How to fall asleep?
How do you fall asleep if you took a nap and woke up at 11 pm? But you need to be up by 9 am and stay awake until 12:00 am the next day?
Don’t look at TV or listen to music as it’s most likely these will keep you awake more than it should. Or read a book. The moment you feel tired, put the book down and put your head on the pillow.
Just calm down and keep your mind blank that‘s maybe helpful.
If you need a nap during the day, it may be that you're not getting enough quality sleep during the night. There are many factors you need to consider, including your environment (bedroom), your lifestyle, and your bedtime routine.
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Make sure there is complete darkness in the room. Block out light even from a clock or cell phone. Try focusing on something which doesn't require a lot of though; like counting backwards or tightening and loosening your muscles.
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