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How to improve insomnia

Advice from more than 10 psychological counselors in the field of mental health



No matter what your age, insomnia usually is treatable. The key often lies in changes to your routine during the day and when you go to bed. These tips may help.


Tips for falling asleep fast:

  • Find A Relaxed Position To Lie Down
  • Focus On Your Breathing And Notice How You Feel
  • Relax Every Part Of Your Body
  • Be Aware And Accept


Focus on sleep environment:

  • Avoid Working In Bed
  • Prevent The Intake Of Large Amounts Of Blue Light Before Going To Bed
  • The Darkness Of The Bedroom Is Important
  • A Quiet Bedroom Environment Is Important
  • Maintain Bedroom Temperature


Have a deep sleep:

  • Do Not Drink Alcohol Before Going To Bed
  • Nap Time Should Not Be Too Long
  • Exercise Can Improve Sleep Quality
  • Take A Bath 1 Hour Before Bedtime


So pull the curtains before you go to sleep and keep your bedroom dark, which is especially critical to improving sleep quality. Of course, we can also wear a pair of eye masks because the sleep mask has the effect of blackout.

Also, be sure to keep your feet warm. The flow of blood transfers heat to all parts of the body. If your circulatory system is not well, your hands and feet will become cold, thus causing insomnia. If this is a problem, putting on a pair of warm socks would be good. At the same time, the foot pads also have the effect of improving blood circulation. It can produce slight heat and enhance the quality of sleep.

Check the link here to read others' story about getting rid of the insomnia.

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