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According to psychology experts, there are many factors that may be preventing a person from falling asleep, but among the most common causes are stress, anxiety and the use of smart devices.

Every year that passes, technology advances, and with it, the lifestyle is transformed, turning people’s environment into spaces where there is a lot of stress, anxiety, and high levels of worry, which generates consequences in the body including insomnia.

However, this current problem being faced by millions of people around the world and can be solved by changing some habits. Psychologist Shi Hui, in an interview with Health Huanqiu, recommends stopping using smart devices before bed because the light from the screens is capable to interfere with melatonin secretion in the body, preventing sleep.

He added that two things need to be done: “one is to maintain a calm and stable emotional state, the other is to develop a regular schedule of work and rest,” so that the body recognizes the rhythm and can rest better.

Meanwhile, the psychologist Xian Yi from the University of Chicago suggested that it is important to have a comfortable environment to improve the quality of sleep and considers it necessary to abstain from drinks and foods that can make it difficult to fall asleep.

He concluded that to help the body sleep well, the best may be to take a hot bath, listen to relaxing music, read printed books or practice abdominal breathing.

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