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Having nightmares? Follow these tips


20 August 2019  

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For some people, medicines, alcohol, drugs, lack of sleep, fever, or anxiety sometimes cause nightmares.

Often, though, nightmares seem to be triggered by emotional issues at home or school, major life changes (such as a move), trauma, and stress — even if what happens in the nightmares seems unrelated to your life.

Here are some tips to stop nightmares.

Setting a regular sleep schedule. It should include enough sleep at night so you don’t feel the urge to take afternoon or evening naps.

Cutting out caffeine, alcohol, and cigarettes (especially late in the day).

Exercising during the day — but don’t work out right before going to bed.

Relaxing before falling asleep. But avoid violent or scary movies, TV shows, books, and video games.

(Agencies)

Publish Date : 20 August 2019 21:37 PM

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