Best way to take away the insomnia for me is making a couple of hours of sport during the day.
I try to do a couple of hours cycling every end of morning so I divide the day between european session and US session.
I do not think that's very healthy do sit down all the day in front of pc screens
Now I began also to run little a little I do not want to have injuries; the nice thing about cycling is right that very difficult to have injuries
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Until you're hit by a car. I cycled alot last year in prep for the Tour De Cure for diabetes. Was able to get out to a century but had several accidents and even went through one idiot's back window. Never got hurt on my own, it was always someone else running into me causing the accident.
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Several people have advised exercise to help my lack of sleep. Been running since high school, and now my right knee is shot. Now I do a heavy bag martial routine fro about 20 minutes, gets the heart rate going much faster and more sustained then running, with less risk of joint injuries. Gonna have to also get the mountain bike out and hit the single track trails off road again. Cycling on the streets scares me to death.
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I'm with Monpere. I do run and go to they gym but twice a week I pop down the local Muay Thai school.
A warm up followed by 6 or 7 x 3 minute rounds with a 1 minute rest between is a lot harder than it sounds. Certainly, you don't need to do many hourse per day of exercise if you train at this kind of intensity. Plus - my wife has stopped beating me up now I can punch harder.
A general statement, which everyone knows, is don't take caffeine within, let's say, 8 hours of bedtime.
For some (most?) people, I would also say the same for physical exercise. This releases adrenaline
(ie. epinephrine) which will also hinder a good sleep.
A few herbs are also somewhat stimulating. Cayenne pepper is one.
A few thoughts about why trading itself might cause insomnia. Others can certainly add from their
own personal experiences.
If there is a lack of consistency in ones trading profits, I would think that this roller coaster emotional
ride of stress while the trade is on, followed by relief (if a profit) or disappointment (if a loss) will result in
a low level of constant stress. I would encourage more reading at the link below;.../Stress_(biology)
Doxylamine succinate 25mg (that is, unisom) available under the Equate brand at Wal-Mart will work.
It causes depression, as just about every sleeping pill will. See the links below from the Mayo clinic.
If you really really have to, Doxylamine succinate 25mg can be taken once or maybe twice a calendar week,
being sure there is at least a 72 hour separation between the two tablets. Taking this everyday will cause
the body to adapt and it won't work. I know this from my personal experience.
Natural things that should help but (probably) won't:
Alcohol equivalent of 2 beers. No one anywhere recommends this. I don't recommend this.
Be sure NOT to take alcohol with a sleeping pill. It is also not recommended to take alcohol simultaneously
with certain natural supplements.
I trust VRP from the quality standpoint, so I'll mention their products now. I don't trust their claims.
I don't receive any financial compensation from them.
Also inositol has a very slight effect from my experience. It is not listed in their 'sleep aids section'
but is reasonably safe. There are different supplements with the word 'inositol' in the title. You would want
product #1252 from VRP, if you go with them.