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Do you lie in bed for hours, turn off the lights, and put your phone away to no avail? If the answer is yes, you probably suffer from sleep problems. It may not be a cause for concern if it happens occasionally, but if it happens every day, it could be due to some health problem. In such a situation, consult a doctor if you think it is urgent. If it’s a temporary problem, some tricks can help you sleep better quickly. Know a trick by which you can fall asleep in just 2 minutes-

Sleep tactics in the US military system

The US military developed it to help tired soldiers fall asleep anytime. This technique comes from a 1981 book called Relax and Win: Championship Performance. Fitness coach Justin Augustine shared how to do this sleep trick with his 1.9 million followers on TikTok. “According to my research, it was originally developed for fighter pilots who need 100% focus on their work,” he said. We all know that lack of sleep disrupts this focus.

Justin claims that 96 percent of people who master this technique can fall asleep within two minutes of closing their eyes. He recommends practicing every night for six weeks to master the technique.

1. Relax your body and stretch your arms and legs. Stop every part of your body from head to toe. Begin by relaxing the forehead muscles. Relax your eyes, cheeks, and jaw, and focus on breathing.

2. Next, relax your neck and shoulders. “Make sure you don’t have tension in your shoulders,” says Justin. Shake them off as much as possible and keep your hands, fingers, and arms loose. Imagine this warm sensation going from your head to your fingertips.’

3. Inhale deeply and exhale slowly, relaxing your chest, abdomen, thighs, knees, and feet. Again, imagine this warm sensation going from your heart to your toes.

4. Free your mind from any stress. Justin suggests thinking about two scenarios: You are lying in a canoe on a calm lake with nothing but a clear blue sky above you. or You lie on a black velvet hammock in a pitch-black room. Justin says, ‘When you start thinking about something else or get distracted, repeat these words for ten seconds – ‘I won’t. I will not think.

In conclusion, 

Mastering falling asleep in just two minutes can transform your nightly routine. By embracing relaxation techniques, such as deep breathing and visualization, you can create a conducive environment for rapid sleep onset. The key lies in calming the mind and body, paving the way for a swift transition into restful slumber. Experiment with these methods and discover the power of reclaiming your nights with efficient and rejuvenating sleep. Sweet dreams await those who unlock the secrets of a two-minute journey to restful repose, ensuring each night is a gateway to wellness and vitality.