[Serious] What is your trick to fall asleep quickly? by QuestionGuy July 10, 2022, 1:16 pm [Serious] What is your trick to fall asleep quickly? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMeasleepfallQuestion and Answerquicklytrick See more Previous article What’s the most disturbing song someone could play while having sex? Next article This is my duck joke. I hope it counts as a joke.. 31 Comments Leave a Reply For some reason thinking about pretend date situations with my crush while laying in bed helps me sleep. Dunno why Log in to Reply Get in comfortable position. Three slow deep breaths. In through nose, hold a few seconds, out through mouth. Mental image tour of old houses I’ve lived in, grandparents old house, house I’m planning to build but haven’t yet. Something about the imagery, being calming but focused, that does it for me. I’m asleep before I finish the walk-through. Log in to Reply weighted blankets or heating pads help me, making sure your feet are warm and maybe coming up with your own stories in your head could help keep thoughts from going everywhere Log in to Reply I’ll watch massage videos on YouTube. Knocks me out in a couple of minutes. Log in to Reply Get up at the same time every day, even on days you don’t have to be anywhere. This will set a routine, and you will naturally want to go to bed 6-8 hours before your getting-up time. Log in to Reply Use the bed only to sleep. No phone/laptop in the bed. If I’m not tired or can’t fall asleep fast, I go do something boring on the couch, or read on the couch. When tired, I go to the bed to try again. After a while your brain will link the bed to sleep, and falling asleep will be much easier. Log in to Reply Working out every day, walk a lot – – this is to tire out the body. And then read, talk with a lot of people, work/ solve problems – – this is to tire out the mind. So every day when my head touches the pillow I’m falling asleep instantly. But what if you wanna fall asleep right now? Put on some calming music of your preference or like a lecture, close the windows, drape them so it’s completely dark in the room. Then lay down, close your eyes and start listening to your breath. It works every time for me. I’m like hypnotised by my own breath. Log in to Reply 20MG of Indica gummies. I pass right the fuck out. Log in to Reply Meditate i use headspace everytime Log in to Reply Counting worked decently as I remember! Because the difficulty comes from thoughts. Log in to Reply Melatonin Log in to Reply THC, melatonin, and a box of kleenex. Log in to Reply 3 shots of everclear Log in to Reply Don’t get mad before you go to bed. Log in to Reply Audiobooks. I have a tablet next to my bed loaded with audiobooks with an app that stops playing after a certain time (“simple ABP free” on Android) Log in to Reply Don’t be careful about you have to sleep quickly, is a little bit ironic, but sometimes is the best way (sorry for my english, i’m learning) Log in to Reply Staying awake until I’m too tired to not fall asleep quickly. I wind up on about a 26-28 hour day. Log in to Reply Somewhat to my surprise I didn’t see any replies along these lines. A lot of friends I know who complain about sleep troubles are sedentary most of the day, primarily for work. But then lot of times their free time is largely spent laying around watching TV for example. Filling up one’s day with activity and sprinkling in moderate amount of physical fitness (not too close to bedtime) may do wonders for some. Nothing puts me to sleep quicker than just…having a full day. You don’t have to unnaturally force yourself to be “busy” but let’s face it, you’ll be more tired if you’ve done a lot of shit all day (hey, can be fun shit). Log in to Reply Pretend there is a thief in the room and if you move a muscle he’s going to hear you and kill you. Log in to Reply Enjoy sleeping, you’ll fall asleep much quicker enjoying your time to think to yourself rather than you stressing yourself to sleep. Log in to Reply Timing my breathing to the song Dearly beloved from kingdom hearts 1 (the after credits end one where it’s the mellow slow piano only) Log in to Reply A sleep mask and being in a safe environment Log in to Reply I love sleeping. I can nap pretty much on demand. I attribute this to being able to day dream very easily. A cozy blanket, make sure the sun isn’t in your eyes, jobs a good un! Also works whist reading. Log in to Reply I close my eyes, I feel my heartbeat and breathe slowly and deeply. Log in to Reply Thinking about my husband or best friend cuddling with me on the couch. No TV on or anything like that. Just me and him, existing peacefully together, holding each other and feeling each other’s heartbeats. The feeling of comfort and safety does it for me. Log in to Reply I think about p0®n no im serious Log in to Reply I pretend to go for a drive somewhere that makes me happy Log in to Reply With my eyes closed, I imagine I’m looking far, far into the distance. I’m guessing this may relax my eyes and upper face? It may take some practice, but I’ve been doing this so long it’s second nature. Log in to Reply Counting your breaths. It helps keep your brain busy with a boring task, and also makes you focus on your breathing Log in to Reply Needing to stay awake. Log in to Reply Somewhat interesting audiobooks. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.