We often write about natural insomnia remedies and although most of the time we are cynical (HUUUUUUUU), we appreciate that some do actually work (and even have a scientific basis). So, wouldn't it be good if we could compare a few of the most popular natural insomnia remedies? Fortunately for us (and you), UK Television presenter Tessa Dunlop has done just that.
Tessa tried sleep hygiene advice from the National Health Service (and found short term success), a white noise machine (not particularly effective), a foot massage (no effect), homeopathy (no effect after six weeks), cognitive behavioral therapy, a sleep app and meditation.
Unfortunately she can't say that one remedy in particular has cured her insomnia - but she is finding that she's relying less on zopiclone, which is a positive start.
Source: Daily Mail
Last updated: July 12, 2011