Posted by: admin in Uncategorized on July 29th, 2010

According to the statistics, every third person on earth is very well familiar with such problems as chronic or occasional insomnia, restlessness, inability to fall asleep at night and other common sleep disorders. As a result, insufficient amount of sleep and bad quality sleep affect our life leading to feeling tired, exhausted and depressed, inability to focus and concentrate, reduced productivity and a lack of success at work, and many other problems.

If you are the one who wants to combat insomnia and have regular high quality sleep, check out the following tips.

  • Make sure that your bed, pillow and blanket are comfortable and adjusted to your personal needs for a good sleep.
  • Never try to sleep in the daylight and try to make your bedroom as dark as possible when you are going to sleep.
  • Try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day, regardless of what day of the week it is.
  • Try to keep your bedroom well ventilated and always open the window in your bedroom before going to sleep, at least for 5-10 minutes.
  • Do not use your bedroom for anything else but sleeping and having sex.
  • Do not keep in your bedroom any things like electric devices, TV sets and so on.
  • Before the bedtime, avoid eating heavy foods, drinking alcoholic drinks and smoking, as well as working or typing documents, etc.
  • To have a good sleep, do not go to bed unless you feel sleepy and tired.
  • If you can’t fall asleep for more than 20 minutes and stay awake in your bed, better get up and do some reading or listen to some relaxing music.
  • Try to do all necessary thinking and making decisions as to your problems, stresses, issues at work or in your personal life before going to bed, otherwise these thoughts will not allow you fall asleep.
  • Do some relaxing activities like yoga stretching, or some reading before going to sleep.
  • Do not get used to rely completely on sleeping pills.