Trick Yourself to Sleep: 222 Ways to Fall and Stay Asleep from the Science of Slumber
Poor sleep can wreak havoc on your waking life, leaving you grumpy and unwell. But when you’re staring at the ceiling, counting sheep, worried that sleep may never come . . . what can you do? Well, Trick Yourself to Sleep—with 222 simple strategies and creative tips, all scientifically backed:
- Cover up clocks (stop stressing over every restless minute)
- Eat two kiwis (their folates and antioxidants aid sleep)
- Stick out your tongue (this releases tension in the jaw)
- Try a weighted blanket (it’s like giving your nervous system a hug)
- Make a list (and then set those to-dos aside until tomorrow)!
This must-have guide for even the occasional insomniac will help you fall asleep, stay asleep, and wake up your best self.
- Hardcover: 240 pages
- Publisher: The Experiment (May 12, 2020)
- ISBN-13: 978-1615196593