I Was Diagnosed with Insomnia. Here’s How I Get More Sleep.
Research shows that if you bring your work to your bed, you're likely to continue thinking about work even after you stopped working.
Try to create a separate work area - it could be your kitchen table or a small nook in your living room. Then retain your bedroom for sleep.
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Insomniacs must know that sleep is natural, and normal, with each of us having the ...
Our body will take care of itself if left on its own. It is our mind which is the culprit, running like a motor, inducing low-grade anxiety inside us.
Sleep is not something you have to do, but something which happens naturally to you. If an insomniac forgets that he is an insomniac, he will have a good night's sleep.
Sleep needs vary from person to person. Age, genetics, lifestyle, and environment all play a role.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, adults need 7-9 hours of sleep a night...
To really find out what your individual sleep needs are, do the following experiment for at least two weeks:
You may sleep longer during the first few days, but over the course of a few weeks, a pattern will emerge of how much sleep your body needs each night.
If you often feel tired, your body is telling you that it's not getting enough sleep.
If you're getting eight hours of sleep a night but still feel tired, you may be suffering from a sleep disorder or interrupted sleep.