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Battling Revenge Bedtime Procrastination: How I Stopped Losing Sleep

revenge bedtime procrastination to get a good night’s sleep? We asked ADDitude readers to share their successful sleep strategies, and we’ve highlighted some of our favorites below.Do you have any brilliant shut-eye solutions? Share your tips in the Comments section below.“I recently started intermittent fasting as a weight management practice. A side effect of no longer eating past 8 p.m.

is that I am less motivated to stay up late. Who wants to just hang out on the couch without snacks or a glass of wine?!” — Anonymous“I utilize the ‘downtime’ feature on my phone to block distracting apps (Hint: If you’re tempted to turn downtime off, have a trusted friend set the password so you can’t!). Tracking what time I go to bed and showing it to an accountability buddy helps me stay focused on my sleep goals.

Another reinforcing factor is that I feel so much better when I go to sleep early and wake up early. I’m less depressed, more productive, and most importantly because I’m getting more work done, I can incorporate ‘me time’ into my day without feeling like I’m shirking responsibility.” — Anonymous[Free Download: How to Sleep Better with ADHD]“I ultimately accepted that sleep hygiene was more important than late-night ‘me time.’ Now I plan some alone time during my morning walk with my dogs, and I created a workout room that only I use.” — Anonymous“I’ve broken this cycle by deleting social media.

I refuse to re-download it. I would spend close to seven hours a day on TikTok!” — Anonymous“I broke the revenge bedtime procrastination cycle, but sometimes I slip into old habits.

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Sleep: Readers Choice

revenge bedtime procrastination to get a good night’s sleep? We asked ADDitude readers to share their successful sleep strategies, and we’ve highlighted some of our favorites below.Do you have any brilliant shut-eye solutions? Share your tips in the Comments section below.“I recently started intermittent fasting as a weight management practice. A side effect of no longer eating past 8 p.m.
sleep problems are practically the rule, not the exception, for this group. It’s an issue that frustrates and concerns many parents, who come to me after they’ve run out of ideas for getting their child to fall and stay asleep.Here are some strategies — from fundamental sleep hygiene habits to ideas for quieting a racing mind and more — that I’ve found particularly helpful in getting children with ADHD to sleep soundly.[Get This Download: Sound Sleep Solutions for Kids with ADHD]Many children with ADHD have trouble slowing down their brain enough to fall asleep.

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