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Easy Ways To Fall Asleep

Updated on January 23, 2010
Everyone needs easy ways to fall asleep
Everyone needs easy ways to fall asleep

Sleep deprivation affects millions of Americans, but you don't have to be one of those millions of Americans. There are many easy ways to fall asleep, and I would like to talk to you about some of these tips and techniques to get a good night's sleep, and not have to worry about how tired you will be in the morning.

Before we delve into easy ways to fall asleep, we should talk about a couple things first. First, human beings are generally supposed to get about 8 hours of sleep a night. Some people need less time to sleep each night, and some people need more time to sleep each night, but 8 hours is about the average. If you are getting significantly less than 8 hours of sleep each night, then you may be sleep-deprived, and you may need to find easy ways to fall asleep so that you do not have any problems during the day.

One of the first of the easy ways to fall asleep is to limit your intake of caffeine. I used to drink large amounts of coffee and sports drinks throughout the day, and I can attest to the fact that caffeine can really mess up your sleep schedule. Once I limited, and eventually eliminated, my caffeine consumption, I was able to fall asleep much easier, and I was able to sleep much better throughout the night.

Another one of the easy ways to fall asleep is to make sure that you are sleeping on a mattress that you find comfortable. I know this seems like common sense, but many people are sleeping on mattresses that are in no way comfortable for them, and they don't even know it. So always check out other mattresses, and be absolutely positive that your mattress is the best fit for you.

Finally, the last of the easy ways to fall asleep that I will cover in this hub is to always take a relaxing bath before you go to bed. The hot water will help to warm your body temperature and relax your muscles, which will help you fall asleep much more easily than if you had not taken a hot bath before you went to bed.

That covers it for my list of easy ways to fall asleep. If you have any questions or any suggestions on other easy ways to fall asleep, be sure to comment and let me know, and I will include them in this hub on easy ways to fall asleep.


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