All Natural Herbal Homeopathic "State of The Art" Formulation by Ethelyn. Makes a tea which can be made and drank warm with honey, sweet & low or stevia (NO WHITE OR BROWN SUGAR PLEASE) before bedtime. It can also be brewed/steeped and drank cold if needed. It is vitally important to sleep 5-8 hours per night to maintain optimum body health, wellness, calmness/peacefulness! 💕 Pictured in small bags are Stevia (Natural Sweetener) & Cherries to add to your tea.
Alarming Insomnia Statistics for 2021
Almost 40 million Americans suffer from chronic insomnia.
Up to 95% of Americans have experienced at least one episode of insomnia in their lives.
About 1 in 4 Americans will develop insomnia each year.
It’s estimated that in 2023, there will be 130,482,156 total cases of acute insomnia.
According to stats, 25% of children suffer from behavioral insomnia.
About 75% of people suffering from depression have insomnia.
39.1% of people who currently have or have had insomnia claim the sleep disorder runs in their family.
People with chronic insomnia are four times more likely to report having hallucinations.
People taking sleeping pills may have a three-time higher risk of early death.
The annual costs related to insomnia in the US surpass $100 billion.
Women are twice as likely to develop insomnia.
(Michigan Health)Hormones are just one reason women are more prone to insomnia. Another is that women are more inclined to mood disorders, which can lead to sleep problems. Moreover, women often become overwhelmed with balancing their work and family responsibilities, thereby affecting their sleep habits.
About 78% of pregnant women experience insomnia.
(American Pregnancy Association)The sleep disorders statistics collected on a worldwide level show that women often have sleep problems during their pregnancies. There are a number of reasons for this, from back pain to heartburn to anxiety. Sleep problems become especially common in the third trimester, when finding a comfortable sleep position gets more and more challenging.
During menopause, 40%–50% of women have episodes of insomnia.
This is due to the changes in hormonal levels that occur during menopause.