What if during the day I am constantly in such a state in which I want to sleep, but just go to bed, so the desire to sleep disappears?

What if during the day I am constantly in such a state in which I want to sleep, but just go to bed, so the desire to sleep disappears?

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Answer 1
September, 2021

This tension has such an effect. As soon as you "go to bed", the rule "well, now I can legally relax" is triggered inside you. Once you relax, you don't feel like sleeping. This is the whole mechanism. I have checked this many times and researched it in detail.

There are several ways to overcome it. They all boil down to the simple idea of ​​relaxing and not stressing anymore if possible. So, for example, you can do Qi-Gong, Yoga or some other kind of gymnastics, when you already want to sleep unbearably. The second option is easier. Lie down and sleep for twenty minutes. My grandfather did this all his life. A very good remedy. You can also lie down and take a nap, but not sleep. Just lie with your eyes closed, relaxing more and more and feeling the body better. Then after twenty minutes to stop. Sometimes it is possible to dig up the recent tension and when relaxation occurs your body will "jump" straight. Many people observe this effect when they fall asleep, a limb can jerk several times or the whole body jerks. So the tension releases, which led you to an unbearable desire to sleep.

You can think of other effective methods of relaxation that will work specifically for you. But body-oriented practices are the most effective I know, be it a short sleep or Qi-Gong.

But most importantly, try to learn not to strain. This is a very difficult moment, which on the surface depends on bodily stresses, but goes deep into the psyche, the restructuring of which is a consequence of body-oriented practices.

Answer 2
September, 2021

Discrepancy between physical fatigue and mental fatigue. To compensate for this discrepancy, it helps to do exercises an hour before going to bed. For mobile phones, there are many applications with 5-7-10-15 minutes charging courses that will remind you in time and give you a complete list of exercises. All that remains is to execute them.

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