06 April 2009

Improved sleep behavior and attitudes do more good than sleeping pills for the treatment of insomnia. These were the safest and the most effective ways to treat your sleep disorder, I recommends.
  1. Treat Your Insomnia Without PillsDo not take sleeping pills. This includes over-the-counter pills and melatonin. Sleeping pills usually do more harm than good.
  2. Don't go to bed until you're sleepy. If you have trouble sleeping, try going to bed later or getting up earlier. Don’t push too much, “I have to sleep 8 hours a day!” Each people has different metabolism and system. They may have healthy body if they sleep 8 hours, you may don’t.
  3. Get up at the same time every morning, even after a bad night's sleep. The next night, you'll be sleepy at bedtime. Start to be discipline from now on.
  4. Treat Your Insomnia Without PillsIf you wake up in the middle of the night and can't fall back to sleep, get out of bed and return only when you are sleepy. Mean while you can do something easy. Reading a entertainment or funny book or magazine is very good, this activity can make you sleepy quicker.
  5. Avoid worrying, watching TV, reading scary books, and doing other things in bed besides sleeping and sex. If you worry, read thrillers or watch TV, do that in a chair that's not in the bedroom.
  6. Treat Your Insomnia Without PillsDo not drink or eat anything caffeinated within six hours of bedtime. Not only coffee, but tea, energy drink and cola as well.
  7. Avoid alcohol. It's relaxing at first but can lead to insomnia when it clears your system.
  8. Spend time outdoors. People exposed to daylight or bright light therapy sleep better. Don’t to much go to the gym, go to the park, and run with your dog.


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