windybrit 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.
Good suggestions...and i may add i am no doctor either
Others things that may affect your sleep :
Your age....if you are over 50...men go through changes too with their bodies...it can last years
"Too much HEV close to bedtime"...High Energy visible Light.....blue light in other words
This type light is emitted from computer screens....tablets...smartphones..is very bad for some
Also can you breathe good in your room...you may want to add an air purifier
Those machines also create white noise which can help slip away quicker into sleep
Also your mattress is quite important
You may be a bit sore after kiting and if the mattress cause pressure points it does not help
We have a Tempur-Pedic model Rhapsody King Size at home and it is a sleep saver
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Please share how many times a week you kite and / or how long are your sessions
I personally ride 3 to 4 times a week between 1 and 1.5 hrs usually after work / before dinner