How to fall asleep faster
How many times have you experienced this: You wake up at 3 in the morning and can’t get to sleep. If you don’t fall asleep again, your mind will panic about the hard day ahead. But at that moment it seems impossible to get back to sleep.
Many potential health problems, such as chronic pain, sleep apnea, or acid reflex, can cause insomnia. However, if your difficulty falling asleep and falling asleep is not due to a health issue, the following tips can help you fall asleep quickly.
- Stop watching the clock- Recording the number of minutes will only increase your distress about being awake.
- Try relaxing your body- From feet to forehead, squeeze each muscle group for five seconds and then relax.
- Don’t waste time lying in bed– If you can’t get back to sleep after about 15-20 minutes, get up. Dr. Drerup said, please use your “Mind Clock” to estimate how long you have been awake. After 20 minutes of waking up, get up and leave the bedroom. She said, “Don’t waste time lying in bed trying to get to sleep.” “You may worry about not being able to fall asleep and then learn to associate the bedroom with a lack of sleep.”
- Find an uninteresting activity– Read something boring. Listen to relaxing music. When you start to feel sleepy, go back to bed.
- Avoid consuming drinks or food with caffeine before bedtime.
- Create a consistent sleeping and waking schedule.
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