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Proven Methods for Preventing Insomnia With Natures Sleep Formula

If you’re reading this at 2 A.M., you’re probably desperate for some help handling your insomnia. You’re not alone; plenty of people struggle with insomnia, and there are ways to prevent it. Try the following suggestions as you seek solutions:
Exercise every day (but not right before bed). Try to get in some form of cardio exercise each day; the hormones you’ll release and the stress relief will combat your insomnia.
Try taking natural herbs that are formulated for sleep problems.  A highly recommended natural formulation that will do the trick is Natures Sleep Formula.  It has just the right combination of slected herbs that will help the body naturally to relax and get a restful nights sleep with out any side effects.
Consciously release anxiety. If you have a high stress job or life situation, you may want to try releasing your stress each night before you go to bed. Try walking through your day mentally, writing a letter, keeping a journal, talking about it, or meditating about whatever stresses you out.
Establish a bedtime routine. After you take your time to scrub and change, choose a relaxing activity. Instead of losing yourself in a movie or playing on your computer, try stretching, reading, or practicing breathing exercises. Commit to the same bedtime routine so your body and mind both recognize the cues that it’s time to go to sleep.
If you’re an insomniac, you should use your bedroom just for sleeping. Use your living room for active things and your bedroom for sleeping.
Watch the temperature of your room. Many insominacs find lowering the room temperature and curling up under and extra blanket helps them sleep.
Make sure there are no unwanted lights in your bedroom. Many people find the led lights in their room to be a terrible distraction. Cover them up or turn them away from you whenever possible.
Keep lighting dim in the bedroom. Replace high watt bulbs with low watt bulbs, and invest in black out shades in you need to sleep when it’s light out.
Try these tips to handle your insomnia. Sleep well!

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  • Puss said:
    June 15, 2011 at 3:27 am

    TYVM you’ve sloevd all my problems

  • Blessing said:
    June 17, 2011 at 8:47 am

    That’s a mold-berkaer. Great thinking!

    • Lexus said:
      September 5, 2011 at 7:05 am

      I’m out of lgauee here. Too much brain power on display!

    • Gloriane said:
      September 6, 2011 at 1:13 pm

      I feel so much hpapier now I understand all this. Thanks!

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