Spending the better part of the night pacing around the house or simply counting sheep because you just cannot sleep? Stress, anxiety, or a mind that is in constant active mode do not make the most ideal conditions for a restful night’s sleep. This is where our night time stress formula Nisha can prove to be a most effective ayurvedic remedy. Nisha according to ancient Indian texts actually means ‘night’. Our product, made using natural ayurvedic herbs, is not a sedative but rather helps in calming the mind and soothing the senses. It is also useful in getting rid of all the excess, unwanted thoughts, ensuring a deep, peaceful whole night’s sleep. And what’s more... as it does not make the user drowsy, Nisha is also an excellent adjunctive herb for meditation and yoga practice.it is also non addictive.
Lack of a sound and peaceful sleep can be potentially harmful to your health (Insomnia is one of the most common sleep disorders). Extreme work pressures, problems with relationships, unhealthy food and lifestyle habits, dependence on alcohol and high intake of caffeine, hypertension are all primary stress inducers resulting in sleep deprivation. Not getting enough sleep can result in accidents on the job and on the road; reduce your focus and concentration, affect your relationships, health, and mental prowess and leave you feeling lethargic and sluggish.
In order to tackle sleep deprivation, it is essential to be aware of its symptoms. Having difficulty falling asleep despite being tired, awakening too early in the morning despite not feeling refreshed, daytime drowsiness, fatigue, and irritability, awakening frequently during the night or lying awake in the middle of the night, requiring sleeping pills or alcohol to fall asleep are some of the most common signs of stress-related sleep disorders. Studies show that a normal human being spends his one-third life asleep. A lack of restorative rest can have far more long term health consequences than just sleepiness. For long, ancient ayurveda has maintained that the right herbal remedy can help resolve obvious symptoms of anxiety. And based exactly on these teaching we have come up with our night-time stress formula Nisha.
Disclaimer - The result of the product may differ from person to person and the result is not guaranteed.
All Nisarga Herbs products are tested and have no side effects.
- • Brahmi Ghan ( Bacopa Monniera) 190 mg
- • Jatamansi Ghan ( Nardostachys Jatamansi) 5 mg
- • Excipients Q.S.
The product contains two ayurvedic herbs that are known to bring night-time relief, ensuring your mind is in a calm and peaceful state, purged of all excess thoughts, allowing your body to take the rest that it requires. As Nisha is not a sedative it does not cause drowsiness. More importantly, as Nisha allows you to slow your thought process, it is also very helpful during meditation and yoga practice.
Brahmi (Bacopa monniera): Brahmi is used as both herb and vegetable, as a cure for stress and anxiety. Although in India ayurveda has been using brahmi in various formulas for thousands of years, as an herbal remedy to cure stress-related diseases, scientific research to confirm the effectiveness of the herb is in its early stages. An experiment with animals found that brahmi helps the brain restore the enzymes that help it clear away stress hormones.
Jatamansi (Spikenard) (Nardostachys jatamansi): Jatamansi is the Himalayan equivalent of the calmative herb valerian, but without its sedative effects. Jatamansi helps relax the muscles. Basic biological research suggests that it blunts the effects of histamine your body makes during allergies. Laboratory studies have shown that Jatamansi protects the brain from the effects of poor circulation. In another study, it increased production of the anti-depressant chemical serotonin (serotonin is a monoamine neurotransmitter synthesised in serotonergic neurons in the central nervous system (CNS) and enterochromaffin cells in the gastrointestinal tract of animals including humans.
Dosage : 1 Capsule twice a day with water after meals or as directed by physician.