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Traditional Chinese Medicine Tricks to Help You Sleep Better

  • 3 min read

Sleep is essential for our overall well-being, but many people struggle with insomnia and other sleep disorders. Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) offers valuable insights and remedies to promote better sleep.

By understanding the balance of yin and yang energies within our bodies, incorporating mindful practices, and utilizing specific herbs and ingredients, we can improve our sleep quality naturally. In this blog post, we will explore TCM tricks to help you achieve restful and rejuvenating sleep.

The Importance of Yin and Yang Balance:

According to TCM, our body's organs have different functions and repair themselves at specific times of the day. 

During sleep, the liver, responsible for emotional well-being, and the gallbladder, governing emotions and judgment, replenish themselves. Disrupting this natural cycle by sleeping late can deplete their energy reserves, leading to emotional instability and impaired judgment. 

Therefore, maintaining a regular sleep schedule that aligns with the yin and yang energies is crucial.

Mindfulness Meditation for Calming the Mind:

Emotional turmoil and an agitated mind can cause stagnation of qi (energy) and impair our ability to fall asleep.

TCM suggests practicing mindfulness meditation before bed to calm the mind. Focus solely on your breath, inhaling and exhaling deeply, letting go of any unpleasant or worrying thoughts. By embracing the present moment and relinquishing negative emotions, you can create a peaceful mindset conducive to restful sleep.

Massaging Techniques to Encourage Relaxation:

Massaging specific acupressure points can help promote relaxation and improve sleep quality. One such point is anmian, also known as the "peaceful sleep" point, located behind the ear between the ear and the base of the skull. 

Applying gentle pressure to this point in a circular motion can help release tension and induce relaxation. By incorporating self-massage techniques, you can alleviate stress and prepare your body for a restful sleep.

Herbal Remedies and Ingredients:

TCM offers a wealth of herbal remedies and ingredients to support better sleep. Longan fruit, known for its ability to improve circulation, can be consumed raw, dried, or steeped as a tea. Adding a few red jujubes and goji berries can further enhance its circulatory benefits. 

Additionally, jujube seed (suan zao ren) is commonly used to treat insomnia. It strengthens circulation, calms the mind, and reduces irritability. Try taking 2 of our Jujube seed gummies for better sleep.

Try adding goji berries to balance the inherent yin properties of chrysanthemum, you can further nourish the liver. This calming herb can be enjoyed before bedtime to promote a sense of tranquility and prepare the body for sleep.

Yin and Yang Dietary Suggestions:

In TCM, sleep disorders are often associated with imbalances in yin and yang energies. To promote better sleep, it is recommended to focus on predominantly yin (cooling) foods and avoid yang (heating) foods. Yin foods, such as tofu, cucumber, bananas, watermelon, and green beans, have a high moisture content and promote a cooling effect on the body. Conversely, it is advised to limit alcohol, caffeine, sweet, pungent, or spicy foods, which are considered yang foods that can disrupt sleep patterns.

Traditional Chinese Medicine offers valuable insights and remedies to address sleep disorders and improve sleep quality naturally. By embracing the concepts of yin and yang balance, practicing mindfulness, utilizing acupressure techniques, and incorporating specific herbs and ingredients, you can enhance your sleep routine and wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. 

Explore the wisdom of TCM to unlock the secrets of restful sleep and promote overall well-being.

Disclaimer: This blog post is for informational purposes only and should not replace medical advice. Consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner or TCM professional before making any significant changes to your sleep routine or diet.