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Zibi Zibi Offline
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problems with sleep
hey,

anyone had an insomnia and came back to ppl that are truly alive, and well rested after a night?

share ur tips with me then.
I began to sleeping better but from time to time sometimes I still don't sleep for unknown reasons for me.




this is very haunting and leting me down
03-07-2019 12:25 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
google sleep hygiene and implement the tips...
03-07-2019 01:38 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
I’ve had insomnia in the past, best and most natural way is to do heavy lifting at the gym in the evening and then eat a large meal, that will put you asleep much faster. Stop looking at screens 1 hour before sleep. Don’t result to weed or other drugs, otherwise you will rely on them to fall asleep. If your insomnia is due to psychological problems or stress then you just have to combat them in any way possible first, eventually insomnia will pass even if it will never seem like it.
03-07-2019 02:09 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
(03-07-2019 02:09 AM)Mikestar Wrote:  I’ve had insomnia in the past, best and most natural way is to do heavy lifting at the gym in the evening and then eat a large meal, that will put you asleep much faster. Stop looking at screens 1 hour before sleep. Don’t result to weed or other drugs, otherwise you will rely on them to fall asleep. If your insomnia is due to psychological problems or stress then you just have to combat them in any way possible first, eventually insomnia will pass even if it will never seem like it.

totally agree, sleep hygiene seems like a joke if you are stressed anyway.
Ive already combated stress so I shall be getting good sleep, however, last night prove me otherwise.
03-07-2019 02:14 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
Too much WiFi in your neighbourhood / vicinity?
03-07-2019 08:05 AM
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RE: problems with sleep

Team yoga pants
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03-07-2019 09:06 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
No coffee after 8pm

No horror or entertainment with strong emotion before bedtime

Read a book (paper or tablet before sleeping)

Have a bedside light, so you can ease into sleep, instead of having to go on/off with main lights

Let go of concerns about stuff you need to do, simplify your daily routine to necessities and get rid of unnecessary financial obligations

Reduce alchohol use to a minimum

Upgrade your bedding, new mattress (if older than 5 years), new pillows, new bedsheets

Nap during the day if you feel the need, don't panic
03-07-2019 09:28 AM
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RE: problems with sleep
Need more details OP, why do you think you are not sleeping well? Can go from there.

In my experience the biggest culprit is stress, anxiety, or something mental. In that case either learn to cope better or eliminate the stressor.

Most sleep hygiene tips imo dont do much. I’ve literally tried them all and found very little difference in sleep quality/ability to fall asleep if I used diffuser/lowered lights/kept bed exclusively for sleep/avoided screens/exercised etc. The only thing I kind of do agree with is regular sleep schedule, I used to notice problems sleeping during stress free periods of my life when I slept much later on weekends and then had to readjust to normal sleep times on the weekdays.
03-07-2019 09:49 AM
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