Fight Insomnia With Juices And Smoothies

Fight Insomnia With Juices And Smoothies

Insomnia is a sleep disorder that results from constant stress and worries, a busy lifestyle and having too many activities. Nowadays, there are lots of people suffering from this problem.

If you are one of those suffering from insomnia then you need the importance of dealing with this problem as soon as possible to avoid it from affecting your health. There are recipes for juice and smoothies that can help your body relax so you can have a better sleep.

Lettuce And Banana Smoothie

This healthy beverage can help control anxiety and stress, thereby promoting relaxation of the entire body to prevent insomnia.


1 small banana
90 grams of romaine lettuce
4 chamomile flowers
Juice from 1/2 lemon


Make a tea using the chamomile flowers and set aside the liquid. Wash and chop the lettuce leaves and then add the tea and all remaining ingredients to the blender. Process it for a few minutes and drink it chilled, half an hour before going to bed.

Lettuce And Cucumber Juice

Lettuce and cucumber are two ingredients that are known to be excellent for fighting insomnia. Cucumber has tryptophan, an amino acid, which stimulates the production of serotonin – a hormone associated with good sleep and better mood. Lettuce, meanwhile, has important nutrients that help eliminate feelings of anxiety and promote healthy sleep.


1 cucumber
1/2 head of lettuce


Slice the cucumber and separate the leaves of lettuce. Add them all to a blender, process for a few minutes, and drink this juice well chilled.

Green Juice To Fight Insomnia

The combination of a variety of nutrients in this green juice recipe can help relax your body and stimulate better sleep in order to fight problems like insomnia. With this, your overall sleep quality can be improved and also has a positive effect on stress, high blood pressure, and digestion.


1 cucumber
1 piece of ginger root
1 green apple (with peel)
2 stalks of celery
Juice from 1 lemon
9 stalks of asparagus


Soak the asparagus stalks in cold water for about an hour. Cut the apple and cucumber into large pieces. Add the ginger, celery, and fruit to your blender. Strain the water from the asparagus and along with lemon juice, pour it over the other ingredients. Process everything for a few minutes and enjoy this juice every day after lunch.

You should see a specialist for other treatment options if you’re unable to control your insomnia naturally. If left untreated, this disorder could become a major and debilitating problem.



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