Sleep is the time when the body fixes needed neurological and physical maintenance on itself. Sleep comes in the absence of “all important tasks.” If sleep is your task, you may be watching yourself to see if you are sleeping and then become frustrated and angry or worried that you are NOT sleeping. What it seems to boil down to, is that people have attention on the duty or task of going to sleep and staying asleep. Most people take this task very seriously and will do everything possible to accomplish it. As someone fails to accomplish their task, frustration, anger, disappointment and worry can set in. All these cause adrenaline to dump into the system. Adrenaline is the ANTI sleep hormone! Here are the solutions I have found that seem to help solve this issue:
1. Dr. Price’s Sleep Vites is of course at the top of the list as they were specially formulated to assist the body in doing it’s job and helping you to achieve yours much easier!
2. Make sure your body is well fed. Hunger causes adrenaline and as mentioned above, adrenaline doesn’t help get you to sleep.
3. Do your best to cut off taking any “stimulant based” food or drink 6 hours before your normal bedtime (caffeine, chocolate, sugar, energy drinks, etc.)
4. It is important to NOT approach sleep as a job or as a task. This will cause you to check to see if you are sleeping and/or cause stress and frustration if the task or job is not accomplished. This stress and/or frustration will cause adrenaline to dump into the system and adrenaline is the anti-sleep agent.
5. When you are ready to sleep, merely take some Dr. Price’s Sleep Vites, get into a comfortable position and enjoy being comfortable. Now, JUST REST. If you are just enjoying being comfortable and RESTING, sleep will come. You won’t be wondering if you are asleep, rather you will be enjoying being comfortable and resting.
6. If getting to sleep isn’t your issue but staying asleep is, usually that is because your body needs something. Use the bathroom, get a drink of water, get a snack and then return to bed, get into your comfortable position and continue resting. Remember, sleep is a natural function of the body and it will occur. Resisting it or worrying about it usually doesn’t help too much. Take some of the pressure off. Get comfortable and REST! *
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