Trouble sleeping!!!!?!

Question: Trouble sleeping!!!!!?
i am havin trouble sleepin and i have been stayin up all day+night and i just cant seem 2g2 bed at a normal time anymore! when i was at my momz house i could sleep just fine, but here at my dad i cant get to sleep and i need 2g2 bed despreatly!?!? do u know what the problem and/or solution is!?!? i am desperate!!! and very very very very sleepy!.!. ohh and i sleep somethime during the day cuz i stayed up all nite and so that doesnt help either!! do any of you know what i should do!?!?Www@Answer-Health@Com

i don't know know if your allergic to lavender oil but if your not buy some and rub it just next to your eyes as it relaxes you and makes you tired it also helps you sleep hope this helps and good luckWww@Answer-Health@Com

have you tried calms it a herbal table!? cant you go back to your mums an sleep, is there a deep routed prob y u cant sleep!? mayb go to the docs explain an they could help you im on zopiclone i only take them when i really need them and it sounds like you do but be sensible on them if you get themWww@Answer-Health@Com

If i really cant fall asleep that bad, i just count sheep!. I know its ridiculous, but when i wake i only remember counting to around the 120's!. Its fast and simple!.Www@Answer-Health@Com

just be relaxled and everything will be fine!.you can use meditation for relaxingWww@Answer-Health@Com

have a drink before bed or take some OTC sleeping aidsWww@Answer-Health@Com

Put your mind in a position where it wants to shut itself off, and sleep!. See insomnia treatments, in much more detail than can be included here, in section 3, at ezy build, below!. Use one of the relaxation methods, in bed, after lights out, on pages 2, 11, 2!.c, or 2!.i, but they can take some time to learn, (progressive muscular relaxation excepted) so learn and become proficient in their use during the day; an alternative is to use the EFT, in section 53, and pages 2!.q, and 2!.o, saying to yourself: "Even though I currently have a sleep disorder, I deeply and completely accept myself!." (or choose your own wording) while you use the acupressure tapping!. Some more; quick, and easy to learn, are at http://www!.umm!.edu/sleep/relax_tech!.htm I have not yet evaluated them, but they seem to be worthwhile trying, and I like to provide options!.

Find out which works best for you, in the daylight hours, so you will be prepared, come bedtime!. For many people, a good idea is to develop a set "wind down" routine for the last hour before bedtime, so your subconscious mind learns that it is time to put thinking aside, and prepare for mindfulness, (awareness, without cogitation/purposeful thought) or the EFT, in preparation for sleep, but the idea with mindfulness is to not even think about sleeping: just drift off, naturally, during exercising those techniques!. I suggest that you try using the EMDR variant, below, prior to the mindfulness, or the progressive muscular relaxation, but after the EFT, if that method is chosen!. Experiment, to find which combination works best!.

(The following is a variant of EMDR therapy, which has been used successfully for those people suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, insomnia, and anxiety: it is easily learned, quick to use, yet can be very effective!. It is easy to be dismissive of such a seemingly unusual technique, but give it a good tryout, for at least a few weeks, to see if it is effective in your case!.)!. Prior to using either of the methods in the above paragraph, first sit comfortably, and take a deep breath!. Then, without moving your head, move your eyes from the left, to the right, and back again, taking around a second to do so (say: "a thousand and one": this takes approximately a second)!. Repeat this procedure (without the words, although you can count, subvocally, if you like) 20 times!. Then close your eyes and relax!. Become aware of any tension or discomfort you feel!.

Then open your eyes, and take another deep breath, and repeat step one, closing your eyes, and relaxing afterwards, in the same manner!. Then, repeat the procedure one last time!. Some people may find that this is all they need do!. With experience, you may find that you can practise this with your eyes closed!. Experience has taught me that the 2 - 3 minutes spent using the EMDR markedly reduces distractions to the relaxation process, and is repaid many times over!. I have a cup of chamomile herbal tea, an hour before bedtime, and use the above techniques!. Others may prefer Sleepytime, by Celestial Seasonings, or valerian root, from supermarket tea, or health food aisles!. http://www!.ezy-build!.net!.nz/~shanerisWww@Answer-Health@Com

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