How to relax my mind before sleeping? Reward $2
Created by hellen, 1915 days ago, 1875 views
I usually go to bed late due to work. But while I lay on the bed, I can't help stopping thinking my unfinished work and it will go on for a long time so that it is hard for me to sleep. Of course, it makes me feel sleepy and tired next day. how to do?
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YX1909 days ago
alvindgreat1915 days ago
Domeniko1915 days ago
hi. just eat one or two tea spoon honey before going to bed. that's the best way i know, also improves brain memory.
igor1915 days ago
1)Buy a trap for sleep.Trap of sleep – the invention of ancient Indians.2)Yogis advise to sleep-headed in the northern or northeast direction. Such position of a body in a sleep is most useful for our health.
azzromyo1915 days ago
m1d11915 days ago
Read a good book in bed (use a e-reader with backlight)
ZzMrXzZ1915 days ago
Do something that you like such as playing games or listening to music, this would help you ease your mind to sleep
lobolo1231914 days ago
Get a night time hobby that is relaxing; coloring books, video games, online social friend, learn to play music
zizou1914 days ago
The mental relaxation of the oldest types of relaxation, is characterized by all people of a certain type of mental relaxation.
ADAM17761914 days ago
"If you're in a committed relationship, engage in intimate conversation or activity with your partner," suggests Dr. Ojile. This may help take your mind off your worries and, if you have sex, also physically release some of the tension you've been feeling. or There's no doubt that it's a great stress reliever—just make sure to do it at least three hours before bedtime, says Dr. Ojile. Otherwise it could actually rev you up and make it harder to sleep. or In particular, a cup of passionflower and chamomile tea can be very relaxing, says Ronald Stram, MD, founder of the Center for Integrated Health and Healing in Delmar, New York. If you're a fan of herbs, Dr. Stram also recommends Rescue Sleep, a homeopathic spray that he says can help calm a racing mind. or It's a cliché—but it works. "A hot bath will not only relax your muscles, but it will also raise your core body temperature, which acts as a trigger to help people fall asleep," says Michael Breus, PhD, author of Beauty Sleep: Look Younger, Lose Weight, and Feel Great Through Better Sleep. or You may have heard that you shouldn't watch TV before bed, and admittedly some sleep experts aren't big fans, but many say a little TV before bed is a good thing—as long as you don't watch anything too stimulating or stressful. That means skipping the nightly news and tuning in to something lighter. "Try watching reruns of old sitcoms you used to love, like The Golden Girls," says Joyce Walsleben, RN, PhD, diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine and coauthor of A Woman's Guide to Sleep.
jaae25121914 days ago
If overthinking is keeping you awake at night, here’s 5 easy tips to empty your mind before going to sleep.
alvindgreat1909 days ago
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