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  1. Most people still don't pretend, but just go to bed and fall asleep. After all, falling asleep is a passive process. If you mean insomnia, when there are difficulties with falling asleep, and therefore a person imitates that he is sleeping, then this is fundamentally wrong. If a person regularly lies in bed for a long time without sleep, this is a direct path to chronic conditioned insomnia.

    Fifteen minutes is enough to fall asleep. If during this time the dream “did not come”, you do not need to pretend. You just need to get up and do a monotonous task. You can return to bed again if you feel that you are likely to fall asleep.

    And brain training with imitation of something is better left for other areas of life.

  2. Pretending, or trying to “close your eyes and fall asleep”, relax, is an indicator, more precisely a cognitive-behavioral marker to show the nervous system and the mental apparatus that you are switching from arousal mode, to inhibition (let go mode), disinvestment of the environment (letting go of the day and allowing yourself to sleep)

  3. In general, pretending works perfectly not only for falling asleep, but also for learning (fake it till you make it), for treatment (increase your symptom or headache, increase it again, now weaken it), and in general, imagination is one of the main gifts of the world (who does not like the word “God”)) a person. We use it for health and pleasure)

  4. Mind and body are a single system. Pretend you're having fun and you'll have fun. Pretend to be angry , and you'll be angry. If you want to become more confident , stand as a confident person stands. It's the same with sleep.

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