If you feel like you've tried everything to beat — or at least manage — your insomnia lately, then maybe it's time to look into other scientific research. It's always better to understand how or why you're having trouble falling or staying asleep at the right time. Apparently, the things we do or encounter within the day can affect our sleep. Insomnia occurs more than you think, and it is experienced by a lot of people. While insomnia can occur with other medical or psychiatric conditions, there are still simple ways to manage it.
Read on to know how to manage insomnia in a few simple ways:
1. Stop Browsing And Put Your Phone Down
Your phone's screen emits a bright light and it's tricking your mind to stay awake as it affects your biological clock. As the light shines over your eyes, it signals the group of neurons (the master clock) in our brains that it's still daytime. So, it doesn't really matter if you're already on the bed and the lights are off — as long as your phone is on and your fingers won't stop scrolling, you won't be falling asleep anytime soon.