How to help you sleep

By | April 30, 2017

Before I write more about how to help you sleep, do you know what the most common sleep disorder is? The most common sleep disorder is insomnia, which is also known as chronic sleeplessness. This is a sleep disorder that becomes more and more common with age. Recent research has shown that one in three people will experience at least one phase of insomnia at some point in their lives. That is the reason I have written this article. I want to let you know the various prevention methods that you can take so that it can help you sleep.

Before I get started on how you can cultivate good habits to prevent insomnia, here’s a question that I would like to ask you first to help you sleep.

Do you know how long an adult needs for effective memory consolidation? Well, researches have shown that most adults need an average of about seven and a half hours per night so that they can have best memory consolidation. However, please take note that this is an average. Not all man and woman need this amount of time for best memory consolidation as people vary widely in the amount of sleep they need. Some people will only need 5-6 hours per night to get excellent memory consolidation while others need 8-9 hours to get best memory consolidation.

Okay, enough with the research. Let’s talk about what you can do to help you sleep:

How to Help Your Sleep Method #1: Establish and keep up a regular sleep schedule and routine
This is an important factor that can help you prevent insomnia because when you go to bet at about the same time each night and wake up at about the same time each morning, you tend to fall asleep and wake up more easily.

How to Help Your Sleep Method #2: Plan to exercise earlier in the day
Vigorous exercise in the hours just before bedtime can interfere with your sleep. However, if you exercise in the morning, it can help enhance your alertness when you need it most – at the beginning of the day and promote better sleep at night.

How to Help Your Sleep Method #3: Set your bedroom’s stage
This is another key reason that can help to prevent insomnia. By setting the stage, I meant by setting your room temperature to around sixty to sixty-five Fahrenheit so that you can sleep better. Also, adjust your lighting to as dark as possible and if you tend to stir at the slightest sound, try using white noise to mask other sounds. A fan at low-speed or an inexpensive white noise generator can serve this purpose.

Okay, these are the top three tips that I am going to give you so that you can prevent insomnia easily and instantly without worrying whether it is effective or not. Do read more of my article writings as I am going to go into more detailed descriptions of insomnia cures and insomnia prevention methods.

Ethan Chong is a sleep expert who has been training and teaching people professionally on how to cure and treat their sleep disorders easily and instantly. Have a question related to sleep insomnia? Ask Ethan Chong at The author grants full reprint rights to this article. You may reprint and electronically distribute this article so long as its contents remain unchanged and the author’s byline remains in place.