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  • Avoiding insomnia 

    Because of preparing for protecting diploma and working I’ve got insomnia that bothers me to relax. Therefore, can you share with me an effective product that could help to relax?

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    I have suffered from insomnia for 5+ years, but have just begun to sleep with a weighted blanket on me. It has greatly helped me fall asleep, stay asleep and sleep more peacefully.

    It holds the sleeper down and very still, like when a parent holds their baby as the baby falls asleep. This stifles involuntary or even voluntary movements. I think psychologically it also tells the brain to be still, as well as the body.

    They come in various weights. At first, the one I have was a bit too heavy, actually. When I put it entirely on top of me, I felt suffocated. So I just put half of it over me, or just a diagonal edge of it, and it worked great.

    Within a few days, I had adjusted to it and now (usually) sleep well with the entire blanket on me.

    I feel so much clearer headed, less irritated, forgetful and groggy.


    • #3
      If you are unable to sleep nightly, it could be serious enough to affect your well-being. Feelings of fatigue, irritability, and depression can cause people who suffer from insomnia not only physical problems but also emotional ones like anxiety or a lack of motivation at work​ Cupping Therapy in Aylesbury​


      • #4
        There are certain tips that you can try to avoid this insomnia issue. Through such tips and tricks, you can stop insomnia naturally. You can avoid cbd oil for dogs chemicals that disrupt sleep, such as nicotine, caffeine, and alcohol, Eat lighter meals at night and at least two hours before bed, Avoid screens one to two hours before bed. Thank you so much for sharing the details here.


        • #5
          I think you should turn off all gadgets two hours before you go to sleep, and then it will be easier to fall asleep.


          • #6
            There are a few things you can do to avoid insomnia. First, avoid caffeine and alcohol before bed. They can make it harder to fall asleep. Second, establish a regular sleep schedule. Go to bed and wake up at the same time every day. Third, create a relaxing bedtime routine. This could include taking a bath, reading a book, or stretching. fourth, create a comfortable sleep environment. This means making sure your bedroom is dark, quiet, and cool. Lastly, avoid using electronics in bed. chartered physiotherapist aylesbury​ The light from screens can make it harder to fall asleep. If you follow these tips, you should be able to avoid insomnia.