Most people will have experienced poor sleep at night at some stage in their lives. It’s not uncommon to experience a week of poor sleep and then resume normal sleep. There are various factors that can disrupt our sleep cycle. Usually when the body and mind are able to adjust or the problem has gone, sleep returns back to normal.
The number one most important thing you can do to improve sleep in my experience is NEVER nap or sleep in the day, no matter how tired you are. If you`re very tired it may be a real struggle at first but it WILL pay off and it will get easier.
If your travel plans involve taking a red-eye flight, eat your meal at the airport and then take a pill to help yourself sleep after your flight leaves for your destination. Make sure that you only take the safe sleep aid after you are in the air. If you take it before then, you may have difficulty if the plane has to go back to the gate. These two steps can help you make the most of a difficult flight.
When going on a road trip, try to avoid rush hour. If you can’t plan your trip where you won’t be driving during rush hour, use that time to stop for a break. It can be a good time to get something to eat or to just let the kids get out and run around for a bit.
The time moves slowly, every minute a special kind of agony. The house sleeps around you–people, pets, everyone dead to the world, everyone except you.
Okay, I’m 18 yrs. Old and I am a female…if this will have any signifigance. I seem to be to be tired a lot. Even when I get a polite amount of sleep. The other day I went to bed at a ordinary time…lets say 12 30 midnight. I woke up…
All of these tips are derived from psychology, physiology, scientific research and my own experiences. This is just a simple guide of the best tips I’ve read and discovered and, most importantly tried and tested my self.
Alvita’s Melatonin Peppermint tea doesn’t taste as flavorful as some other teas I like, but it does the job. I love mint, but it’s a new sensation to me in liquid form. I would recommend the tea to anyone looking to calm down before bed.