What should you do before bed to fully relax?

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Anoth­er day has end­ed, which means that it’s time to post­pone all things, say good night to your loved ones and go to bed. It is at this time that peo­ple are left alone with them­selves, they have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to think about the most inti­mate, indulge in dreams. But for some rea­son, many do not get to think about the good before going to bed. Thoughts about prob­lems, unfin­ished busi­ness, dif­fi­cult rela­tion­ships, etc. ran­dom­ly pop up in my head. Each per­son has his own sore point.

Morning routine for a productive day

Indeed, not all days are good, giv­ing only pos­i­tive emo­tions and pleas­ant meet­ings, some­times there are much more sad events than joy­ful ones. But we all need to remem­ber that, falling asleep with excite­ment and dis­con­tent, we run the risk of wak­ing up in the same mood. And the morn­ing mood is very impor­tant, it can ruin the whole day. It is not for noth­ing that many psy­chol­o­gists argue that it is in the ear­ly morn­ing that you def­i­nite­ly need to find time for med­i­ta­tion, read­ing inter­est­ing, devel­op­ing lit­er­a­ture, phys­i­cal exer­cis­es, and mak­ing plans. All experts agree that in the morn­ing you need to set your­self up for a pro­duc­tive day, which will be spent in a great mood, with a smile on your face and peace of mind.

When a per­son wakes up in a bad mood, there is a high prob­a­bil­i­ty that all the things he has planned will remain in the plans, sad thoughts will over­shad­ow all the good things, and rela­tion­ships with loved ones will not bring joy, and may even dete­ri­o­rate.

How to cor­rect the sit­u­a­tion and learn to con­trol your thoughts, replac­ing anx­i­ety with calm­ness?

Relax and get ready for a restful sleep

Relax and get ready for a restful sleep

After you lie down in bed, the first thing to do is to com­plete­ly relax your whole body. This will help low­er your heart rate a bit and cause you to fall asleep faster. It may sound fun­ny, but the soon­er a per­son goes to the king­dom of Mor­pheus, the less time he will have for bad thoughts. Now many peo­ple will say that it is not so easy to relax and tame the swarm of thoughts swirling in your head. There is some truth in this, but you can make a lit­tle effort so that the next morn­ing is cheer­ful and your sleep is sweet.

To feel com­plete relax­ation and peace, it is bet­ter to start with the mus­cles. Con­cen­trate your atten­tion on every part of the body: toes, feet, ankles, ris­ing high­er and high­er. Try not to think about any­thing else dur­ing these moments, lis­ten to your breath­ing, fol­low­ing its rhythm.

We try to solve all the day’s affairs

Unre­solved and post­poned cas­es are also the cause of not very pleas­ant, and some­times too sad thoughts. And most impor­tant­ly, they do not help to solve them, but only cause irri­ta­tion, dis­sat­is­fac­tion with one­self and dif­fi­cul­ty falling asleep. To cope with such a prob­lem, no mat­ter how trite it sounds, the solu­tion of press­ing issues in time will help. The main thing is to under­stand what exact­ly you are able to decide or do, and what is bet­ter to refuse and for­get. Let’s learn to dis­tin­guish impor­tant tasks from sec­ondary ones.

Psy­chol­o­gists advise writ­ing down all unre­solved prob­lems and tasks at the end of the day. And oppo­site them, write pos­si­ble solu­tions, as well as actions that need to be tak­en. This will help to trans­fer your thoughts from your head to paper, and calm­ly end­ing the day, plunge into a heal­ing sleep. After all, the morn­ing is wis­er than the evening, and with a clear, rest­ed head, you can solve all prob­lems much faster.

Heavy blanket or love joys: you choose

An excel­lent tool that saves from heavy thoughts before going to bed is mak­ing love. This not only gives a lot of plea­sure and pos­i­tive emo­tions, but also pro­vokes the release of endor­phins, and also dis­tracts from all kinds of prob­lems. In addi­tion, part­ners spend a lot of ener­gy and after love joys they quick­ly fall into a sweet dream.

There is an opin­ion that under a mas­sive and heavy blan­ket a per­son sleeps more calm­ly and falls asleep faster. Let’s hope this is true. After all, it is much warmer under it, and there are prob­a­bly few­er unnec­es­sary move­ments, since it fits more tight­ly to a per­son, giv­ing a sense of secu­ri­ty. Either way, it’s worth exper­i­ment­ing! And sud­den­ly this is exact­ly what will help you fall asleep faster, and sleep more peace­ful­ly.

Listen to music and fall into a sweet dream

Listen to music and fall into a sweet dream

Music also has a calm­ing effect on most peo­ple. Relax­ing can be called instru­men­tal melodies. Researchers from the Uni­ver­si­ty of Lon­don and the Uni­ver­si­ty of Lin­coln con­duct­ed research. They showed that lis­ten­ing to music in the evening helps a per­son quick­ly move into the sleep phase, in which the body recov­ers as much as pos­si­ble.

Peo­ple lis­ten to music before bed for a vari­ety of rea­sons. It gives some­one a sense of secu­ri­ty, some­one just enjoys it. Dur­ing the sur­vey, it turned out that the com­po­si­tions of Mozart and Bach help most peo­ple fall asleep faster. But since each per­son is indi­vid­ual, every­one likes music dif­fer­ent­ly. Any style of music can set you up for a rest­ful sleep, get rid of unpleas­ant, obses­sive thoughts: pop, rock, etc. It all depends on musi­cal pref­er­ences and the body’s reac­tion to var­i­ous sounds.

Doing pleasant things for positive emotions

Psy­chol­o­gists believe that you need to tune in to peace and sleep in advance. Try to get rid of the neg­a­tive emo­tions accu­mu­lat­ed dur­ing the day with the help of hob­bies and hob­bies. It can be sports or danc­ing, because phys­i­cal activ­i­ty effec­tive­ly relieves fear, anx­i­ety and anger. You can also start to embroi­der, knit, sew. For some women, these activ­i­ties are per­fect­ly sooth­ing. Many peo­ple com­plete­ly with­draw into them­selves and calm down by draw­ing. For those who can’t draw, you can exper­i­ment with paint­ing by num­bers or anti-stress col­or­ing books.

Walk­ing in the fresh air also gives pos­i­tive emo­tions. Go for a walk with the whole fam­i­ly, com­mu­ni­cate, breathe fresh air, enjoy the beau­ty of nature. And be sure to ven­ti­late the bed­room before going to bed!

The described meth­ods will help you fall asleep faster, leav­ing no time for bad thoughts that do not allow you to relax and quick­ly fall into a sweet dream. Do not for­get that reg­u­lar sleep depri­va­tion adverse­ly affects the state of health, appear­ance, mood. And also affects the per­for­mance and achieve­ment of goals.

By Yraa

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