How to Fall Asleep Faster
7 Ways to Fall Asleep Faster
Establish a Sleep Routine
"The most important part of getting a good night's sleep is having the time and space for it," says Shiloh Pileggi, a licensed massage therapist and spa trainer for the Spa at Mohonk Mountain House in New Paltz, NY. "If you try to relax and then go back and do dishes or laundry, you'll just stimulate yourself again."
Whether you sip on a cup of chamomile tea each night or take a warm bath (or both!) to wind down in the evening, establishing a sleep routine will help signal your brain that it's time to wind down. "I'm a big believer in transitioning so you're preparing your body for sleep," says Dr. Lipman. "What I've seen clinically is that a lot of people have trouble falling asleep because they're so hyper."
Another way to signal your body to relax for sleep is to stick to a regular schedule. "Because sleep is one of your rhythms, going to sleep and waking up at the same times is very helpful," says Lipman.
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