How To Fall Asleep Instantly Is A Process

Not many people are blessed with the ability to fall asleep instantly. There is, however, a very straight-forward way of training oneself to fall asleep instantly every night.

There are several factors to consider. We have physical factors and psychological/behavioral factors.

Physical factors that contribute to falling asleep are:

  • Bed and mattress
  • Pillow
  • Blanket
  • Room temperature
  • Air humidity

Psychological factors that contribute to instantly falling asleep are:

  • Stress levels
  • Thoughts
  • Level of tiredness
  • What we use the bed for

It's pretty important to use the bed only for sleeping (OK, some other activities are allowed, of course) but it's not recommended to watch TV, read in bed or to slack in bed the whole day.

We should only go to bed when we feel tired and want to go to sleep. This way we begin conditioning the body and mind for our task - to be able to fall asleep instantly when we lay down in bed.

Many people have trouble falling asleep because they're afraid they'll forget some chores they have to do the next day or because they don't know what exactly they have to accomplish the next day.

This is where a simple planning notebook comes in handy... Simply write your tasks for the next day. This way you have a major thing less to worry about. This simple trick helps a lot of people to fall asleep normally when they had a lot of trouble doing so before.

Falling asleep can also be aided with the use of relaxation techniques, hypnosis and brain entrainment technology.

It's important to realize that it takes training and preparation in order for someone to know exactly how to fall asleep instantly.