the body loses. When the body experiences a large reduction in melatonin, the body cannot go to sleep.

Stages of Chronic Insomina

The severity of chronic insomnia caused by over masturbation develops in stages. During the problematic stage, the sufferer experiences fatigue and difficulty concentrating. The severe stage finds him moody with minor sleep disturbances, while the addictive stage causes chronic fatigue and early signs of insomnia. During the severely addictive stage, a male encompasses all of the aforementioned symptoms, plus full-blown insomnia.

Natural Solutions
Did You Know?

Our biological clock is regulated by circadian rhythm and melatonin. As people age, production of melatonin greatly decreases, causing sleep difficulty.
Many people take supplemental melatonin at bedtime to help them fall asleep. Depending on the individual, the recommended dose of melatonin ranges from 0.3 to 6 mg.

Many natural remedies help to manage insomnia. For example, Passion Flower, Nacre Calcined, Cistanches Desertecolae, Dong Quai and SAM-e in the Sleep Deprivation Herbal Remedy with SAM-e calm your body and help restore the dominance of the parasympathetic nervous system at night.

Herbal teas help manage insomnia and initiate sleep faster, too. For example, Chamomile tea is popular for managing mild sleep disorders. Lemon balm has calming effects that may promote relaxation and sleep. Kava Kava helps people with anxiety and insomnia. Valerian promotes relaxation. A list of botanic teas for insomina can be found on Botanical Sleep Comfort Tea.

Tips to Improve Your Sleep

Here are a few advices to help improve your sleep:

  • Cut down on stimulants, such as caffeine, nicotine and alcohol late in the day
  • Try not to take naps during the day
  • Stop eating a large meal in the evening
  • Meditate an hour before sleep. Meditation reduces sleep level
  • Take natural remedies to  resolve Restless Leg Syndrome
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