Sleep Disorders: Tips for Sleeping Well

Sleeping well is like managing a set of very different factors. We always talk about the position, the shape of the pillows, the solitude; we often forget to talk about the room: its color, its temperature, its calm, its smell ... and many other things.

The quality of your sleep often depends on the quality of your room. First choose for the walls a cold color, blue or green, which have soothing properties. Breathe healthy, fresh air.

So ventilate your room morning and evening and maintain an ideal temperature of 17 to 18 degrees without opening the window to sleep. Because do not forget that noise is the first nuisance. If you live in a place that is too loud, install double glazing and if this is not possible, consider draperies and carpets. Thick hangings, because according to the Orientals, we help the problems of insomnia by harmonizing the energies, and slowing them down ... It is the role of these hangings. For the same reason, avoid mirrors, sharp angles, sharp objects or very smooth surfaces. The Earth is also surrounded by a network of electromagnetic radiation like a ball in a net. It is necessary, it seems, not to sleep too long at the place where the lines intersect.

A geobiologist in rescue

So change your bed every two years or use a geobiologist to determine the ideal location of your bed.

Do not put the television in the room, but if so, avoid violent or depressing performances, which will not be easy. Prefer the radio which will allow you an essential relaxation to evacuate the tension and to drive away the stress. To achieve this, breathe deeply using your belly muscles. Deep breaths help to fall asleep.

Our brain needs energy to function but also serotonin to go from sleep to sleep. These 2 elements are found in carbohydrates, for example cereals, that any insomniac could consume at the evening meal. It is difficult to fall asleep when your feet are very cold. It is possible in this case to take a foot bath or better, a short bath, but in water between 34 and 38 degrees, and not more than 20 minutes.

To find out more: a broadcast of the VYV medical frequency channel.

Neurological disorders of sleep ... Here is a very practical program which concerns the exercise of all the doctors. Restless legs syndrome; sleepwalkers and night terrors; elderly people screaming and falling from their beds; hypersomnia, sleep apnea ... Not to mention two high-profile subjects: the influence of screens, whatever they are, TV, computer or smartphone, on the quality of sleep, and this "syndrome of the exploding head" which made one of the media last week. We are close to the questions we ask you every day! Our guest is a great specialist in these unrecognized but widespread sleep disorders! Isabelle Arnulf is indeed professor and head of service of exploration of sleep disorders, at Pitié-Salpêtrière in Paris.

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