posted on Jan, 17 2012 @ 04:03 PM
Stay off the computer a few hours before you intend to go to bed, and keep the lighting dim. Artificial light hampers the bodies production of
Melatonin, which is the brains signal to wind down and prepare for sleep. A melatonin supplement can help, but isn't a long term solution.
Lately everyone is suffering from sleep disorders. Technology, and information overload combined with the stressful lifestyle of living in modern
society are usually the culprit. Being a member of ATS, I've spent many nights researching random topics until the wee hours of the morning, only to
find myself unable to wind down afterwards.
There may be a metaphysical explanation, such as an energy shift, but I haven't felt anything. I try to pay attention to such things. I even keep a
journal, taking great care to record any "foreign" feelings I may have. Oddly enough, whenever I see a thread talking about an "energy shift", or
other such thing, I tend to feel the opposite of what the OP describes.