Bedtime: how to avoid putting it off

It happens to many people that day by day they postpone the time to go to sleep. Even with obvious tiredness, they get distracted from other tasks and end up sleeping later.

This prolongation of time and little rest can end up generating little beneficial consequences for health in the long term, which leads to a lack of sleep. The deficit also increases the risk of making mistakes and generating accidents. In addition, we must add the appearance of physical fatigue, bad mood, the decrease in the ability to concentrate and performance.

Why does this happen? If some people are “making up” for lost time during the day, perhaps a good alternative would be to look for lightness, space and things that make sense of everything during the day to avoid having the feeling of having to steal time at night.

On the other hand, if one tries to postpone the moment of going to sleep and turn off the light because that’s when your head starts to spin, you should make a point of processing in some way the problems that don’t allow you sleep in peace.

Once you know why sleep is being postponed, tricks can be used to kick the habit. The most important measure is to set the alarm clock, but not to get up in the morning, but precisely to go to bed at night. That it rings will be a wake-up call that will indicate the time at which one should go to bed to sleep enough.