No more tossing and turning until the wee hours. This is how to never struggle to fall asleep again:
“Falling asleep is a natural process, so it should be easy, right? Ha! We wish. Of course, we've all had trouble getting to sleep at some point. But for many of us, it's a nightly struggle.
According to the CDC, about a third of us get fewer than six hours of sleep every night. But insomnia is actually more common among women than men. Without sleep, we have a harder time feeling optimistic and having gratitude. Weirdly, we also find it harder to have a sense of humor. And unfortunately, sleep deprivation can cause some seriously impaired driving.
We've heard all the classic advice (keep your timing consistent, limit caffeine, get your exercise in), but we're ready for the next steps. To help all of us get those necessary ZZZs, we're collecting our favorite sleep tips — all backed by recent studies.”
How I Learnt To Fall Asleep In Under One Minute
“We all find that we can't sleep at times. But what happens when not being able to fall asleep becomes a problem? Thankfully, there is an incredible solution that one Byrdie editor has discovered. Keep scrolling to read all about Alina Gonzalez's fail-safe trick she's learnt to never have a sleepless night ever again.”
How To Fall Asleep When You’re Not Tired
“You’ve got work in the morning, well in a few hours now because it’s 2am. Oh 2am, we haven’t missed you!
We’ve all been there, laying in bed trying to get some sleep and it’s just not happening. We’re also embarrassed to say we’ve tried counting sheep just for the fun of it…clearly did not work! Falling asleep seems like the easiest thing to do, but when you’re surrounded by distractions your brain has other plans than sleep.”