The Effortless Way to Prepare for Sleep (How to Wind Down)

Former Insomniac by End Insomnia

Jan 27 2024 • 4 mins

Although there is no guarantee that a wind down will help you sleep on any individual night, maintaining a wind-down routine over time helps set the stage for more easeful entry into sleep.

It's like easing off the gas pedal after a busy day so you can coast smoothly into sleep.

Grab something you love doing just for fun in that hour before you hit the sheets.

It could be reading, jamming to some tunes, or just zoning out to your favorite show.

Don’t do this wind down with the strict intention of it helping you sleep; do it because you actually enjoy it and find it relaxing.

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