posted on Aug, 24 2004 @ 07:58 PM
I don't know how much time you have to exercise, but any amount helps....your body will only naturally want to sleep longer if you've exerted your
Another similiar disease to insomnia is sleep apnea - you might want to ask about that...
I wouldn't suggest taking any form of sleeping pills either.....try meditation or self-hypnosis before you go to sleep - here's a starter guide:
Get comfortable and in a loose and flacid state - Close your Eyes - Relax your muscles from your neck on down to your ankles - Count to yourself
slowly and methodicaly from one to twenty - Focus on nothing but steadying your breathing and then allow yourself to drop into your bed or wherever
you may be - Relax...try not to move or itch....just remain calm and peaceful - Don't allow your mind to drift or think of more than your breathing
and your relaxation - If you count backwards in the same slow and methodical way from twenty to one and open your eyes you should feel some pressures
releaved and your body should be relaxed enough to allow you to sleep a bit longer and easier....Some people like to do this with real soft and mellow
music...like those nature CDs....
It takes practice to get the most out of each session - the more you practice the more you can experiment and leave certain elements out, like the
But it works for me, and it's pretty easy top do, so I just thought I'd share it