What to do When You Can’t Fall Back Asleep

It’s fairly normal to wake-up a few times during the night especially since most of the time you won’t remember it. But if you are consistently waking up during all hours of night and having trouble falling back asleep, the following tips may help.

The main key to getting back to sleep is to stay in a relaxed state, physically and mentally. It’s not an easy task but once you are awake it’s even harder to go back to sleep. Stress and anxiety try to keep your body and mind awake but a good way to relax yourself back to sleep is to take a deep breath in and let it out. Try to avoid thinking about the stresses of the next day.


Meditation and other relaxations techniques like visual and muscle relaxation can really help you get to bed. Rest and relaxation help rejuvenate your body so including meditation or muscle relaxation to your bedtime ritual can really be beneficial.

And lastly, try a quiet non-stimulating activity such as reading a book. Keeping the lights dim and avoiding caffeine may help you fall asleep faster.

Having a repetitive bedtime routine is really one of the most beneficial ways to having a good night’s rest.

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