According to medical journals one in five people has a sleeping problem. Women more than men, adults more than young, city dwellers more than rural residents. Others find it hard to sleep; others wake up very early, and others
 wake up frequently during the night. Sleep involves intense electrical activity in the brain. When you sleep harmoniously a whole night, several sleep waves going through. First, slowly immersing yourself in a deep sleep called delta waves. This is a deep sleep, during which all operations slow down. Brain, heart and muscles are resting. The body is cleaned and reconstructed. After slowly climbing to the wave top, a much lighter sleep called sleep to rapid eye movement (G.K.M) appear, and is completely different. During this period we dream. Researchers have discovered that there is so much activity in the brain during sleep G.K.M, as much as when someone is completely awake. At this stage the brain absorbs the day's events, and stores them in its memory, such as an electronic computer does. You can spend four to six such waves during the night. Each wave lasts about half time. This sleep rhythm is essential for the wellbeing of an individual. Sleep rhythm may be disturbed by alcohol, the sedative and hypnotics pills that eliminate or reduce the significant G.K.M sleep. This rhythm can also be disrupted by increase appetite drugs and cough drops or syrups. The requirements of the body for sleep change with age. Babies need 18 hours sleep, younger need 7-8 hours sleep, while older need 4-7 hours. Disturbed sleep is common among pensioners, unemployed, those who have mental disorders and those suffering from chronic diseases. In general, men sleep better than women and the elderly sleep worse than young. Sleep is for people, what is tuning for a clock. Sleep stores energy in the body, brain and balance nervous system. After a good night's sleep we wake up with a fun mood, buckle down ourselves on the work that lies ahead. Not only we feel better, but we have a better look. In addition, sleep distracts us from cares and life tensions. Napping not only repose our bodies but relieve us from soul cargoes such injustices, poor health, loneliness. So, certainly the appropriate sleep is vital. But what if we can not have a normal sleep?

If you have trouble sleeping, think that there is multiple fellow suffering with you in advanced industrial countries. In these countries 50% of adults more or less bothered by insomnia after 30 years of age. Generally, women have more difficulties with sleep than men. It also appears that insomnia increases in time. Retail sales of hypnotics and sedatives have increased over the last 10 years at 535 %. Insomnia takes one of the following three forms. Some find it very difficult to sleep as soon as they lie down. Others fall asleep right away but waking up early in the morning and can not sleep any more. Others also have the problem of waking up during breaks. What is the cause of insomnia? Can insomnia has different causes? It could be hereditary, a birth defect in which the brain fails to produce serotonin which is a hormonal substance. This substance acts as sedative syrup enters the blood and triggers body sleep. Of course, you may not have a birth defect, but the problem could be caused by a small pain, that you do not understand because you're busy with your work during the day. It can however occur during the night and wake you up at intervals. On the other hand, the problem of sleep may be caused by stimulant such as coffee, tea, coca cola. Today, the world consumes about 1.5 billion cups of coffee a day. A cup of coffee may contain 500 chemicals that are the natural texture of coffee. However, most studies have focused on the caffeine. In most people caffeine brings insomnia or irritability or concentration difficulties. Besides the negative emotions such as guilt feelings, excessive ambition, emotional insecurity, especially anxiety or sadness can not let you sleep. The spiritual oppression can also cause insomnia, particularly nervous system exhaustion. On the other hand, the fun and excitement or emotions seeking can remove your sleep. Sleeping pills may seem like the easiest solution. These pills must be used only in emergencies. They can help you for one or two weeks, but then it is very likely to harm you than gain benefit.  People who suffer from insomnia think they are helped by the sedative pills. Very likely, however, the patient who get used to sedative pills, can have serious deprivation symptoms.

Is it possible to overcome insomnia without resorting to pills?

Homeopathy has a solution. It requires only little effort from you to avoid drinking coffee or other stimulants during the day. During the homeopathic treatment, patient will feel less upset, less excited and more patient than before. Also, the way we view things changing, and positive emotions arise such as joy, optimism, serenity, and courage. Emotionally, people are released from fears depression and anxiety. Homeopathy balance, electrolyte, metabolic, vascular, respiratory and cellular function. Initially homeopathy calms the mind, suspends all thoughts and soothes the nervous system by bringing sleep.  Many people change body’s positions in bed, cover their face, ears and eyes because they think they will sleep. But they are deluded, because sleep is mind and nervous system calming. In short, homeopathy, acts hastening permanent sleep solution, without opioid drugs dependence. In the case of patients who already take sedatives chemical drugs to induce sleep, the interruption can be achieved gradually. Of course the different patients suffering from insomnia need different homeopathy remedies, which besides sleep difficulties, can cure phobias, nightmares, anxiety, and nervousness. Homeopathy cures insomnia permanently, in a short time, safely, securely, without side effects and without sedatives help.