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  1. Hi John

    You’ve outlined some great tips for getting sleep with a skin condition. I suffer from eczema and it is bad at the moment and really affecting my sleep which in turn affects my day. I find it really affects my mood when I am tired and in pain. People who haven’t suffered from these conditions don’t really understand the impact they have on your daily life. Would you agree?
    Regards,
    Megan

    • You are absolutely right Megan, a good night sleep is everything in life, for you and the people around you. It is not something that you should neglect. 

      I guess that you have consulted a dermatologist to make sure that it is eczema, as it is often mistaken with psoriasis. Anyway, you can treat them in pretty the same way. The difference is that eczema can be treated completely, and psoriasis cannot be completely cured, yet.

      If the treatments you are following are not working, you should explore other technics, while remaining with the natural idea in order to avoid side effects of the regular medicines.

      There are a few that you could already start with: A Skin Disorder Diet, then, one that works well for most skin disorders is the Dead Sea Salt And Psoriasis.

      I hope that this will help you, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask them here. You will find plenty of help.

      I wish you the very best of heath.

      John ツ

  2. I love this article. Everyone wants to know how to sleep better at night and generally get better rest during their day. I have read many different articles on this same topic, and I don’t seem to find an article quite like yours that goes this in-depth about a common problem. Thank you for all your help.

    • Thanks for stopping by and for your comment Ryan. I am glad that you are finding this article useful, and if you are finding it difficult to get better night sleep naturally, I hope that it will help you.

      If you have any questions please ask them here as you will certainly find a lot of answers.

      I wish you the best of health.

      John ツ

  3. Hi John
    I never realized how wonderful it was to get a good nights sleep until sleeping seemed to vanish. Going without sleep is bad enough, I can’t even imagine how it would be with Psoriasis being agravated by the insomnia too?

    One of the best things I’ve found to natually help with my sleep is to turn off my computer, tablet, phone, and TV about an hour before my regular bed time. To tell you the truth I have been amazed at how much better I sleep at night when I turn everything off and relax before I go to bed.
    Thanks

    • You are quite right Mike, it is a very bad habit to keep reading our emails or surfing the net up to the time to go to bed. I am ashamed to say that I have the bad habit of reading the online newspapers once in bed as I feel that it is my quite time to see what’s happening out there, but it is wrong as I do not feel sleepy so I continue surfing hoping to get tired. I would be better off reading a book instead.

      So thanks for sharing your own experience on my “get better night sleep naturally” article, I am sure that many readers will relate to that and will learn from it.

      I wish you the very best of health and many good nights’ sleep.

      John ツ

  4. I didn’t realise that there were so many causes of getting a bad night’s sleep! I used to get a sore head and suddenly feel wide awake as soon as I’d get into bed. It didn’t matter if I was tired the whole afternoon.

    I tried several things and what helped me the most was the ‘winding down’ process in the evening. Before, I’d always watch TV and be on my laptop until minutes before hitting the sack.

    Now I make sure I’m away from all screens a good 1 – 2 hours before sleep and practice meditating and reading in the evenings. This transformed my sleep quality within a few weeks and, because of this, improved my all-round performance.

    • I am glad that you have found the solution to combat your sleepless nights Stephen. I have done exactly the same as you did and do, and never, ever had to take any medications and always had complete restful nights. So, thanks for taking the time to share your personal experience on my “Get Better Night Sleep Naturally” article.

      I hope that many of my readers will take note of your experience and I wish you the very best of health.

      John ツ

  5. Hi:

    I like the thoroughness of your site. You have covered all the bases!

    So many things I didn’t realize about the condition – especially how it ties in to your quality of sleep. I took special note of this as I have always had sleep issues, particularly sleep apnea.

    Thanks for covering the various treatments and diets. Your site should be the go to for anyone suffering from this condition.

    Do you have this condition?

    • Thanks very much for popping onto my website and for taking the time to comment Christopher. Yes, I have psoriasis since I can remember, that is why I can easily talk about this skin condition and the various remedies I have used that helped me. Luckily, I managed to keep it under control enough so that it has never really interfered with my sleep, but I know a many people who don’t know how to keep the condition under control naturally.

      Fortunately you don’t have psoriasis, but my “Get Better Night Sleep Naturally” article can help anyone with sleeping issues, for any reasons.

      I wish you many peaceful nights after that.

      John ツ

  6. Hi John,

    My teenage daughter has sensitive skin and at times wakes up from her sleep with scratch marks on her hands and leg. Not that she is having sleepless nights but your tips on using dead sea salt for bathing may prevent her from scratching during her sleep which she wasn’t even aware.

    Thanks for the tips on how to get a better sleep naturally. I may not have sensitive skin conditions but I would definitely like to have a good sound sleep.

    Sharon

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website Sharon, and I am glad that you might have found to solution to your daughter’s issue. When I am approached by people with similar complains, no matter if it is psoriasis or other skin conditions,  I always suggest that they first try a Dead Seal salt bath and a good moisturising cream afterwards, such as the “Thena Healing Cream”. Very often it takes care of it, and if not, there are many other ways to go about it such as a personalise diet could also work.

      Once your daughter will have her itching under control, she will certainly enjoy some good nights’ sleeps.

      I wish you and your daughter the best of health.

      John ツ 

  7. My wife has been having a lot of trouble sleeping for quite some time now, so we’ve both been looking for ideas to help her with her insomnia problem. I’ve never thought taking sleeping pills is a good idea as it can lead to more problems, so a natural way is always better.

    What you say about getting into a sleeping rhythm makes a lot of sense. Her sleeping patterns have been all over the place, so working on that area I’m sure will help.

    • Thanks very much for taking the time to comment on my “Get Better Night Sleep Naturally” article Darren. It seems to be a very popular article, so I guess that many people are suffering from sleepless nights. Personally, I have almost never used sleeping tablets. I make use of some breathing exercises which work extremely well. I have also introduced my wife to it, as she was taking sleeping tablets. Although at first she was afraid that she would not be able to sleep without her pill, she finally tried, and never looked back.

      So, I sincerely hope that your wife will give it a try, I know that it will not easy for her to want to give up something that assures her a good night’s sleep, but the try is worth it.

      Let us know us here when she tries and how it goes.

      Cheers,

      John ツ

  8. This article is so helpful and informative. I suffer from heat rashes in the summer and many of the issues you speak of here are the same ones I have. It’s difficult to sleep when you’re trying to scratch your skin off! It’s no fun. I had never heard of the Kebner’s phenomenon, but I have experienced it first hand when my rash spread across my entire face and wouldn’t go away. You may some wonderful suggestions, especially with the bed linens because for me that is a MUST! I can’t have anything near my skin that will irritate it. One thing I have tried that I actually like is drinking fresh lime juice. For some reason that actually works. Thanks again, Bev

    • Thanks for reading my article, and for sharing your unfortunate experience Bev. I am sure that your suggestion about drinking fresh lime juice will benefit some of my readers.

      Drinking fresh lime juice is also commented in some of my detox articles, so you are on the right track Bev. Starting a detox program and going on a skin disorder diet are the two recommendations I give to people approaching me for advise for their skin problems. Then adding to that, some Dead Sea salt baths does the trick most of the time.

      I wish you the very best of health Bev.

      John ツ

  9. Hi John, this is a great post full of very good information for people who suffer from psoriasis as well as a lot of good tips for people who have problems with sleeping as well.

    You have offered a good choice of items to help people to both help with the psoriasis and also their struggle with sleeping. I really would have no problem sending people to your site to get some great information from you.

    • Thanks very much for visiting my website and for commenting on my get better night sleep naturally article. Yes, I have had good reports from people suffering from psoriasis as well as from sleepless nights, so I am glad that it helped in both cases.

      I wish you the very best of nights’ sleeps Cheryl.

      John ツ

  10. I am 29 years old and I find it quite hard to sleep at night. Sometimes I wake up out of my sleep because I get so startled. I find your article very intersting as I feel it can really help me with some of my sleep patterns. Sleep apnea runs in my family so I could be suffering from this and not know it. I am most definetly going to try out the different things to sleep better at night.

    • Thanks very much for reading my recent article about how to get better nights’ sleep naturally Courtney. I am glad that you are going to try some of the recommendations I am listing in my article. I hope that you will share your experience with us here once you experience on that works well for you.

      I wish you some great nights’ sleep.

      John ツ

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