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Posted on 08-26-21, 01:36 pm
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I don't know if this is a right topic to discuss here in General chat, but I want to know if you guys have troubles at sleeping. What I can tell is, that I have lately troubles at sleeping and I couldn't sleep very well since days. It would also be nice to hear some tips how to sleep better, because it's unhealthy not to sleep.
Posted on 08-26-21, 02:26 pm
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Try to ignore the problems if you can not solve it for some reason and for example when everything is silent in my house during the day it makes me sleepy and more if I am alone, especially in the evenings maybe it will help you, or try to do something that tires you but does not bore you or distract you so much, that can help you since everything is silent and those things, cause a slight boredom and can make you sleepy, I hope it helps you.


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Posted on 08-26-21, 02:52 pm
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Don't know how much you are on your smartphone over the day but try reducing the use of it. Especially about one hour before going to sleep you should try not to use any screens (smartphone/pc/console) at all.
That could help but it depends, if you are already doing that... welp.
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Posted on 08-26-21, 05:03 pm
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Theres a supplement called Meletonin, which could help you out. Should be able to find it with ease. Its completely safe and it should make you tired enough to sleep.

Are you just not tired of having trouble getting your brain to shut off?
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Posted on 08-26-21, 05:21 pm
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Posted by Arceus
Don't know how much you are on your smartphone over the day but try reducing the use of it. Especially about one hour before going to sleep you should try not to use any screens (smartphone/pc/console) at all.
That could help but it depends, if you are already doing that... welp.


What would you do in that time (to entertain yourself)?
Posted on 08-26-21, 06:31 pm
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Er, reading? Drawing? Music? Just wanna remind you we have several millennia's worth of screen-free history. We have come up with more than a few ways to entertain ourselves.
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Posted on 08-26-21, 06:33 pm
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I bought an e-reader about half a year ago to get away from screens before sleep.

My sleep has gradually been getting pretty good since then.
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Posted on 08-26-21, 07:00 pm
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I thought an e-reader was also a screen? ?
Posted on 08-26-21, 07:13 pm
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I have that problem sometimes (it's more about not falling asleep). A good thing to do is to wake up early in the morning (about 8 or 9 a.m.). It usually works for me. Hope I helped you
Posted on 08-26-21, 07:18 pm
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I thought an e-reader was also a screen? ?

It isn't. e-readers use e-ink displays which don't emit light. To the eye it is exactly like reading a regular book.
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Posted on 08-27-21, 01:16 am (rev. 1 by  Vadenimo on 08-27-21, 01:18 am)
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Posted by Arceus
Don't know how much you are on your smartphone over the day but try reducing the use of it. Especially about one hour before going to sleep you should try not to use any screens (smartphone/pc/console) at all.
That could help but it depends, if you are already doing that... welp.


Oh, that's a great idea. I haven't ever used this method, but I think I might try it out. Thanks, for the tip!

Posted by Skylander
Theres a supplement called Meletonin, which could help you out. Should be able to find it with ease. Its completely safe and it should make you tired enough to sleep.

Are you just not tired of having trouble getting your brain to shut off?


I think I'll search for a supplement called Melatonin, thanks. I'm actually tired, even when I haven't slept well, but I couldn't sleep in. Today I actually slept well. I got sometimes awake, but in overall I slept almost or over 6 hours. It's not usually to sleep only 6 hours, but better than nothing.

Posted by RicBent
I bought an e-reader about half a year ago to get away from screens before sleep.

My sleep has gradually been getting pretty good since then.


It could be useful to have an e-reader. I like to read stories, and it might help to sleep better. I think I'll look around for that as well.

Thank you very much, for all these tips!
Posted on 08-27-21, 04:02 am
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Whoops, misspelled it lol. Screens dont bother the way I sleep but Im sure it'll help a lot too. Also, on cool summer nights, leaving the window open for fresh air helps me sleep a lot better too. Breathing plays a huge role
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Posted on 08-27-21, 10:47 pm
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I'm too much addicted to my phone and especially spend too much time on it when I'm already in bed. ?
Posted on 08-28-21, 07:49 am
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I'm too much addicted to my phone and especially spend too much time on it when I'm already in bed. ?


That's really bad. I suggest you at least install a blue filter so you don't ruin your eyes with that. I've installed an app called Twilight which greatly reduces display light and filters the blue colors at sunset.
I know it's not that easy but I force myself to never use the phone as soon as I go to sleep. Only if I forgot to set the alarm or something similar.
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Posted on 08-28-21, 08:13 am
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Modern Smartphones have a blue filter installed, without using an extra App.
Posted on 08-28-21, 08:19 am
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I actually have it enabled at max level since one year, you get used to it pretty easily
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Posted on 08-28-21, 08:39 am
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Posted by KingYoshi
I'm too much addicted to my phone and especially spend too much time on it when I'm already in bed. ?


That's really bad. I suggest you at least install a blue filter so you don't ruin your eyes with that. I've installed an app called Twilight which greatly reduces display light and filters the blue colors at sunset.
I know it's not that easy but I force myself to never use the phone as soon as I go to sleep. Only if I forgot to set the alarm or something similar.


Thanks for the advice. I'll give Twilight a try.
Posted on 08-28-21, 12:44 pm
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I just installed Twilight and it is much better although one question, what exactly does it do to the screen just out of curiosity?
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Posted on 08-29-21, 09:36 pm
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I just installed Twilight and it is much better although one question, what exactly does it do to the screen just out of curiosity?


I don't have the app, but I'm guessing it dims the screen and puts a filter on it to make it easier on your eyes. My PC has a sunset filter on it that does that at a certain time every evening
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Posted on 08-30-21, 04:38 am
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Oh I understand, but I think it wastes a lot of battery or maybe it's just me, but it's very useful and healthy, thanks for telling me it existed I really didn't know about it.
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