5 Sleep Hacks to Help You Get Over Insomnia


 
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that is caused by stress, depression, mental health issues  and other factors that disenabled one from having a quality and sound sleep or making it difficult for one to sleep. Insomnia can be long term(primary Insomnia) or long time (secondary insomnia). The symptoms of Insomnia include:
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Headache
  • Change in sleep schedule
  • Noise
  • Anxiey

Insomnia can be caused by

  • Hereditary
  • Alcohol
  • Unhealthy  life style habit
  • Pregnancy  etc.
Since the causes of insomnia are  much and it affects women more than men and older people more than younger ones,this article will help with providing sleep hacks that will help you get over Insomnia.

Sleep Hacks To Help You Get Over Insomnia.

1. Nap – Wisely

Taking a nap during the day will make you feel less stressed and will aid you in having a quality sleep  during the night. The best time to have a nap during the day is between 2 and 4. Having a sleep towards bedtime is not encouraged for it causes sleep disorder (insomnia).

 2. Take a hot bath

A warm bath before bed seems to help people fall asleep more quickly, but also get better quality sleep, according to a small 1985 study.

3. Get out of bed if you really can’t sleep

If you are finding it If difficult to sleep, get out of bed. Engange  yourself in what you love doing or in other activities that will make you feel relaxed and stress less.  Then climb back up to bed if you are feeling sleepy and really tired. 

4. Grounding (sleeping on bare floor)
The earth has a calming energy that can be felt throughout your entire body. Sleeping on the earth makes you feel cool and relaxed.

5. Consider therapy

Maybe your sleep troubles are a little more serious and could use the insight of a professional. Cognitive behavioral therapy is considered the gold standard when it comes to treating insomnia, and usually involves meeting with a therapist for various sleep assessments, keeping a sleep journal and adjusting some of your bedtime habits.
 

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