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See also - getting to sleep quickly

What happened when I tried the U.S. Army’s tactic to fall asleep in two minutes Oct 2018
Simple visualization and relaxation techniques -Takes 2-6 weeks of practice

  1. "Sit on the edge of your bed. Make sure only your bedside light is on, your phone is silenced, and your alarm is set for the morning.
  2. "Now relax your facial muscles. First tighten them up in a wincing motion, and then slowly let your muscles naturally loosen. And let your tongue fall any which way in your mouth."
  3. "Once your face feels like deflated putty, let gravity pull your shoulders naturally toward the ground. Let your arms dangle too, one side at a time.
  4. "While doing this, breathe in and out, listening to the sound of your breath. With each breath, let your chest relax further and then let gravity relax your thighs and lower legs."
  5. "Once your body feels like nothing more than a loosely formed lump of clay, try to clear your mind for 10 seconds. If thoughts come naturally, let them pass–just keep your body loose and limp. After a few more seconds you mind should feel clearer."
  6. "Now picture one of the following two scenarios: you lying in a canoe in a calm lake with clear blue skies above you; or you in a velvet hammock, gently swaying in a pitch-black room. If you happen to be a person who isn’t great at visualization, you can instead chant the mantra, “Don’t think, don’t think, don’t think” for 10 seconds instead."

Eversleep sleeptracker $200, 2019
Might be a nice way to determin if a treatment is reducing sleep problems

The best thing you can do for your health: sleep well Guardian, Feb 2019, nothing about Vitamin D

  • "Sleep is perhaps the greatest legal performance-enhancing 'drug' that few people are taking advantage of"
  • "Inadequate sleep for just one week disrupts blood sugar levels so profoundly you would be classified as pre-diabetic"
    • Wonder how many people who are diagnosed as prediabetic are just sleep deprived?
  • Strikingly, all it takes is one hour of lost sleep, as demonstrated by a global experiment performed on 1.6 billion people across more than 60 countries twice a year, otherwise known as daylight saving times. In the spring, when we lose one hour of sleep, there is a 24% increase in heart attacks the following day. In the autumn, we gain an hour of sleep opportunity, and there is a 21% reduction in heart attacks.
  • ... in my research over the past 20 years, we have not been able to find a single major psychiatric condition in which sleep is normal"
  • "Studies show that after 22 hours without sleep, human performance is impaired to the same level as that of someone who is legally drunk"
  • "After a 30-hour continuous shift, trainee doctors are 73% more likely to accidentally stab themselves with a hypodermic needle or cut themselves with a scalpel, risking a blood-borne infectious disease, compared with their careful actions when adequately rested. And when a doctor finishes a long overnight shift and drives home, their chances of being involved in a car crash are increased by 168% because of insufficient sleep"

We’re too damn exhausted to do anything about lack of sleep, survey finds - nothing about Vitamin D

Fastcompany March 2019

  • "...44% of global adults say their sleep worsened in the last five years, with 8 in 10 claiming they want to improve the situation. However, 60% never sought any medical or professional help for it,"
  • "...76% of adults experience at least one listed condition that impacts their sleep, with insomnia (37%) and snoring (29%) topping the list."
  • "...U.S. sleep aid market is expected to grow to over $100 billion by 2023"
  • "The survey comprised interviews with more than 11,006 respondents in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, and the United States."

Sleep is far more important to health than diet or exercise - Mercola April 2019

  • Mercola
    "In the video above, Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D., a biomedical scientist, interviews professor Matthew Walker, Ph.D., founder and director of the University of California Berkeley’s Center for Human Sleep Science and author of "Why We Sleep: The New Science of Sleep and Dreams."

Sleep factoids from The Body, by Bill Bryson, 2019

  • Bears don’t hibernate, because their body temperature stays near normal and they are easily roused. = torpor.
  • Elephants and horses get by on just two or three hours of sleep a night.
  • That may seem far-fetched, but it is a curious fact, when you think about it, that no matter how profoundly unconscious we get, or how restless, we almost never fall out of bed, even unfamiliar beds in hotels and the like. We may be dead to the world, but some sentry within us keeps track of where the bed’s edge is and won’t let us roll over it
  • fifty-six of the one hundred bestselling drugs in use today target parts of the body that are time sensitive.
  • average amount of sleep people get on a night before work has fallen from eight and a half hours fifty years ago to under seven now.

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