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I have a question for you... are you having trouble getting to sleep at night and wondering if there might be something wrong with you?
If so, it might comfort you to know that you are not alone. There are people who also experience the same thing, and research shows that there's actually a lot you can do about insomnia.
So if you're tired of counting sheep and waking up grumpy in the morning, here are 8 fixes for troubled sleep which will have you sleeping like a baby in no time...
This is probably the most important step we will take when it comes to getting rid of insomnia: take everything off of your bedside table and reserve your bed for two things: sex and sleeping. That's it.
This will help your mind to turn off when you lie down on the bed, because you will realize that you're in a place where there is no reading, no watching TV, no nothing except sleeping.
Your body is biologically wired to respond to dark by releasing a "sleeping chemical" into your blood. So get some dark shades and make your sleeping place as dark as possible.
This is also why it's important to get as much sleep as you can during the hours before dawn.
Some people who struggle with insomnia have found that they can only sleep if they have some kind of white noise in the room, such as a fan or an air conditioner.
If you don't have this option, you might want to think about making an investment in a device that produces white noise, such as sounds of ocean waves or rain.
If you want to train your mind and body to turn off at a specific time, you must give them a set of expectations to go by.
People who serve in the military for long periods of time often develop the habit of getting up at five or six in the morning, and the habit stays with them for the rest of their life.
This ought to give you an idea of just how important it is for your body to have a specific schedule so that you can control your sleeping patterns.
If getting up at a regular time seems almost impossible for you, it probably has nothing to do with the time at which you're getting up.
Instead, it has to do with sending mixed signals to your body as to how long you're expecting to sleep.
If you are trying to get up at the same time every morning but don't have a regular bedtime, your brain and body don't know when to turn off and let you sleep.
Get a regular bedtime and stick with it no matter what.
It's impossible to underestimate the importance of meditation when it comes to learning how to still your
mind and clear worry and anxiety (common causes of insomnia).
If you think that you don't have time to meditate, simply start with 5 to 15 minutes a day and focus on quieting your mind.
Within a few weeks, you'll have no problem meditating for 20 minutes a day and you'll have much more restful sleep because of it.
Consistent exercise helps your body to manage stress better and makes your sleep hours more restful.
If you feel that you don't have the energy to exercise during the day because you can't sleep at night, that's
all the more reason to start exercising.
As soon as you do, you'll notice a difference in both your sleeping patterns and your energy level.
Most problems with sleeplessness come from having your endocrine system out of whack.
If you're wondering what the endocrine system actually does, it controls things like your hormone levels and metabolism.
Having a healthy metabolism is all about having a natural diet that is high in foods that contain healthy fats, antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
Metabolism-boosting foods include: eggs, steel-cut oatmeal, avocadoes, berries, bananas, apples, onions, garlic, leeks, sweet potatoes, red beans, lentils, plain Greek yogurt, broccoli and cauliflower, wild salmon, spinach, red peppers, asparagus, organic milk, hummus, tomatoes, pears, almonds, walnuts, pecans, and crushed flaxseed.
Use these 8 tips, and you'll find yourself in the land of nod in no time.
Oh, and don't forget... If you’re suffering at all with stress, anxiety, lack of sleep, then there’s a high chance it is caused by one of these big 5 life balance issues…
Financial pressure, relationship issues, career problems, a health scare, or loss of a loved one.
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