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daisyRain

799d

Y’all how tf do I sleep when I’ve suddenly got all the energy in the world & just wanna have fun & play games & go on my phone :// (but I have school in the morning so I can’t actually enjoy myself before going to bed & starting the whole school-stress-anxiety cycle)

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    • Cursed_Lil_Furby

      799d

      I usually just take a nap in one of my classes, after finishing all the classwork for that block ofc. But, I recommend taking melatonin at a reasonable time and kinda coaxing yourself into a comfy position while listening to calm music (I personally like rain noises, white noise, or videogame ambiances)

    • div

      799d

      Body pillows were also a life saver for me.

    • Rodent

      799d

      I find that holding something while you sleep helps you to fall asleep faster. Even if its a stuffed animal, or a small pillow

    • div

      799d

      I've got insomnia and what I have found that helps is getting some exercise in during the day before you go to sleep, read a book, listen to a podcast (its hard for me to find podcasts that are actually interesting for me but I found a few. And there are always those times where it just doesn't work. Also melatonin, ashwaganda also helps some people as well as magnesium.

    • JojoVal

      799d

      Could you squeeze in another activity throughout your day to help tire you out? Maybe take a run 🏃🏻‍♀️ in the evening! Hot baths and meditation help calm me down when it’s time for sleep 😴

    • cloudiery

      799d

      from someone who has insomnia, melatonin has really helped (extra strength, for me but it varies. you take one and you're asleep within a half an hour,,,that is, if you don't look at any electronics

    • Cursed_Lil_Furby

      799d

      Skyrim ambiance (Secunda) knocks me out cold.

    • Cursed_Lil_Furby

      799d

      I usually just take a nap in one of my classes, after finishing all the classwork for that block ofc. But, I recommend taking melatonin at a reasonable time and kinda coaxing yourself into a comfy position while listening to calm music (I personally like rain noises, white noise, or videogame ambiances)

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