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Monday, August 10, 2009

RELAXALL Enhances Sound Sleep, Nervous Tension Relief

RELAXALL is designed to relieve nervous tension, calm anxiety, and promote soundsleep without causing next-day grogginess, by mildly regulating the irritability of the nervous system and lessening various body pains.

SUGGESTED USE:

1 to 2 vegicap/s 2-3 times daily between meals. Never take more than 2 vegicaps during the daytime. For better sleep, take 2-3 vegicaps 30-60 minutes before bedtime.

INGREDIENTS:

Chamomile Flower B.E.E. -- contains volatile oils, including alpha-bisabolol, alpha-basibolol oxides A & B and matricin (usually converted to chamazulene). Other active constituents include the flavonoids apigenin, luteolin and quercetin. These active ingredients contribute to chamomile's anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic and smooth muscle relaxing action, particularly in the gastro-intestinal tract. Besides being beneficial for the digestive system, Chamomile is also helpful with anxiety and insomnia.

Passion Flower Herb B.E.E. -- contains a group of alkaloids and flavonoids that have relaxing and anti-anxiety effects on the body. It primarily works on the nervous system, particularly for anxiety due to mental worry and overwork. It is also good for insomnia and several varieties of pain.

Hops Herb B.E.E. -- is high in two bitter constituents, humulone and lupulone. these are thought to be responsible for the improvement of poor appetite. It also contains volatile oils. It has sedative and anti-anxiety properties and helps with insomnia, particularly for those with insomnia resulting from an upset stomach.

Albizzia Fruit B.E.E. -- helps relieve emotional constraint when associated with symptoms of bad temper, depression, insomnia, irritability and poor memory. It also relieves pain and dissipates abscesses and swelling due to trauma (including fractures).

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INSOMNIA


Insomnia is a sleep disorder of difficulty initiating or maintaining sleep. People with insomnia have one or more of the following symptoms.
  • Difficulty falling asleep
  • Waking up often during the night and having trouble going back to sleep
  • Waking up too early in the morning
  • Having sleep that is not refreshing
Kinds of Insomnia

  • Primary insomnia - a person is having sleep problems that are not directly associated with any other health condition or problem.
  • Secondary insomnia - a person is having sleep problems because of certain factors, such as a health condition (for example, asthma, depression, arthritis, cancer, or heartburn), pain, medicine they are taking, or a substance they are using (such as alcohol or coffee).

Insomnia also varies in how long it lasts and how often it occurs. It can be short-term (acute insomnia) or can last a long time (chronic insomnia). Insomnia can also come and go, with periods of time when a person has no sleep problems.
  • Acute insomnia can last from one night to a few weeks.

  • Insomnia is called chronic when a person has insomnia at least three nights a week of a month or longer.

There are still other ways to classify insomnia. One of the most common forms of insomnia is called psychophysiological ("mind-body") insomnia. This is a disorder of learned, sleep-preventing associations, such as not being able to sleep because either the body or mind is not relaxed.

People with this insomnia usually have excessive, daily worries about not being able to fall or stay asleep when desired and worry that their efforts to fall asleep will be unsuccessful. Many people with this condition are concerned that they will never have a good night of sleep again.

Stress is the most common cause of psychophysiological insomnia. While sleep problems are common when going through a stressful event, some people continue to have sleep problems long after the stressful event is over. Sometimes the stress and sleep problems create an ongoing, worsening cycle of each problem.

Approximately 50 per cent of adults experience occasional bouts of insomnia, and 1 in 10 complain of chronic insomnia.

Insomnia is approximately twice as common in women as in men, and is more common in older than younger people.

In addition to stress, the other causes of acute insomnia include:

  • Other significant types of life stressors (job loss or change, death of a loved one, moving)
  • Illness
  • Medications
  • Emotional or physical discomfort
  • Environmental factors, such as noise, light, or extreme temperatures (hot or cold) that interfere with sleep
  • Things that interfere with a normal sleep schedule (jet lag or switching from a day to night shift, for example)
Causes of chronic insomnia include the following:

  • Depression

  • Chronic stress

  • Pain or discomfort at night
Symptoms of insomnia include sleepiness during the day, general tiredness, irritability, and problems with concentration or memory.

SOURCE:
MedicineNet.com


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