Are you having trouble sleeping these days? Well, you should try this technique because it works.
Insomnia does not understand ages and can affect any type of person. “Sleep is not something that can be regulated with an on and off button , but rather it is something much more complex where different variants affect and, above all, each person has a different relationship with the world of sleep and rest.
In this situation, if you have also had trouble sleeping at night, you should try the military trick to fall asleep in 2 minutes. It was designed by the U.S. Army during the Second World War and was 96% successful.
The U.S. Army pilot school developed this technique so that they could rest day or night, and 96% of pilots were able to fall asleep with it after six weeks of practice. For those who have difficulty falling asleep, it sounds too good to be true… and there’s only one way to see if it works: follow these six steps:
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How to sleep fast? Follow these steps and you will get it in just two minutes
Sit at the edge of your bed. Remember only the light on the nightstand can be on, and obviously the cell phone must be off or silent.
Relax your face. To start, close your eyes, take deep breaths and relax your jaw, tongue, forehead and eye muscles. Nothing about lying down with a scowl and tight eyes!
Relax your shoulders and arms. Focusing the tension in your shoulders and letting them fall to pretend to float. Next, you must tighten your arms (first one, and then another) and relax them little by little until you reach your goal.
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Relax your legs. You must breathe in and out, relaxing your chest. While relaxing your legs (start at the thigh, calf, go down to the ankle and finish with your foot) just like we did with the arms, one by one.
Relax your mind. Finally, take 10 seconds to clear your mind of clutter. If you are able to relax your body now, you will fall asleep super fast!
Make use of your imagination. Imagine yourself in one of two situations: First, you are lying in a canoe on a lake and looking at the blue sky. Secondly, slowly rocking in a hammock, and going to sleep!