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  1. Remove the “Train” mode, sensory overload (bright light before going to bed), live by the rules mode and some “Requirements” especially before going to bed. Remember that sleep is a mode of letting go of what you have accumulated during the day, the ability to have fun. In this regard, the more you interfere, listen to “smart experts” , the more it makes sleep artificial

  2. There is another method besides the above. It is called “4-7-8”. �What you need to do:

    1. Inhale calmly for 4 seconds.

    2. Hold your breath for 7 seconds.

    1. Slowly exhale through your mouth for �8 seconds.

    How does it work? When you feel stressed or anxious, the amount of adrenaline in your blood increases, and your breathing becomes fast and shallow. The technique acts as a sedative. Holding your breath with a deliberately slow exhalation inevitably slows down your heart rate.

    This practice also calms your mind. Simply because you need to constantly count and focus on your breath. You don't realize it at this point, but your central nervous system will gradually calm down and the feeling of anxiety will go away.�As a result, your whole body relaxes. In terms of the speed and strength of the effect, this is similar to when you are given anesthesia.

  3. For many years now, I've been using a technique that I came up with myself. I don't know if anyone else has written about it, but it always helps me. It consists in breathing more slowly. That is, I just start monitoring my breathing before going to bed in a special way and take less deep breaths, and I don't breathe as often as when I'm awake. Even when I almost don't want to sleep, I fall asleep in 15-20 minutes.

  4. How to train your body to fall asleep instantly , or keep the time to fall asleep to a minimum ?

    There is one interesting technique. It is like a fire can warm, and can burn.

    Every time a person goes to sleep, they go from being awake to losing consciousness. Somewhere in the middle of this path is a state of drowsiness and half-sleep. First, try to catch this state, then feel it. After 15-20 days of practice, you will develop a skill. What it will be like: when you go to bed and can't immediately fall asleep, then remember this state of half-sleep, try to cause it. It's like each of us can taste an orange or lemon on the tip of our tongue with just a thought.

    The method is as simple as possible.

    There is another life hack, a purely physiological technique. While falling asleep, the state of drowsiness can be enhanced by using the eyes, when your eyes are closed, slightly raise the gaze (eyeballs) up and hold for 30-60 seconds. Defocusing your mind will increase, and it will be easier to fall asleep. Now I personally do not use these methods (it seems) maybe they are already on the machine, you need to take care of yourself. I will say for sure that when I learned them, I used both at once. You're almost asleep for five minutes.

    Knowledge is like fire – you can get burned. Interfering with the natural processes of our body, especially in its sleep, can get out of control and cause little harm. But if there are big problems with falling asleep, what can you lose in this case?! Probably nothing.

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