Sleep is mostly important for our brain to rest and refresh itself. Sleep includes some stages in which our brain cleans itself. Like all tissues, our brain also produces waste toxins after a tough day’s thinking. However, the brain, unlike most of the other organs, doesn’t have a lymphatic system to wash away the waste effectively. Hence, it has to clean itself with a special “waste removal system”. And this system becomes active only in certain stages of sleep. Being deprived of this cleaning because of insomnia will of course cause a lot of problems that affect our brain and mind.
Time for Brain to Wash Away
Sleep stages continue at about 90-minute intervals. Meanwhile, our brain cleans almost everything that it collected through senses. Information is classified during sleep as “important” or “unimportant”. Unimportant information and its connections, which constitute the most, are wiped away. This makes our brain fresh and organized for the next day.
How the mechanisms that sort out our memories work is not definitely known yet. But there is a significant clue about how the classification as “important” or “unimportant” is made: All the information to which we attach emotional importance is classified as “important”; however, our experiences which are emotionally ineffective are not classified.
If you can’t sleep enough during night, you feel sleepy and tired out. This has various effects on people’s lives; such as feeling less energetic, changes in mood and less productivity at work. Although it changes according to health conditions and ages, an average person should sleep 7-8 hours at night.
1 dessert spoon of flos lavandulae romanae
1 glass of boiling water
How to make
- Put flos lavandulae romanae into boilng water.
- Brew for about 5 minutes at medium heat. And then drain it afterwards.
- You can drink it before you go to bed at night.
You should continue to use the cure for 21 days to get the most out of it. And do not brew it more than 5 minutes.