I say goodnight to all of my body parts. Good night toes, good night right foot, good night left foot............................ Usually by the time I get to my upper body, I'm asleep. I guess it's kind of like counting sheep, it takes my mind off of a good day or bad day.
Soft reading and classical music.
A prescription for a muscle relaxer. Ok only occasionally. Most of the time warm milk or Nighty Night tea.
I have a playlist of nothing but rain sounds.
Being tired from a full day's work. Always seems to work for me....and beer on the weekends.
A mug of hot chocolate, and my warm electric heat pad, and a microwave wheat bag around my neck.
When I was young the sound of my mum drying her hair use to make me fall asleep, now when I dry my hair my partner falls asleep.
Dear Da Yun,
For me, it is the white noise of the trains going by. When I was born my family lived by the railroad track, and now 70 years later I live in a small town where each day 81 trains pass. So comforting, lonely, soothing.
medicine that can help you sleep. May cause drowsiness.
Two things. I like to read in bed and when the eyes get tired I just drift off.
And I seem to sleep better if I turn off my computer early in the evening.
Welcome to blurtit, Da Yun.
Reading beforehand, and having a fan on. That's what I usually do most nights.
Da Yun! Working at night really makes me sleepy! However, reading can also be a
pretty good soporific, especially if it is a French book or some sort of
magazine. Lately, I have noticed scented candles and dim lights were just as
effective! Hope to have answered your question and do have a good night!
Audiobooks and guided hypnosis. For audiobooks, I enjoy some academic stuff, and lectures would do great service. And for guided hypnosis, I listen to Sleephypnopill. Hope this will help.