Tips To help Fight Insomnia And have A Good Night SleepWHAT IS INSOMNIA
According to guidelines from a physician group, insomnia is difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep, even when a person has the chance to do so. People with insomnia can feel dissatisfied with their sleep and usually experience one or more of the following symptoms: fatigue, low energy, difficulty concentrating, mood disturbances, and decreased performance in work or at school.
1) 3 Hours before sleeping you should try to Stop using laptops, iPads, mobile phones or anything else that can cause you stress in particular if it's work related. In fact, stop game playing from your night habits too and allow your mind to relax gently. If you are too stimulated you would not sleep well. Its OK if you use a device to read, but make sure it's off an hour before you
intend to go to sleep so that your eyes will not focused on light which will interfere with your ability to get to sleep.
2) Try to Eliminate the Stress, Take a strong look at your life and try to eliminate any excess stress. Make sure you Try out some relaxation techniques and consider EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) tapping, yoga or meditation. There have been so many studies to research the overall benefits of meditation and how it can help with a lot of health issues such as insomnia
3) Try to stop taking Caffeine Another great tip is to stop caffeine after midday. Do you know that it takes upto six hours for
caffeine to be processed and removed from the body? In order to be sleep ready when you go to bed make sure that your last caffeinated drink, wherever that may be ; coffee, cola, tea etc. is at least 6 hours before you go to bed.
4) Have a Good Look at Your Bedroom The first things you need to do is take a good look at where you sleep. In a normal world this should be a cool calm space that is neat, clean and tidy. You really relax and sleep better
in a clutter free space. Ban electrical devices from the bedroom, most especially computers and
phones. The only device you should have in your bedroom is something to wake you up and a battery operated alarm clock will suffice for this. Make sure your bedding is clean and that you keep the temperature low.
4- Read a Boring Book In the twenty to thirty minutes before you aim to turn out the light and sleep, why not try to read a boring book. Something you have little interest in is best. A boring topic supposedly keeps your mind away from other things that you may be bothered about such as work, finances and relationship issues. You’ll become increasingly bored and sleepy and before you
know it, it will be time to turn the light out.