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GamerSandy

300d

what do you do to sleep at night? nothing I seem to do works and I can't make my brain stop thinking constant thoughts like endless monologues about anything in my life even though I have a good life ?

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    • LemonZest22

      298d

      I put documentaries on the TV and then an eye mask if the light is bothering me. I have go to documentaries just for sleeping now 😅

    • LemonZest22

      298d

      I put documentaries on the TV and then an eye mask if the light is bothering me. I have go to documentaries just for sleeping now 😅

    • 55isMe

      300d

      Not always successful, but eventually it works: If i cant fall asleep, i force myself to think of something nice but very boring. Ex: a time where watching people at the park, watching a baby smile, jogging down a path (ive never jogged but still works better than a walk speed), etc

      • GamerSandy

        300d

        @55isMe thank you I'll try it!

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Some suggestions include taking medications or melatonin to help fall asleep, following along to an audio-guided meditation, journaling before bed to get all thoughts out of the brain, making a to-do list for the next day to avoid worrying about it, and listening to a long YouTube video or podcast to distract the mind. Another method is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) combined with drugs such as SSRIs and Benzos.

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