Insomnia and

Nutrition Deficiency


“Living a healthy lifestyle will only deprive you of poor health, lethargy, and fat.”
Jill Johnson

Studies have found that nutrition has a huge impact on how well you do (or do not) sleep. If you were well nourished you would not even notice all the things that commonly wake you up or keep you awake at night. If you are nutritionally deficient, your nervous system is edgy. That means that a minor disturbance will awaken you or keep you from falling asleep, when normally it would not. Eating a high phytochemical diet and also, knowing specific things you need to do should do the trick.

“You are what you eat,” as the saying goes.

Apparently, what you eat

affects how you sleep too.

It is often impossible to determine just what type of nutritional deficiency causes this. It is commonly a mineral deficiency. But there are hundreds, if not thousands, of unnoticeable nutritional deficiencies or imbalances that can cause insomnia. But there are the major ones that we are going to discuss in this article.

If your insomnia is caused by nutrition deficiencies, you will be quickly amazed. You will wonder where all the aches and pains, tossing and turning, and noises in the night went. You might even be amazed to find out that your nighttime urination was not a prostate or bladder problem at all. Rather, nutritional deficiencies woke you. Also, you should eat a high phytochemical diet that will do the trick.

Ensuring that you get sufficient amounts of these nutrients in the food and as well as in whole food supplements listed below is a great step toward ridding yourself of sleep troubles and insomnia.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • How calcium affects the way you sleep

  • What is interaction between vitamin D, vitamin F and calcium

  • Why magnesium deficiency makes difficult to sleep

  • Link between B-complex vitamins and insomnia

  • How vitamin B works