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Do you have insomnia? 6 ways to calm the mind to sleep

Do you have insomnia? 6 ways to calm the mind to sleep

When it comes to sleeping, the only most effective thing you can do is calm your mind.

Of course, this may be easier said than done - especially when it is midnight and you are desperately waiting to fall asleep. But there are several ways to calm your thoughts and prepare your brain and body for sleep.

Here are some expertly supported ways to trick your mind into sleeping:

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One of the most effective ways to fool yourself into falling asleep is to try not to sleep. Excessive effort to sleep never works, and all that worry and anxiety about falling asleep is what actually keeps so many people awake at night.

Concentrate on your breakfasts

The key to having a good night's sleep is not in everything you do and what you do not do at night. In fact, your morning routine can have an even greater impact on your sleep.

Let yourself worry

Taking time to worry earlier in the day can help you fall asleep before bed. Instead of dwelling on your worries, spending time worrying about things a few hours before bed - not just before bed - may help you sleep better at night.

A quick tip: Take 15 minutes to write down those concerns in a journal so you can put them on paper and leave them there.

Think about nature

The sounds of nature are natural ingredients for promoting sleep. After all, nature is known to reduce stress, lower blood pressure, reduce rhythm and muscle tension.

To sleep, psychologists recommend thinking about nature.

Focus on the sound of your breathing

Slow, deep breathing in the abdomen - like the 4-7-8 method in which you breathe for four seconds, hold your breath for seven seconds, and exhale for eight seconds - is known to increase relaxation and bring sleep.

Moreover, simply focusing on your spirit can distract the mind from the worries you have.

It tires the mind, not the body

There is a common misconception that exercising at night can help you sleep easier. But while exercise strains your body, it does not necessarily strain your mind. So activities that can make you mentally tired are recommended. Read a book, solve puzzles, etc.