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mistress1209 asked:

22 Apr 2010

how to improve sleep?

i work on night shifts so i only get to nod off during daytime for most of the week. the problem is, i don't feel very well-rested by the time i get up because my sleep is usually just light and patchy.

Any advice?



nana_0601 says:

Posted on 22 Apr 2010


drink something warm a few hours before resting

listen to soothing / relaxing music/ a droning sound and close your eyes whilst on bed

avoid anything high in caffeine or anything that will cause stress

DX i can't think of anything else


barbipixi says:

Posted on 23 Apr 2010

i know drinking some warm milk could help

eating some turkey can help

taking 1/2 the dose of a sleeping over the counter pill

drinking a lil wine or some beer can help take the edge off for sleep

do you have those black out curtens? to make it really dark? you can always put up paper on your windows and cover behind it with tin foil (so the ppl out side don't get blinded) to make sure it's really dark to try and fool your mind


zebraprintersxd says:

Posted on 23 Apr 2010

just come home and put your feet up massage them and drink some tee when you go to bed close your eyes and just relax make sure your only using your bed for a sleeping area not to sit on and watch tv because then your body will believe its time to get up and do some thing


iitsxtori says:

Posted on 23 Apr 2010

I feel your pain, not being able to sleep is one of the most frustrating things ever. I think you can get certain teas that help you sleep, and drinking warm milk helps. Avoid caffine. I think it's best to do exercise 3-5 hours before you go to bed. Same with eating. Stress can cause lack of sleep. I'm sure you could get Lunesta or some kind of sleeping medicine, but it probably has so many side effects and I wouldn't trust it. If you're having trouble sleeping, it could be your mattress maybe or a change in the environment... That's really all i have to suggest i don't know if it helped, but good luck and I hope you can sleep better!


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 27 Apr 2010

you know what.. it COULD be my mattress! I've had it for awhile now, guess it needs to be changed. Thanks!


mistress1209 says:

Posted on 27 Apr 2010

I've tried darkening the room the other day using cardboard and hey, it helped! Still don't get the deep slumber we experience at night but it's better than before! Thank you...

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