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How to sleep faster and better?
12 Mar 2022
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Sleep is a golden chain that links our health and body together. The right quantity of sleep daily can work wonders in life. Studies often show that people who sleep seven hours a day are much more productive and positive in their lives.   

Sleep is the best medication for your body. Good quality sleep can bring drastic changes to your mental and physical health. What to do if you can’t get enough sleep? There is a hike on the graph for people having sleeping problems, now most people find it hard to sleep. This article is on the techniques that would make your sleep better and much faster.

Lower the temperature

When you are asleep body temperature changes so that your body cools down. To sleep faster, lower your room temperature if it is too warm. 16-20 degrees celsius is an appropriate temperature.

Practice yoga and meditation

When you are stressed you tend to have a hard time sleeping. Meditations and yoga are useful methods to soothe your mind and body.

Use breathing techniques

The 4-7-8 breathing is a yoga technique. It is said to be a simple method that calms your mind and gets you to sleep faster.

Get on a schedule 

Your body has an internal clock as a regulatory system. Bringing your sleeping patterns to a proper schedule will help you to sleep and wake up around the same time regularly. 

Avoid naps during the day

According to several types of research, taking long (at least 2 hours) and late naps on a regular basis might contribute to poor nighttime sleep quality.

Listen to music

Listening to relaxing music can improve your sleep quality. It is even used to treat chronic disorders such as insomnia.

Detach from electronics

Staying up late at night using cell phones and other electronics can make you in an engaged and active state causing irregular sleeping patterns.

Detaching from electronics before you sleep can avoid distractions and help you to sleep better and faster.


Exercises and other physical activities are often related to healthy sleeping habits since it promotes sleep. Exercise can improve sleep longevity and quality by increasing serotonin production in the brain and decreasing cortisol, the stress hormone.

Why can’t I sleep at night?

It is common that sometimes people find it difficult to sleep at night but if it goes on a spree it might be the beginning of a sleep disorder.

Sleep disorder is a condition that affects your capacity to get adequate good sleep on a regular basis. Many of us have trouble sleeping from time to time. Stress, travel, illness, or other temporary disruptions to your typical routine are the most common causes. However, if you have trouble sleeping at night, waking up weary, or feeling sleepy during the day, you may be suffering from a sleep disorder.

Inability to sleep at night can also be due to a specific sleeping disorder called insomnia. Stress, jet lag, a health condition, the prescriptions you take, or even the amount of coffee you consume can all contribute to insomnia. Other sleep problems or mood disorders such as anxiety and depression can also induce insomnia.

How can I sleep naturally? 

  • Practice a sleeping pattern
  • Avoid sleeping during the day
  • Turn of the lights
  • Exercise during the day
  • Avoid caffeine before bedtime
  • Avoid using phone
  • Read
  • Try meditation or mindfulness

Why is my brain so active at night?

Common reason is that your mind is engaged in something, for example using a phone at night can engage your mind.

Excess thinking or overthinking at night is the main cause of this condition. Insomnia is another name for this condition. It’s almost always an indication of stress. Your mind will be on high alert, frightened of forgetting anything vital if you fall asleep. Something you’re afraid you’re supposed to be doing.

When to see a doctor

If your sleeping problem persists and you think things are getting out of hand it is highly recommended that you consult a doctor as soon as possible. 

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