LOGIN  .  SIGNUP   .  SUPPORT 
HOME / MESSAGE BOARDS / GENERAL DISCUSSIONS

General Discussions

Signup   Message Boards Home   Newest Posts   My Favorite Boards   My Threads
Page 5 of 6   •  First Page  •  Previous Page  •   Next Page  •   Last Page
Signup or Login to Post
How do YOU best fall asleep?
 
Vonfuzzball  posted on Aug 13, 2010 2:50:04 AM - Report post

Current rank: 3 Stars. Next Rank at 4000 Posts.
Send a message to Vonfuzzball
ELITE
quote:
originally posted by Foxxie-kun

Did any of you have a teddy bear or plushie you had when you were younger that helped with sleeplessness?

I remember quite fondly I had quite a few teddy bears that I wish I could have kept except in this family of hand-me-downs my mom decided I had outgrown them and gave them to my niece...

I only ever had one teddy bear and that was a Golliwog.

These days i usually listen to mellow music or try let my thoughts drift me off to sleep.

 
HonestGamer  posted on Aug 13, 2010 2:53:52 AM - Report post

Moderator
Send a message to HonestGamer
MODERATOR
Well also I forgot to mention that I cannot sleep without coffee.

Ironic, huh? Despite the caffiene content, I am restless without coffee.

 
QueenNic  posted on Aug 13, 2010 3:02:54 AM - Report post

Current rank: 3 Stars. Next Rank at 4000 Posts.
Send a message to QueenNic
V.I.P.
quote:
originally posted by Foxxie-kun

Does anyone have any (Non-Alcoholic) comfort foods/drinks that help them get to sleep, ala warm milk?

I really like dried fruits or chocolate, and surprisingly a can of Pepsi or other carbonated soft drink (Despite any presence of caffeine) also helps.

Warm milk with honey.

Worked when my rabbit died, worked when I was sick.

It's a long time since I've had it though. It has this comforting warmth about it.

 
dstates  posted on Aug 13, 2010 3:54:12 AM - Report post

Moderator
Send a message to dstates
MODERATOR
there is no easy way to fall asleep for me. usually i lie in bed for around 3 or 4 hours before i doze off, only to wake up a few hours later seemingly for no reason.

it sucks.

sadface.

 
Shibby  posted on Aug 13, 2010 4:42:22 AM - Report post

Current rank: 4.5 Stars. Next Rank at 20.000 Posts.
Send a message to Shibby
ELITE
quote:
originally posted by FireflyPoi

I cant sleep without a heavy duvet on top of me, even in the blistering summer, if i sleep with a thin sheet I feel too exposed, I like the feeling of safety you get from a big thick duvet.

Same here

If I can't get to sleep I just read and read until I have to read a paragraph a couple of times for me to understand it then I know I'm tired enough and just lay back and relax into sleep.

I also find that if I'm lying in bed and cant get comfortable enough to relax, I just get up, go out into the kitchen, wait until I feel cold, then back into bed and everything's fine

 
Phelpsy  posted on Aug 13, 2010 8:00:11 AM - Report post

Current rank: 2.5 Stars. Next Rank at 2000 Posts.
Send a message to Phelpsy
AUTHOR
I have trouble sleeping alot, I usually go downstairs onto my couch, it's cooler downstairs, I have a wool type blanket which is relaxing in it's own and a movie usually sends me on my way. But this is usually a last resort at like 2-5am
 
saurabhfzd  posted on Aug 13, 2010 9:25:30 AM - Report post

Current rank: 3 Stars. Next Rank at 4000 Posts.
Send a message to saurabhfzd
ELITE
when i can't sleep..which happens a lot with me...i get up read a book or play a game till i get really sleepy.
 
sabinboy  posted on Aug 13, 2010 9:37:59 AM - Report post

Current rank: 1.5 Stars. Next Rank at 500 Posts.
Send a message to sabinboy
ELITE
if i can't sleep,i used to play games and listen musics.
Page 5 of 6   •  First Page  •  Previous Page  •   Next Page  •   Last Page
  Post Reply
Go to page: 1  2  3  4  5  6 
All times are (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). Current time is 8:35:57 PM