Sleep Tip #135: Don’t overstuff yourself before bed.
Polyphasic sleep works for a lot of folks. In fact, researchers suggest that polyphasic sleep is the natural way to sleep. This may be how our ancestors slept before the invention of light. Infants and the elderly are naturally poly … Read More
Once you get that feeling that you’re about to be sick with a bad cold or flu, then get to bed as soon as possible. Sleeping more boosts your immune system. Sleep Tip # 294: Schedule more sleep if you feel … Read More
There is a myth that people with sleep problems are more creative. By engaging in something creative during the day, you’re likely to feel a sense of mastery, a sense of accomplishment and perhaps some fulfillment. Those feelings are relaxing. … Read More
Distract your whirring mind with a bedtime story. Soothing words and music are combined with calming voices (such as actor Stephen Fry) to help you wind down. Listen to stories via the stress-busting app Calm, free to download from Google … Read More
If possible, surround yourself with loved ones. Social support comforts. Social support relaxes. Social support takes some of the load off your shoulders. You may find that it is easier to all and stay asleep knowing that your loved ones … Read More
Don’t continue to suffer from insomnia or sleep problems. Get professional help. You don’t have to spend years in therapy. Try brief behavioral therapy for insomnia. Your time commitment could be as little as 4 weeks. Sleep Tip #208: Brief … Read More