How good it was to be small: no stress, no worries, and even a lullaby at night will be sung. Now adults are us, and no one else sings lullabies to us, yyy!
Got to take the dream into my own hands. Here's how to do it as efficiently as possible:
By perceiving the light of the screen, the brain believes that it is not yet night and reduces the production of melatonin, the sleep hormone.
Being tired is good for the whole body, not just the buttocks on the chair. Regular exercise, even for 50 minutes three times a week, will bring you back to sound sleep.
IRRITATIONS AND INTERFERENCES
Determine what wakes you up most often in the middle of the night. Snoring spouse? Camping toilet? Unresolved work questions spinning in your head? Once you are aware of what is the irritant, you can do something about it.
Don't drink alcohol before bed. One glass of wine is the maximum dose for calming down. Anything over that will excite your brain and interfere with sleep.
Relax without drinking. A walk before bed, meditation, a warm bath, a book at night - anything that helps you relax is good.
Avoid noise. Turn off mobile email and social media notifications so you don't flinch through your sleep. Even a noisy ticking clock can get in the way, replace it with a silent one.
Choose natural linens. Mixed fabrics can become electrified, and too cheap laundry can roll into spools. All of this can make it difficult for you to relax. Good quality natural cotton is your best friend in bed.