HOW TO SOLVE YOUR SLEEP ISSUES
If you hit your bed and zoom off straightway into dreamland, you should be grateful. No day passes by without me seeing a client with either poor sleep or frank inablity to initiate sleep, so this is a serious topic.
Sleep is the body’s way of unwinding, recovering the energy lost during the day, while also preparing for the next day.
Have you been finding it difficult to have a good night sleep?
Sleep is a function of an essentially quiet mind, so you must 1st look within to see why your mind has refused to be silent. Talk about the issues that are troubling your mind, seek help or good counsel, pray if you know how to.
Having done this, the following can be of immense help;
– Avoid afternoon naps, so that you can be tired enough to sleep at night.
– Don’t go to bed if you don’t feel tired.
– Have a routine sleeping and waking time.
– Your bed should be for sleeping alone, don’t use it as a lounge or chair.
– Ensure your room is dark enough, turn the light off.
– Keep your mobile phone away and switch off your TV; this is a very important cause of poor sleep, especially for many youths.
– Have a good dinner.
– Lay your bed properly.
– Avoid drugs and alcohol; they might come back to haunt you.
– Avoid sleeping pills. They should be used only as last resort on a short term basis under strict medical guidance, they can worsen the symptom if used for a long time.
A good number of people have improved their sleep doing only all I have written. However, a small percentage would still need some medications. Don’t put yourself in that small percentage until you’ve tried all these.
Have a lovely week.