This section is dedicated to ideas and products that have been known help with sleep problems with varying degrees of success. Medical and FDA Disclaimers.
“Though sleep is called our best friend, it is a friend who often keeps us waiting!” -Jules Verne
St John’s Wort
The Little Things
White Noise Machines
The Little Things:
Deprivation Products to Consider:
sleep masks, ear plugs, black-out curtains
Note: these can easily be found at your local pharmacy, your on-line pharmacy of choice, Amazon.com, Walmart.com, and so on.
Fitness Trackers that include a sleep monitor can greatly assist you in discovering what helps or hinders your sleep. They monitor your heart rate and track for various rhythms. The monitors include tracking for how much you are at-rest, restLESS sleeping, and restFUL sleeping depending on the device. Check your insurance; sometimes they offer deals on fitness trackers.
Check out the various options:
Check out Fitbit
it’s cheaper cousin Fitbit flex
Misfit, that we LOVE as a cheaper option!
and so on.
These devices are getting easier and easier to find at good prices. Check your typical cheaper-known stops; Walmart, Target, Amazon. Again, check your insurance; sometimes they offer deals on fitness trackers.
White Noise Machines:
A white noise machine helps to sooth the listener with various sounds such as white or pink static noises, or sounds such as rain or the ocean. Furthermore, it helps to block out intermittent noises that happen during the night for a more restful night sleep.
More information on what is a white noise machine:
To see if a noise machine helps, start by trying it out on your preexisting device like a cell phone or tablet. Find a white noise app for your device, or go to You Tube to find noises to try out. Remember to give yourself some time to acclimate to the sounds.
You Tube, White noise search:
You Tube, Ocean waves for 8 hours.
Amazon.com, White noise machine search:
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