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Don’t we all get jealous of people who sleep within the blink of an eye? Like literally! But for the rest of us, it’s like a horrible nightmare (even for a nightmare you have to sleep first). 

This infrequent practice of insomnia makes it harder to stay active the entire day.

Along with a disturbing mood, it can also affect your memory, body functionality, emotions, and other main subjects.

So, with the help of our qualified professionals, we have gathered five ways to fall asleep faster. Yeah!


Fix Your Routine – Schedule Your Sleep

We do understand that we don’t go to bed at the same time as yesterday. It is a common habit for many people to sleep at different times, especially on weekends.

But little do we know is that it disturbs our body’s circadian functionality. It determines the rhythm of our body whether we are ready to sleep or not. Therefore, it’s better to set a fixed routine of sleep daily. It helps to keep a circadian rhythm inflow.


Turn the Lights Off

The reason behind most people refuse working in the night is because sleeping in the daytime becomes harder. The circadian rhythm knows to fall asleep when the environment is set to dark with no bright lights on. So, if you tend to sleep faster, turn the lights off and avoid taking long naps in the daytime.


Read a Book Before Going to Bed

Reading fictional novels and story books helps the brain to ignore personal thoughts that hold us back to fall asleep peacefully. But avoid reading books that can be disturbing to your mind; it can leave you awake for a long time with pessimist thoughts.


Neutralize Your Room Temperature

Our body temperature fluctuates as soon as we fall asleep. It means the set temperature of our body rises, but the temperature of your hands and feet decreases gradually.

Suppose your room is set to a low or warm temperature so it might give you a hard time to stay asleep the whole night. It’s better to neutralize the room thermostat for non-disturbing sleep.


Avoid Daytime Napping

There’s nothing wrong with daytime naps. In fact, it keeps you active and awake. But since you already experience difficulty in falling asleep fast at night, it’s better to let your body get tired the whole day so that you can sleep peacefully at night.

However, short naps for like 30 minutes every day sounds good for our physical and mental health.