If you are like many, you have had bouts of insomnia in your lifetime. Some of us have what is called intermittent insomnia. Intermittent insomnia is having insomnia for short periods of time ever so often. Transient insomnia is having insomnia for a short period of time once. Chronic insomnia is suffering from the symptoms of insomnia for an extended period of time and will generally require medical attention. To learn more about the types of insomnia, visit my article What is Insomnia and What are the Types of Insomnia?
(3) It’s also considered vital for babies to have a predictable nap routine, as this will increase the period they sleep through during the night. Sleeping with baby will also help to ease falling asleep their insecurities and also get you some much needed sleep! Also, set a predictable night routine that will let baby know its bedtime. A warm bath, rocking baby and lullabies usually do the trick!
Sleep regularly – Sleeping for few hours each night can cause snoring. Why? Unbalanced sleeping patterns develop into respiratory instability while asleep. And there is nothing good about respiratory instability because it can lead to unstable breathing. Hence, you need to regulate your sleeping patterns. Set a specific time of sleeping. Wake up in the morning on the same time, every day. Sometimes, 7 to 8 hours of sleep is all you need.
If your patient is in danger or if you believe you are in danger of hypothermia and frost bite, there are steps that you must take immediately to avoid the danger.
One key element to resetting your internal clock is to get yourself into a bedtime routine. I know this may sound juvenile, but it does work. When you are suffering from insomnia, even though you are exhausted, your body gets used to being up at night and therefore makes falling falling asleep near impossible. Here are some suggestions on what to incorporate into your bedtime routine.
Diet is key here. Don’t eat a bundle of junkfood before when you’d normally go to sleep. If you do your body will crash and you’ll likely go with it. You’re going to want to have an ample supply of caffeinated beverages, some carbo-loaded snacks (no sugar though) and a decent breakfast on the horizon. It’ll keep you moving but not hibernating.
It’s important that you let go of your fear while doing this. You physical body does not want your astral body to leave and often you will experience irrational fear while separating. Astral projection is completely safe and once achieved is a life changing experience. Everyone who have achieved it consciously have all noted that it was one of the best things they have ever done.