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Our section advices provides you an exhaustive list of tricks that help you to sleep well. However, we know that everyone has its own method to fall asleep without difficulty. If you want to help the I Will Sleep Well community, you can write your tips via the contact form.

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The tricks of the other I Will Sleep Well users


by Edward

Edward wanted to introduce to the I Will Sleep Well community the ASMR (Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response), which knows some success, particularly among people with sleep disorders.

The ASMR is a perceptual phenomenon characterized as a distinct, pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, back, or peripheral regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or cognitive stimuli.

By searching on the internet you will find videos of people who film themselves, trying to make you reach this "brain nirvana". Not Everybody is sensitive to the ASMR, but these videos are very popular and people mention that this method reduces stress and improves sleep. Test yourself and maybe ASMR will relax you.

The Yoga Nidra

by Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie have sleep disorders. She refuses to use sleeping pills but she practices Yoga Nidra (a derivative of yoga to facilitate sleep). This technique consists of breathing exercises. For more information you can visit this page: Yoga Nidra.

The regularity of the bedtimes

by Densha

The trick of Densha to be fit the day is to wake up and go to bed still the same hours. The weekend you can sleep one or two hours more to make up a possible cumulative tiredness.

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