3 Ways Kava Helps You Naturally Sleep Better

June 27, 2017 1 Comment

3 Ways Kava Helps You Naturally Sleep Better

It’s no secret that sleep is extremely beneficial to our health. While sleeping, your brain prepares for the next day, improving problem solving and decision making skills. Lack of sleep is extremely harmful and can increase the risk of chronic health problems. Lack of sleep also affects the way that people feel, work, learn and socialize. Many Americans turn to alcohol to alleviate their stress and to help with sleepless deprivation without realizing that there is a healthier, safer option out there: kava. Kava’s relaxing effects on the body help to obtain sound, quality sleep. These are three leading reasons why people can’t sleep and how kava can help:

1) Kava Can Help With Anxiety & Stress

According to the ADAA, “Seven out of ten adults in the United States say they experience stress or anxiety daily, and most say it interferes at least moderately with their lives… seven out of ten of those adults say they have trouble sleeping.
” Kava contains kavalactones that promote calming effects. These calming effects relieve stress and anxiety, similar to Valium and Xanax but without the side effects. In a study that investigated the effectiveness and safety of kava (using extract WS 1490) using 61 patients who had sleep troubles associated with anxiety, patients received either kava extract WS 1490, or a placebo daily for four weeks. The study concluded that kava was in fact an effective and safe way to treat anxiety-driven insomnia. Kava is also non-addictive, unlike many pharmaceuticals and alcohol that are sought after to combat anxiety and stress. 


2) Kava Reduces Aches & Pains

The National Sleep Foundation claims that 57 percent of Americans experience some sort of chronic or acute pain. It can be difficult to fall asleep when experiencing pain and often, pain can cause more stress, which leads to even worse sleep quality. Kava has mild pain-relieving properties that alleviate muscle soreness and help the body unwind before bed.

3) Kava May Help with Depression

More than 20 million Americans are affected by depression. Depression affects the way people think, eat, and sleep. According to the National Sleep Foundation, “Insomnia is very common among depressed patients.  Evidence suggests that people with insomnia have a ten-fold risk of developing depression compared with those who sleep well. Depressed individuals may suffer from a range of insomnia symptoms, including difficulty falling asleep (sleep onset insomnia), difficulty staying asleep (sleep maintenance insomnia), unrefreshing sleep, and daytime sleepiness.” Because kavalactones positively affect serotonin levels in the body, kava can actually increase an individual’s overall mood and happiness.  Kava is also non-addictive, unlike many prescription drugs for depression, and has little to no side effects.

It is important for everyone to get a good night’s sleep, and kava can help you get the desired rest your body needs. Restful sleep heals and repairs your body and mind, while lack of sleep can be harmful. Lack of sleep can also result in microsleep. Many people do not realize when they’ve experienced microsleep, a few examples being driving and not remembering part of the trip and listening to a lecture and feeling like you missed information. Microsleep cannot be controlled and can end up being very harmful in certain situations. Kava is a great, natural way to wind down before bed and get sound, quality sleep.

 ** These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.





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Ravindra prasad
Ravindra prasad

July 07, 2017

Very useful thanks a lot can I please get more write ups on benefits of kava

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