Hi Chandra, You just need more time away from your screen before you hit the sheets, its about the only way you will do it, try and break you day up, and get of you behind and get out, fresh air, brisk walking for 30 minutes 3 times a day, try and remember live to work and not work to live, eat healthy, keep away from junk foods and fast foods, no snacking between good healthy meals, keep off fizzy drinks, and get and do some swimming if you can.
It Sounds like you work on a call center enviroment so do i , i surely understand the long shifts scenarios my recomendation and has worked to me its first of all rid off stress of the day since if you go to bed with stress you will end up thiking on the issues or bad day you have or on the problems that you might have day to day , watch some TV , have diner , read or do your favorite hobby ( videogames , reading , play instrument or whatever you may enjoy doing that relaxes you )before sleeping when you are relaxed is eaiser to sleep and have a repair sleep that will help you next day , about you weight with the amount of ours you work its normal if you cconstantly get chips and Soda from vending machines is normal since work anxiety and stress cuz apetite and makes you eat i will sugeest to have a big bottle fiiled up wiht water to replace drinks or soda and also have oat cookies or fruit that will help alot also that will take off toxins and sugars that might cause Hiperactivness that will a little bit impact your sleep in high dose :) good luck and hope this helps
Hi H, But do you think it would be best to keep away from TVs and vidio games, if you sat in front of a screen all day, I think this would be the last thing your brain needs, more screen time, he needs to relax, but with out Tvs.
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