Fall Asleep and Stay Asleep!
It’s time to stop struggling with sleep. Give your body the attention and resources it needs to rest deeply.
A good night’s rest is serious! It affects our entire body and can determine how we move through our next day. When we sleep well, we feel energized, replenished and healthy. When we don’t sleep well, we feel sluggish, tired and out-of-sorts.
Those simple words describe the big picture of how we feel. Can you imagine how our organs and cells are really feeling?
Try Something New
If you have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, suffer from nightmares or general restlessness, this topic is for you!
For those who mumbled, “I’ve tried it all already, Malerie.” Take a listen. I guarantee you’ll gain new insight into your sleep situation.
In this video, you’ll learn:
- The Chinese medical perspective on sleep
- The three organs most involved in sleep
- How those organs are connected to sleep
- Five tips for a restful night sleep
Click on the image below to watch the video.
Grab your Sleep Guide Below
Print it out and keep it by your nightstand.
Remember, your sleep situation is unique. Everyone’s is. What I talk about in the video can be applied to those sleep issues mentioned above. For specific attention, I encourage you to make an appointment with me or your local acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist.
Complimentary Sleep Guide
Fall asleep easily tonight with these unconventional and proven steps. One my even remind you of your childhood!
Research Based Evidence
Acupuncture and Chinese herbs are two tools that have been used to aid in sleep. This 2012 study demonstrated that acupuncture can improve sleep in postmenopausal women. The woman in this study suffered from insomnia and received treatment over a five-week period.
An earlier study published in 1999, also concluded the effectiveness of acupuncture in insomnia patients. Each patient was diagnosed according to Traditional Chinese Medicine and treated by a practitioner within three to five sessions.
Most recently in 2017, a study was published that evaluated the data of clinical studies and pharmacological research on popular Chinese herbal formulas and single Chinese herbs used for insomnia. The results concluded similar chemical components needed to help us sleep. High five for plant medicine!
As always, thank you for reading and watching,
Disclaimer: I am a physician of Oriental Medicine, but I am not your physician. The information in this article is for educational and inspirational informational purposes only and is not medical advice. The author is not liable for any actions related to the content in this article. For specific medical advise, please consult with your health care provider.
Disclaimer: This information is intended for general reference only. It is not a replacement for professional health advice. The content in this post intentionally does not provide dosage information or possible interactions with prescription drugs or other medications. Please contact a certified health practitioner such as a physician of Oriental Medicine or Herbalist before considering use. To schedule an appointment with Malerie, visit the services page.