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How to make people go to sleep

Updated on March 15, 2011

You can make people go to sleep by using following steps

There are some simple ideas and techniques to help you go to good night sleep.

Many of us have some difficulty sleeping at sometime in our-lives, it is especially if we are under a lot of stress for any reason or are really worried about some thing, so I would like to say that some simple changes to how people approach sleep can make a great difference.

Sleep disorders and Insomnia are caused by many things.

The symptoms are numerous. For in detail info and medical advice related to insomnia and other sleep disordrs, a lot of resources on the internet exist.

If you are having a real medical condition, or are a little bit overweight or if your are a chronic alcoholic, consut your doctor for better sleep, do exercise regularly, watch your diet, watch your alcohol consumption as alcohol leads to depression and sleep disorders.

Do not resort to drugs or alcohol or a very depressing visit to a doctor, perhaps give this a try.

It is simple. Workout, Watch diet. Forgot about stressors. Sleep well.

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    • soni2006 profile imageAUTHOR

      Rajinder Soni 

      9 years ago from New Delhi, India

      Thanks a lot Phil.

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      Phil on insomnia help 

      10 years ago

      Cool hub. Hypnosis and even self hypnosis can help a great deal with insomnia.

    • mroconnell profile image


      10 years ago from France

      The heading "You can make...the following steps" was a bit confusing since you didn't list any steps until the end of the hub. You might want to explain each step and make them more visible or move all that talking to a new text capsule so you have one capsule for the list and one for the disclaimers about insomnia and whatnot.

      Also, watch your Amazon capsules. The top one is advertising a scary disaster movie about death-by-tornado. That might keep people awake more than it puts people into a relaxed, sleepy state.

      Keep working though! Good enthusiasm.

    • cgull8m profile image


      11 years ago from North Carolina

      Good hub, I try to avoid coffee and tea late in the evenings seems to be a good help for sleep. Also Meditation helps.


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