• United States
23 Sep 22
Something that works for me is I go to bed and just close my eyes. If my mind won't stop working, I do my best to just picture a totally empty wall that's painted black. All I let my mind see is the black wall. I stare at the black wall in my mind and then wake up and it's morning.
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• Raurkela, India
25 Sep 22
@sickly09 Did you put honey and turmeric powder in the warm milk? Along side you can try a yoga exercise. 1.Sit on your knees on your bed. Rest your butt on your feet whose sole is turned upward. Sit in this position for a few seconds with your hands resting on your thighs. Bend your body slowly towards your front and rest your forehead on the bed. 2. Lie flat on your bed. Fold your legs in a squatting form and join the downward portion of your feet as you fold your hands while praying. Raise your hands over your head. Stay in this position for a few seconds. Breathe in and out. I do these two exercises everyday before I sleep.
23 Sep 22
Don't eat heavy meals in the evening. Go for a walk around the block before you go to bed. Don't watch films on TV before you go to bed. Read a boring book instead. You can talk about your insomnia with a physician and ask for a light sleeping pill. You must be careful, though, that you don't become addicted to it. I had the same problem and am happy to say that I overcame it.
24 Sep 22
If you are lacking magnesium in your diet, you may have a deficiency. In that case, a product called Calm, magnesium in a fizzy, pleasantly flavored powder might help. I order it from Walmart for my great grandson. Hope you get a good sleep soon.