THE FUTURE OF SLEEP: How to keep your eyes close at night during the world worst pandemic COVID 19

Considering the area most impacted by COVID19 are in Asia, Europe and North America, it is advisable to stay safe at home. This may be the only time that you can save the world by staying inside. However, circumstances may arise that necessitates travel. In which case, you need to know how to protect yourself in these areas.

In general, basic hygiene can prevent a wide array of infectious diseases. For this reason, frequent hand washing is advised to eliminate bacteria and viral components from one’s hands.

You also need to avoid contact with sick people or people that are at risk. This may seem excessive, but the COVID 19 virus is expected to mutate and be transmitted through human contact. You could easily catch the disease from someone else. It is better to be cautious and alive than the alternative. Likewise, you may also consider avoiding crowds, as densely populated areas are an ideal breeding ground to spread disease.

If you become severely ill, starting coughing, you may contact Hospital for guidance in seeking treatment and notifying family and friends. Depending on your location, medical care may be limited. Use caution in securing treatment.

Do this daily

Medications
Make sure you have any prescription medications that you need with you. They should be in the original bottles, and you should keep them in your purse or carry-on luggage.

Keep a list of all the medications you take and your medical history with you at all times. If you are diabetic or have other health conditions, consider wearing a medicalert tag or bracelet, or carrying a medicalert card with you.

Wash your hands
Wash them often. Carry antibacterial hand washing gel with you, and wash frequently. Germy people have touched everything, and those germs get on your hands and then they make you sick. The easiest way to prevent germs is to wash your hands a lot.

Wear your Masks
Carry mask with you, and wash it daily if it’s cloth mask. Don’t let Germ touched your body

Too worried to sleep?

If the news about COVID 19 or how government handles this worst pandemics triggers your worst anxiety that followed by acute Insomnia. You can prevent yourself from worrying too much. It’s all-important to avoid the external triggers that are your severest and that are inside your power to prevent.

Triggers like Global News or Colleagues that love to be Reporter that can’t be stayed away from altogether may be counteracted. To be ready and able to counteract triggers that arise, you have to be able to foresee and identify them, then have a plan of action on how you can avoid thinking about them.

Prior to your deep sleep, if the position allows you to relax, then that would be a good starting point. You can start meditating by sitting back and relax. Begin by focusing on your breath. Your brain might think about what trigger you to be worried, just nodded to it and say that’ll pass. Silence helps most people relax and meditate, so you may want a quiet, isolated area far from the ringing of the phone or the humming of the washing machine. Pleasing scents also help in that regard, so stocking up on aromatic candles isn’t such a bad idea to relax before deep sleep. 

The principle here is focus. You could also try focusing on a certain object or thought, or even, while keeping your eyes open, focus on a single sight. Clear your mind and breathe deeply in and out, counting on the exhale till you feel calm. Once again, note any thoughts that pass through your mind, but softly let them go. Close your eyes, and fall asleep fast.

If doing it by yourself is too difficult, you can follow guided Meditation Specialist.

Follow these healthy tips and you can avoid most illnesses. Stay Safe!

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