Yes, as I said - when you get home you "can not" calm down right away, but need some different and relaxing activity to do this.stijn depauw wrote:That is really helpful mike...to work away the adrenaline with a mild activity...never thóught of it but definitely worth trying !!!
Sorry Tone but strong beer I tried already, even in combination with sleeping pills. When the kitesession was intense, even alcohol + pills don't do the job.
It's not that I wake up at night, no, I just cannot start sleeping. I'm dead tired but simply cannot fall asleep, even when I'm lying peaceful in bed! Cause once I fall asleep, I continue sleeping till the morning. Taking off is my problem. Breaking down the adrenaline like mike puts it is worth trying. Many thanks for the advice, if more feedback or other guys with the same problem, please let me know!
Good suggestions...and i may add i am no doctor eitherwindybrit wrote:I am a light sleeper and have had sleep issues from time to time... my self help is as follows, it's not perfect but it works for me .. ("I'm no doctor but")
Try to go to organise life so you have a consistent bed time.
No caffeine after lunchtime.
No exercise closer than 2 hours before bed time.
Keep bedroom dark and quiet.
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