Honestly I really prefer putting my phone across the room. I know it sucks but right before you go to bed put it across the room and just leave it there. If you know its across the room you would have to get up to go get it, which to me is a lot of work and then I just think about happy things. Happy things tend to make me want to sleep more verse scary things that keep me up. I hope this helped.
Créeme que a veces hago lo mismo! pues la verdad, me pongo mi tapa ojos de sueño, pongo música relajante del app fabulous y respiro y de la nada ya me quede dormida 🙈 pero necesito mucho fuerza de voluntad para no agarrar el teléfono y adentrarme a TikTok o instagram
Sometimes I reach for my phone, but I generally will just lay there and think. Resting even if I'm not sleeping is better than putting a phone in my face.
Like when I exercise well, do my meditation, it’s much easier for me to sleep. But there are nights that thoughts won’t make me sleep. Like you, i was using my phone when I can’t sleep. But now, if I can’t sleep, i do deep breathing, special kinda mantra thing, try to not think or at least think about things that I’m grateful for. Then after few minutes, I’ll drift into sleep. Hope that’s help you :))
- How often do you fail at disconnecting in the evenings?
- Do you turn off flight mode when you sleep?
- Do you ever use your phone as a security blanket?
- How exactly can you resist the urge to to constantly check your phone?
- Is there anything else to do but read? I don’t have a music player besides my phone
- How do you stop looking at your phone first thing?
- What do you do in the time between disconnecting & unplugging and falling asleep? To get ready for bed?
- My husband and I watch TV after our son goes to bed. This is our wind down time together, but often means we are looking at a screen until quite late at night. How do I fit watching what I want to watch with my husband into the day without having screen time before bed?
- How do you success at avoiding your phone? How do you manage to break the addiction?
- How do you replace your screen time at bedtime? As a mom, sometimes after their bedtime is the only time I get to myself. It’s hard to use that time to wind down and go to sleep when it’s the only “me” time I have.