How to Fall Asleep Faster




Restless nights are the worst. When all you want to do is sleep but something is disrupting the peace, it can be frustrating and lead to a grumpy morning. We did a little digging to find out some tricks that can help you fall asleep faster. 

  1. Find a sound that soothes you

There are many apps that cater to getting a good night’s sleep. Spotify has playlists made that caters to soothing sounds for sleeping, too. You can also try the Calm app, where they have different meditations and songs for sleeping.

  1. Get a weighted blanket

Weighted blankets can be very comforting to those who are kept awake with anxiety and deep thoughts. They feel like a nice hug, relaxing your body and allowing it to calm down.

  1. Try melatonin

Melatonin doesn’t always work for everyone, but if you’re really struggling with falling asleep each night, it’s definitely worth a try. Melatonin helps your body to manage sleep cycles and have a deeper sleep at night.

  1. Get blackout shades

Blackout curtains for your windows will help keep your room nice and dark for a solid night’s rest. Sunlight easily wakes me up and my blackout curtains have helped me to stay asleep so well.

  1. Use a diffuser with calming essential oils

I love putting on my diffuser at night with a clean peppermint essential oil in it. Not only does it smell incredible, but it clears my head and helps me to fall asleep easier. Lavender is also a great choice. Find an essential oil that you respond to and give it a try.

  1. Focus on your breathing

My mom always suggests square breathing to fall asleep faster. What is square breathing? Picture a square and notice its four sides. To square breathe, inhale for four seconds, hold for four seconds, exhale for four seconds, rest for four seconds, repeat. Its pattern is much like a square! Because it’s a nice and steady pattern, it can help calm your body down and better prepare it for rest.

If you’re struggling to fall asleep at night, what do you do? Fill us in on your sleeping secrets!



Cry Baby


this is so needed right now! when i’m having trouble relaxing before bed i meditate and focus on deep breathing with the app ‘calm’. it has really good meditations, calming music, and a deep breathing exercise that i love:)🤍

chloe April 01, 2020

Lmaoo im reading this at 3:55 in the goddamn morning bye

Ivy T April 01, 2020

So helpful! With everything going on it’s been so hard for me to stay on top of sleep because without a set daily schedule I’m not being strict with myself. Just ordered melatonin which will hopefully help me get back on track!

Gabriela March 31, 2020

I drink tea before I fall asleep and iron supplement, it helps me fall asleep faster. I really want to try these techniques now!!

Deyssa March 31, 2020

I stop using my phone before bed. Also, a good hot shower works all the time before bed😴

Samantha March 31, 2020

The past few nights it’s been so hard for me to fall asleep so I toss and turn all night. Melatonin might be the perfect solution. This was perfect timing 🥰

Cassidy March 31, 2020

Melatonin chocolates are amazing, I have had trouble going to sleep lately and those always help! I love your blog posts sm they are so helpful!🤍

Evan March 31, 2020

Definitely needed this because my sleeping schedule has been SO bad lately i’ve not been able to fall asleep earlier than 3 am every night 😭. Been wanting to get a weighted blanket this is my reminder!!! This post was meant for me so thank you for the tips!

Celine March 31, 2020

Thank you for this blog post! I think I’m going to order a weighted blanket as I’ve heard a lot about these recently.

Maggie March 31, 2020

I’ve been taking melatonin and I’ve tried focusing on breathing which doesn’t help much. I haven’t been able to fall asleep at all lately so I’ll definitely be trying a few other things and investing in a weighted blanket 😭

Kylie March 31, 2020

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