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Things That Induce Sleep

For people suffering from sleeplessness, insomnia or sleep deprivation among other sleep disorders it could be interesting to read about things that induce sleep. So this article will look at various ways to do that:

Behaviours & Things That Induce Sleep

  • It is easier to sleep in the dark then light, so you can help induce sleep by getting thick curtains which totally block light from the outside
  • Food, or the body busy with cutting up the food you swallowed will always be an obstacle to induce sleep, so try to keep a relatively empty belly before bedtime
  • Melatonin and/or Valerian root supplementation could help induce sleep, but I’d really hate to rely on “things” and become an “addict”, not even mentioning the constant loss of money
  • Meditation or Prayer definitely can induce sleep and it is totally ok not to know how to do them because all you need is just to relax best you can and focus on your breath or your God and the rest will happen by itself
  • A book can also induce sleep, but don’t get an exciting one or you will be up all night
  • For men especially making love can induce sleep, with or without someone if you know what I mean usually gets them quite tired and sleepy
  • Very simple ear plugs can help you by giving you silence which will help you to sleep
  • Discipline or habit can trigger sleep – like we teach our cute pets like dogs and cats, same way our body learns various habits and sleep is actually a habit so if you go to bed always at a certain time as a general rule (few exceptions are not an issue) then your body will learn to sleep at that time. But if you always mix it up, the body will get confused (meaning its internal processes will get messed up)
  • A warm drink like tea or milk can be just the cosiness you might need to trigger the comfy sleep state

Final Words on Things That Induce Sleep

I hope this article was helpful to you and there are probably more ways to deal with sleeplessness and insomnia, but these ones should cover the bulk of the common items. That said, please see my other sleep disorders articles to get even more interesting info.

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