Behavioral and lifestyle changes can best help you improve your sleep over the long term. Insomnia is often a side effect of an underlying problem, such as depression or an anxiety disorder. In this case, an antidepressant may be more beneficial than a sleep aid. Doctors recommend taking sleeping pills only once in a while or only for a short time. Create a relaxing ritual before bed, such as taking a hot bath, reading, listening to soft music, breathing exercises, yoga, or prayer.
Don’t try to sleep too much.
How do you calm down sleep disorders?
Based on the principles of hypnosis, autogenic training uses a number of statements to achieve a calming effect. Instead, get up and do something calming, such as reading a book, doing light chores, or keeping a journal. Opt for a decaffeinated beverage, such as soothing chamomile or lavender tea, to satisfy your cravings before bed without interfering with your sleep. Once you’ve relaxed your entire body, imagine a relaxing scene, like lying in a canoe on a calm lake, and have an abortion.
Slow, deep breaths are one of the easiest and most basic ways to activate your body’s natural relaxation response.