navigrassor wrote:I recommend more physical activity.
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The Artful Dodger wrote:I've had times where it would take me a while to doze off on given nights (an hour at most) because the last few hours before heading off to bed, I was doing work on my laptop. Both the work and the fact that I have my eyes affixed to the screen for a good bit keeps my brain circulating various thoughts and it takes a while for my brain to slow down.
These days, I usually go to bed at 10:30 PM or 11:00 PM (when wrestling is on) and wake up at 5:30 AM (yeah, I know an ungodly time to wake up) to jog a few miles and hit the gym. I find myself quite tired when I wake up (a bit groggy), but find that once I run the first 1/2 mile, I'm pretty peppy thereafter, the adrenaline I suppose. So, throughout the day, I'm feeling relaxed and very alert, despite being a tad stressed (and on some days, teetering on the edge of burnout). This facilitates me to fall asleep earlier, but I find that 10-20 minutes of watching TV from a 12 foot distance in the dark right after I use the computer gets me ready to doze off.
The Artful Dodger wrote:The tricky part for me is that I wake up early Saturday or Sunday to catch the soccer games at the pub, depending on how important the game is. The hardest part is getting up, but after a few pints in the morning, I think it's good enough for me to have the recommended 9-10 hour sleep on the night of. I don't nap or sleep in during the day.
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