The arsenal of drugs used in Chinese medicine is exceeding two thousands of units. Not less than three-quarters of this amount falls to the lot of plant origin drugs – roots, flowers, herbs, fruits, etc.; while the remainder falls on drugs of animal and mineral origin. This is nothing but weighty evidence of the essential role of herbs in Chinese traditional medicine. The state of affairs is facilitated by the fact that China is the habitat for myriads of medicinal plants.
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There are dozens of ways for normalising the sleep: from diet calibration to making use of breathing techniques – the methods gathered under one roof by ‘sleep hygiene’ term. Sleep hygiene deals with practices, habits, and environmental factors that make a direct impact on sleep and have particular importance.
With the pace of modern life, polluted environment and junk food our body is exposed to constant stress, manifested by irritation, fatigue, anxiety, and as a result, disturbed sleep. Certainly, to deal with stress successfully, you need to spend more time on outdoor activities, hiking, physical exercises, yoga, massage sessions and stick to a reasonable, vitamin-rich diet. Wait a minute, but I need an effectual solution that acts immediately!