Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Wellbeing, and Peak Human Performance.
If you really have trouble sleeping at night and simply keeping tossing around in the bed throughout the night, it is best to think about taking some supplements that will help induce sleep. There are various dietary supplements for insomnia available in the market that can help you to sleep better but one has to be wary about what kind of supplement they pick.
While most of these supplements might be herbal and perhaps are meant to be a natural remedy of some sorts, these supplements can still have their side effects. For instance they might obstruct the effects of other medications and hamper the absorption of essential vitamins in your body. Though scientific evidence is still being collected for the effectiveness of sleep-promoting supplements, you can still manage to find some remedies that can work brilliantly for you.
To help you out, mentioned below are the two supplements that have the most scientific evidence present, advocating their efficiency:
Valerian: The mentioned name is naturally occurring herb which is known to have sedative effects that can induce sleep.
Melatonin: Our bodies are meant to produce melatonin naturally at night. Though melatonin supplements available in the market might not work for everyone, they might just work for you.
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