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Don't let the noise keep you awake.

Sleep has enough power to help you relax after a long day at work, but the noise from the street, the snoring of your roommate or the karaoke of your neighbours won't allow you to have a good night's sleep. Noise can cause us to lose sleep; worse, long-term noise exposure can cause sleep disturbances and several other health problems.
Don't let the noise keep you awake.

Sleep has enough power to help you relax after a long day at work, but the noises from the street, the snoring of your roommate or the karaoke of your neighbors won't let you a good night's sleep. Noise can cause us to lose sleep or sleep, worse, long-term noise exposure can cause sleep disturbances and a number of other health problems.

If you can't stop the noise, check out the tips below to deal with the noise.

Calm down your nervous system

There are many options to help you calm your nervous system and make you feel comfortable and ready for sleep:

  • Deep breathing exercises: slowly inhale and exhale. Start with 3 inhalations and exhalations each, then slowly increase to 5 or even 6 times.
  • Muscle relaxation: stretches and relaxes muscles from head to toe.
  • Visualization: Imagine yourself in a quiet, noise-free place, a place that makes you happy and relaxed.
  • Meditation: Meditation is great for training your mind to focus on a single point, whether it's a point of view in your head or a "mantra".< /span>

Distract your ears

Make a playlist of your favorite music and play it softly through your headphones to cancel the noise. There are also plenty of white noise and meditation music apps that you can download and play on your phone to help you fall asleep. If you don't want to wear headphones to sleep, try earplugs.

Make sleep easier

Sleep comes easier when you expend energy efficiently. Exercise and get plenty of natural sunlight during the day. By the time it gets dark, your mind will be ready to kick-start melatonin production and will help you fall asleep more easily.

Set a bedtime routine

Take a warm bath or shower before going to bed. Use essential oils. Turn off all your electronic devices. Read a book. Go to bed at the same time every night. A list of bedtime habits that will train you to be both physically and mentally ready for start a sleep.