There are some people in this world who lay in bed after a long hard day of slaving away at their desks and then socializing with people, pull up the covers to their neck, and then instantly fall asleep. Those are the fortunate people of the world. There are others, however, who do not have this liberty.
Each night they find themselves tossing and turning under their covers, closing their eyes tightly, praying that sleep would finally embrace them. But they often only sleep for 1 – 2 hours or not at all.
Such people are known as insomniacs. There are a lot of factors that can trigger insomnia in someone. They can be affected by natural factors (such as chemical imbalances and heredity) or worldly factors (such as stress, anxiety, heartbreak, etc.). If you suffer from insomnia which is not triggered by societal factors then please speak to a doctor.
The rest will hopefully find helpful tips here.
No, we are not talking about vigorous yoga poses to do, although they could be helpful too If you wish to give them a go. There are certain poses like child’s pose, lying down and knee to chest pose, lotus pose, which will help you welcome sleep.
Other than that, you can lie on your left side, rest a ginger on the right side of your nose and close it. Slowly breathe in deeply through your left nostril. This deep breathing technique will help you calm down and allow you to be engulfed by sleep soon.
When you are stressed out because of work or life, close your eyes and think of something else. Go to your happy place or revisit a happy memory. Just think of anything pleasant and soft in nature that happened or you would like to happen.
Try to incorporate exercise into your daily routine. You can do it in the morning or evening. It can be yoga, low impact cardio, high-intensity training, resistance training, or aerobics. You can take your pick, but make sure to choose the workout you genuinely enjoy.
These exercises are often recommended by experts known to help the people who find it difficult to sleep, to fall into deep slumber.
To help get you there faster, try Sweet Dreams Patch at bedtime to unwind and enjoy a better night’s sleep.