How I fixed my body clock,especially sleeping time
No, I'm not an expert in sleep medicine. But my responses are based on what I've discussed with my doctor. What I will state is the substance of what the doctor was telling me, but I cannot remember all of the specifics. Consequently, I will not be claiming 100% accuracy.
Having said that, I've heard that it takes the average person between 10 and 12 minutes to drift off to sleep. It is possible that you have narcolepsy if you fall asleep in less than two minutes. This means that trying to fall asleep in one minute might be something you'd like to attempt. Nevertheless, it's possible you have a medical problem that requires more investigation.
Overtired driving is exemplified by snoozing while in control of a vehicle. It's said to be just as risky as driving while intoxicated. You know how it is when you've driven for a while and then suddenly realize that you have no recollection of passing certain landmarks or exits? It's a little frightening. But that's what you're looking for if you want to fall asleep in a matter of seconds.
In order to obtain a good night's sleep, you must make all of the preparations that everyone tells you to do. This includes utilizing oils and special lamps, as well as listening to soothing music and turning off the lights. To put it another way, how quickly can you fall asleep? After turning out the lights, I began taking my measurements as soon as I hit the snooze button.
But if your thoughts are racing and you can't sleep, then something is wrong. But if you're able to fall asleep in a matter of minutes, you're at the right place. In the event that you can't get to sleep and still feel alert, you can benefit from following some of the routines that others have suggested. It doesn't matter which one you choose.
When it comes to sleeping, I'm usually able to fall asleep in less than two minutes most of the time. There are times when it's a pleasure, but I'm finding that I'm wasting away my life. When I was having problems going to sleep at night because of the stresses of the day, I employed the following techniques:
Breathing slowly in and out while I say each letter of the alphabet back-and-forth (A-Z, B-Y, C-W, etc.). Just starting over was how I dealt with mistakes or losing my place. It was quite helpful to me.
When my eyes feel heavy, I read stories of faith and inspiration for around 10 to 15 minutes.
Listening to classical music (especially Beethoven) on my iPod before going to bed helped me sleep better since I could focus on it and slowly drift back to sleep if I woke up in the middle of the night.
Remembering that everything would work out and that I was more than capable of dealing with the stresses in my life helped me get through the difficult period in my life. I'd focus on the kinds of dreams I wanted to have in my head. Turning off the negative self-talk allowed me to focus on my strengths instead of my faults.
It's helpful to imagine that each of your anxieties may be stored in a mental box that can be locked when you are done. Remind yourself that you will return to your troubles in the morning and that they, too, require sleep. The chest can be thrown into the water to let go of any unnecessary worry.
To help you get to sleep earlier, I'll tell you the finest trick I know. Keep yourself active on a daily basis. Overworking yourself will make it easy to fall asleep at the end of the day. Assume you've been putting in a lot of time and effort for a long period of time and it's finally done. Let me know why you can't sleep.