Difficulty falling asleep is a common problem. We live a hectic lifestyle that not always support us when wanting to fall asleep or give us light sleep or an early wake up despite being tired. Temporary lack of sleep can quickly be caught up, whereas long term problems create health problems and a lower quality of life.
To avoid problems falling asleep, it is important to realise that tiredness is key for a good night’s sleep. Therefore, you should avoid the midday nap, and if you do have to take it, do so early in the day and try not to sleep more than 15–20 mins. You should be awake for 15–18 hours to make sure that you are tired. If you do not fall asleep when you have gone to bed, get back up again and do something calm that does not stimulate you too much. It may take a few hours before the next feeling of tiredness occurs.
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