I’ve seen so many articles with natural sleep remedies that include many of the basic things like avoiding caffeine, regular exercise, and creating a good sleep environment

1. Put Your Feet Up – The Right Way Put your feet up for 15-30 minutes at night. Lying on the ground and resting feet at a 90-degree angle on a couch or chair are effective.

2. Honey and Salt Mix 1/2 teaspoon of natural sugar (honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, etc.) with natural salt and consume 15-20 minutes before bed. Mix the mixture into chamomile tea and add gelatin (optional).

1. Sitting or lying down, count to four while inhaling through the nose. 2. Count to seven without breathing. 3. Exhale slowly while counting to eight. 4. Repeat until you're relaxed.

4. Cherry Juice I drink tart cherry juice at night to improve sleep quality, especially after intense workouts when it helps with muscle recovery and stiffness. Cherry juice can be added to chamomile or other herbal teas (with honey salt) to improve the taste.

5. Sleep Journal Every night, I recorded when I ate dinner, turned off electronics, and went to bed. Next morning, I added my wake-up time and a sleep note. Even after a week or two,

6. Morning Exercise f you have an autoimmune condition like I do, opt for heavy weights or a program like this one over strenuous cardio. A 4-minute Tabata session or time on the rebounder will also do the trick.

These unusual natural sleep remedies are extremely effective, in my experience, but they aren’t often recommended.