Go To Bed
by amelie_durocher on September 18, 2013 - 12:08pm
Sleeping is hard for a lot of us. Even if we go to bed it doesn’t mean that you’re sleeping. A study has been published in Journal of Applied Social Psychology who shows that we can improve our brain to sleep by reading some keywords.
“Calm”, “relax”, “cozy” those are words that improves our sleeping because it activates our goal-minded process. Those words are supposed to help us to realize that we are tired and that we should go to bed. The only thing you have to do, is to read these relaxing words, an hour before going to bed.
I think this article is kind of interesting because at one point in our day we are tired, but sleeping is hard to find. Reading those words is also a way to improve your mental because you go into a psychological process in which you are increasing your own power. Before doing their performances a lot of athletes visualize or they are saying words like victory, winning, winner etc. It’s the same with sleeping. The statements in this article are interesting, but we are missing some information to have a good premise. At first, we don’t know on who the study has been done. Then, we know that it improves their sleeping for 47% but what does it represents? It could be half an hour or 3 hours. Actually, they are only giving you a tip, so if it works just do it and have a good night.