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  1. First of all, the attitude is important. Imagine two different situations. The first is that you took a night out with your friends. Yes, you will be tired, but happy. You will be able to fully gather and function during the next day.

    The second situation is that you spent the whole night trying to fall asleep and you didn't succeed. In such a meditation, a person usually feels terrible and the whole next day can be ruined.

    So try, first of all, to tell yourself that nothing terrible has happened, do not cancel activities the next day, do not suffer and do not feel sorry for yourself the whole next day. Just pack up and spend the day as usual.

    In the morning, you can drink strong tea or coffee, but just do not consume it all day, and even the next day you will not fall asleep.

    If sleepless nights are repeated, then this is a good reason to think about the causes and try to eliminate them. In case of prolonged insomnia, it is better to consult a specialist somnologist.

    I also recommend reading the book “Healthy Sleep Tips 2.0“, where you can find many useful tips on how to improve your sleep.

  2. Here's what I'd recommend:

    • Vitamins. Take your daily allowance of vitamins and minerals at a time. Especially invigorating B vitamins, they like to shove in large quantities in energy. Potassium, magnesium, and calcium are good for muscle function, including heart function.
    • Try non-caffeinated stimulants. For example, ginseng or ginger. If you are decaffeinated and its “brothers” in any way, try cocoa or mate instead of coffee. Their effect is milder than that of coffee, but longer, and there will be no post-break effect, as happens after coffee.
    • Does your head hurt? Take either INSTANT aspirin or paracetamol. It works quickly and efficiently.
    • Physical activity. Run around in the morning in cool weather, still not so cheer up.

    These tips are especially effective if you use them regularly, but it is better not to, because at night it is important to sleep, otherwise it greatly undermines your health. There is a well-known saying that if you don't get up and walk today, then tomorrow you will have to run. Most sleepless nights are the result of procrastination and late deadlines, i.e. it's your problem, not any external circumstances. In addition, there is an unspoken rule in society that arranging night tortures before a deadline at work or passing exams is like the norm. This is complete stupidity. No study has yet shown that a sleepless night improves memory, performance, etc., but the deterioration is welcome.

  3. Caffeine.)))
    God only knows how many hundreds of nights I haven't slept in my life. Two things help you feel normal: caffeine (coffee, tea, even cola, energy drinks) and sleep before a sleepless night.

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