How I, a poor sleeper, could fall asleep in 15 minutes

May - 06 2022 | By

*AI translate*

The title sounds like something from a long time ago, but it is exactly what it says…
It is designed to help you fall asleep faster, not to help you sleep better, so please Google that separately…lol

The important thing is that

  • Blind your eyes (obviously)
  • Do not think about anything
  • Do not look near
  • To lower your heart rate Lower your heart rate

It is out of the question to look at something until you fall asleep.
I’m reading until I feel like I’m going to pass out, and when I finally put the book down and close my eyes, I can’t fall asleep right away, so it seems I’m not fundamentally a good sleeper myself.

I can only speak for myself, but I used to have trouble falling asleep because as soon as I closed my eyes, I would think a lot of negative things, wrinkle my brow, and eventually it would be about 2 hours before I knew if I had slept or not.
All you have to do is change all this.
Blindness (per usual)Do not think about anything

First, close your eyes. Then, raise the corners of your mouth.
It’s like a little smile with your eyes closed.
Be careful not to strain your face.
Search for “raising the corners of your mouth” and you will find health tips, but it seems to make it harder to think about negative things. Do not look close <!

Next, stretch your eyes.
Slowly rotate your eyes clockwise and counterclockwise, up, down, right and left, for 2 seconds each.
If you feel like you are wrinkling between the eyes, move your eyes.
If you can see 3D art, shift the focus of your eyes by making them look farther away or, conversely, as if you are looking behind your eyelids.
When looking behind the eyelids, do not strain your eyes or eyelids.

  • Lowering the heart rate

Next, take a deep breath.
Inhale into your lungs heavily, hold your breath, expand your belly with the image of moving your breath into your belly, and exhale. *Be careful not to exert too much pressure on your abdomen, as it will make you look anemic.
By the way, if you do this when you have hiccups and try to swallow the hiccups that are about to come out, the hiccups will stop.

After deep breathing, be aware that you are breathing more slowly than you are breathing deeply.

Dodow and the Apple Watch breathing app are easy to understand.

Breathe in at three and out at five or something like that, feeling your heart rate going down.
Counting helps you not to think about anything else.

Doing it with a dim view of Dodow may also help with “not looking so close”.

You will be asleep before you know it while doing so.

Good night

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