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Racing thoughts and anxiety can cause you to have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep. Try meditation every day, especially at bed time, to help calm your mind.
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Do you know the main causes of insomnia? This sleeping disorder can occur for a variety of reasons. The most common one being the disruptions in our circadian rhythm. Our body has an innate clock that regulates our waking and sleeping patterns. When this is disrupted by our work, noise or gadgets, insomnia can occur. Stress is another reason for the development of insomnia as it can induce overthinking at night.

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When it comes to sleeping, darkness is one of your best friends. Blackout curtains, sleep masks, and turning off or hiding electronic lights can keep you from the darkness your body craves to truly rest!
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One way to relax before bedtime is to take a shower or bath! The soothing warmth of the water, and addition of aromatic fragrances, can help calm nerves and relax you for better sleep. Try making this a nightly ritual for a week and see if it helps!
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Watching violent shows or reading disturbing books before bed can seriously disrupt your ability to fall asleep and sleep well. Try some comedy, prayers or meditation to fall asleep faster and get more rest.
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My name is Jonathan and I suffer from a few of the symptoms of insomnia. It is a bit of a struggle and am trying to gather as much information on the topic as I can. Since I am a product design student in my final year of College it only seemed fair that I design a product for insomnia. If you would be comfortable taking an anonymous survey or being a part of a quick interview you can message me here and would be overjoyed. I look forward to meeting you all here and getting to know you. I will post the link to the survey below.

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A nighttime sleep ritual of drinking hot tea might just be the ticket to a good night's sleep. A fragrant herbal or non-caffeinated tea made with valerian and hops, or cardamom and nutmeg, drank every night before bed can trigger your need for rest!

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The time and type of dinner you eat can affect your sleep! Try to eat dinner several hours before turning in, and eat food that takes less work to digest, such as soup and low-protein meals. These are easier for your body to digest, and that means it's easier to fall sleep!
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