The Conceited Indian

ven0moth:

the worst part of getting out of bed is losing all the heat you had built up

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Sam's Guide to a Good Night's Sleep

panatmansam:

  1. Go to bed at a set time every night.
  2. Get up early. No matter what time you go to bed get up no later than 6:00 a.m. Within a week to ten days your body clock will reset.
  3. Turn off the lights. Starting four hours before bedtime make it dark in your surrounding space. This stimulates your pineal gland to produce melatonin.
  4. Do not eat within three hours prior to bedtime. Drink as little as possible during that period.
  5. A small glass of a warm non-caffeinated beverage aids in falling asleep.
  6. Avoid caffeine within four hours of bedtime.
  7. Use a fan or other sound masking device.
  8. Turn off electronics including incoming text and email notifications.
  9. Avoid stimulating music, movies or television prior to sleep.
  10. Read with a single light if you have trouble sleeping. Do not watch TV.
  11. Avoid going over a mental checklist of problems or tasks prior to bed.
  12. Use deep relaxation techniques prior to bed.See: Sam’s Guide Directory and read the guide on deep relaxation for more on this.
  13. Make sure the room is cooler rather than warmer.
  14. Weather permitting go for a walk before bedtime. Otherwise a little yoga or some calisthenics will help.
  15. Have an orgasm. Yep. It works. Show this guide to your significant other as proof.

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