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Why do we ask so many questions before we sleep at midnight?


Many people have a hard time falling asleep at night because they think that when you first get into bed, you start to think about the different situations and feelings that arose during the day.

 It is also possible that you find your mind asking you a series of existential questions on me, which in turn causes fear and tension in some people and makes them wake up tired on the second day, but I wonder: why does this over-thinking, energetic and energetic creature appear in the middle of the night?

If I think the problem is a coincidence, I want to tell you that there are a series of explanations explaining why and the most important of them:


 One of the reasons why we think about the night is that the night is an ideal environment for rethinking, especially when there are no other influences like light, television, cell phone, and other things that keep you focused throughout the day. This is because your brain picks up all the thoughts that you have been ignoring all day and then presents them to you especially at night time due to the increased calm, and it increases especially if you don't want to sleep originally but sleep because you have a job early tomorrow, or an important interview for example.

      One strange explanation for a phenomenon called "pattern recognition" is that the resting brain is comfortable enough to create new neural pathways responsible for connecting ideas with each other, which in turn makes this moment ideal for creative solutions to problems and focus on details we were not aware of before Moreover, because bedtime is the time when the brain unloads all the information it has absorbed throughout the day; Until he begins to coordinate and organize them together so that the brain creates new neural pathways at night and connects the evidence to each other, and one of the neuroscience professors and academics at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine comments that we originally only realize a small part of our thoughts. But the vast majority interfere with the subconscious, and these thoughts sometimes appear before bedtime.

      The random thoughts that come to mind during the day are completely disjointed thoughts, but that is until the moment your mind wanders freely in what is known as “mental wandering,” the idea can get into your mind for a long time, but you don’t see it, and like at night, it begins The idea is to appear, and when you rest your head on the pillow, you get a thought bomb at night.

So what do I do if I want to stop thinking at night and just want to sleep without having those thoughts?

The truth is that it is simple and has a number of solutions, but in the beginning if, for example, you are listening to the radio or looking at the phone or putting the notebook next to you and writing everything down, often useless advice and, as a rule, counterproductive, and instead of being a bed Where you sleep becomes your sleep in the living room.

What solutions can I do to convince my mind that we are now in bed and we want to sleep?


 Do not go to bed while you are still drinking coffee or anything else that contains caffeine because it is normal that when your head rests on the pillow you will start thinking and saying the same words.


 Do not go to bed with a full stomach, if you lie in bed with a light stomach and avoid caffeine, you will be able to sleep by a large percentage.


Determine the time you should sleep and go to bed at, and then go about an hour earlier, because if you are unable to control this problem of thinking and it lasts an hour, your original sleep schedule will not be affected.

For example, if your bedtime is 12:00, I go to bed from 11:00 so you have an hour to sit down and rest for yourself.


Having habits that you do before bed, such as reading a book you love before bed, or taking a warm bath before bed, or you can practice deep breathing, all of this greatly helps to sleep.


Sometimes waking up from sleep for a few minutes and then sleeping again helps to sleep. For example, if you suffer from insomnia at night and cannot sleep, drink a glass of water and then go back to bed again may help you sleep.

Thus, we have answered the question "Why do we ask so many questions before going to sleep at midnight" and we have provided you with several solutions to get rid of this matter.


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