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I can get to sleep really easily now since I learned to meditate, LOL!!! I had sooooooo much energy during Kaiden's pregnancy, it was a great time to practice that since I probably got 3 hrs of sleep each night during the first trimester, I was so wired all. the. time.!! I also use myofascial release. I learned how to do the basics of it and concentrating on that will put me right to sleep too! Most of the time I just fall asleep no problem and dont have to "do" anything.
Haven't had trouble falling asleep lately!! I used to have a lot of trouble when I worked, my mind would still be trying to solve and analyze work problems, I even had dreams of being lost in an Excel spreadsheet, aaaaaaaaaa lol. But now I am usually physically worn out and drop off very quickly.
Do you find it easy to get to sleep at night, or is it difficult for you? I only have a hard time if I'm watching a show or on the computer too late (like tonight). I try to unplug by 9-9:30 every night to avoid that. If I do, I fall asleep easily.
What do you do to wind down before bed? If I have a hard time falling asleep, I read or pray. If I still can't sleep, I play Words With Friends
Hahaha...I have no troubl falling asleep...at any time of the day or night! I love to sleep.
I generally read before going to sleep, for around a half hour. Very rarely will I not fall asleep after that and I then will play "mind games" with myself. Like what I would do if I won the lotto...or something else equally fun to think about. It usually puts me to sleep, since it doesn't require "real" thinking.