How Ayurvedic Medicine Can Help You Sleep Like a Baby 

Written By  Aquib Nawab, BBA

Medically Reviewed By  Dr. Sandeep Madaan, MD (Ayurveda)


Embark on a journey through Ayurveda's timeless wisdom to discover the secrets of enjoying rejuvenating sleep every single day. 

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1. Ayurveda's Perspective on Sleep Imbalances 

Ayurveda reveals sleep's tridosha influence—Vata, Pitta, Kapha. Kapha induces rest with heaviness. Charak Samhita explains six sleep types; balance for better sleep. 

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2. Importance of a Big Lunch 

Ayurveda advises lunch as the main meal due to midday sun's digestive boost. Heavy meals aid early evening winding down for better rest. 

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3. Maintain a Consistent Sleep Schedule 

Disrupted sleep cycles cause modern sleep issues. Align dinner early, go to bed consistently, and restore natural sleep rhythm. Better sleep, less stress. 

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4. Yoga and Meditation for Better Sleep 

Stress disrupts sleep. Scientific research has shown regular 6-week meditation, mindfulness eases insomnia and deepens sleep. Yoga asanas improve sleep quality. 

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5. Physical Activity for Better Sleep 

Active life induces tiredness, sound sleep. Sedentary living disrupts body clock, impairs sleep timing. Exercise—gym, walk, home workouts—restores rhythm. 

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6. Ashwagandha's Sleep Benefits 

Natural herb for insomnia, stress management. Ashwagandha soothes, enhances sleep. Try convenient Ashwagandha Sparkles for mood, distress, rejuvenation. 

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7. Almonds for Improved Sleep 

Nutrition and restful sleep. Rich in proteins, antioxidants, melatonin, magnesium. Enhance sleep quality—melatonin regulates, magnesium reduces stress. 

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8. Chamomile Tea for Relaxation 

Chamomile tea's relaxing benefits. Apigenin antioxidants bind brain receptors, promoting restful sleep. Studies show earlier sleep, reduced nighttime waking. 

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9. Kiwi: The Sleep Superfood 

Tap into kiwi's potential—nutrient-rich fruit. Vitamin C, Vitamin K, antioxidants. Better sleep linked—fall asleep faster, longer rest, enhanced quality. 

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