Whether or not you’re having trouble falling asleep at night, you’ll love to discover these Insomnia tips to fall asleep.
Today we are going to show you what is getting in the way of your rest, how to turn your bedroom into a sleep cave and also things you can change right now that will have immediate results.
Insomnia Tips To Fall Asleep Video
Dr Eric Berg has some exceptional tips to help with Insomnia. One thing he says is that we should be sleeping on our right side. This is due to most people having a fatty liver.
Also, sugar can be detrimental and there are optimal times we should be hitting the hay. Click Play above now ^
Turn Your Bedroom Into A Sleep Cave
If you want to truly nod off quickly at night, start by taking a look at your bedroom. There are many things you can do to your surroundings that will make you feel more comfortable.
Keeping your room at a cozy temperature is important. Running a fan or inhaling lavender on your pillowcase, can help too.
These great tips from Nokia/Withings show a few more ways you can make it easier to fall asleep at night. For example, a relaxing hot bath might be something that you think will work in your favor but the opposite is actually true.
Taking a bath or hot shower raises your body temperature and therefore can irritate your body. Journaling before bed is another excellent way to get in to sleep mode. Scheduling in sleep and maintaining regular sleep time will get your body into the habit.
How To Fall Asleep In Under A Minute
The 4-7-8 breathing method is the way to get your body and mind on the path to sleep in under 60 seconds. The method was popularized Dr. Andrew Weil, a Harvard-trained medical doctor who has made countless appearances on shows like Oprah.
It involves taking four deep breaths and holding your tongue in a certain position in your mouth. These deep breaths are a sequence of breathing that helps your body relax. It also clears your mind since you need to be so focused on your breathing. It’s a method that many people have tried and continue to use successfully to get themselves to sleep at night. Spire created this excellent infographic and we have a full article on the topic here.
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