My voice puts people to sleep. But I can't use that voice for my own sleep. I reveal what I did to turn my consistent insomnia and 90+ minutes time to sleep down to 10-20 over the last decade. It's not easy, but gradual change is possible, I hope this helps you on your journey to quality sleep. I've included two sections:
- My daily ritual for weekdays and weekends.
- The specific habits and tweaks made that have helped me get decent sleep for about 90% of my nights. Still not a full cure for insomnia, but going from 2/10 sleep to 7-9 range consistently isn't anything to sneeze at imo.
Please remember: Droolish is a sleep and relaxation podcast focused on varied subjects with the goal to help remove insomnia, stop mind chattering, and help you fall to sleep.
About Droolish: Droolish is a sleep and relaxation podcast, often best consumed to slaughter mind-chatter and curb your insomnia. Take a look at the episode list if you have a chance, if something sounds interesting or useful, listen to that first (IMO). My voice is yawn-inducing (apparently to some), so I decided to create a podcast dedicated to helping those with sleeping problems fall asleep. Subjects vary based on what's on my mind, but I hope to be engaging enough to keep initial interest while the background sounds and my voice assist you to sleep.
*Note: I'm qualifying this as AMSR due to my goal of wanting to use sounds and my voice to help calm insomnia and to help you relax and go to sleep. *
Comments, feedback, questions or biz inquries: Feel free to reach out via email ([email protected]).
Links (no affiliates)
Pillow I use - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00PLM47HY/
Fitbit - https://www.amazon.com/Fitbit-Inspire-Fitness-Tracker-included/dp/B07MM5W7Q8/
Beginning Words: @0:20
Sleep Ritual: @9:00
Sleep Habits + Items: @23:00
Parting Words: @1:00:40
Song Credits (in order):
[intro] Uniq - Japan
Rain Storm (steady, outside)