Solutions to sleep problem

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Solutions to sleep problem

  1. 1. Sleep problem Possible solutionsVenture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  2. 2. Activities you can do1. Buy a super hero costume and patrol your neighbourhood2. Change habits3. Change your shift at work4. Clean your car5. Clean your house6. Close your window7. Cool your room (if hot)8. Dance9. Do the chores you don’t like to do (ironing, …)10. Dont bother, go party11. Drive during the night12. Eat a potaje for dinner13. Eat ice cream14. Exercise during the day Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  3. 3. Activities you can do15. Go to the beach, get a break16. Go to the cinema, watch a foreign film that cannot be understood17. Look for solutions at Venture Lab18. Memorize the Dictionary. One letter each day.19. Read boring books in bed20. Read fairytales (or better, find someone to read you some)21. Read lists of 100 solutions for your problem22. Read this list over and over… and try the 1st idea, then the 2nd and so on!23. Run 2 hours and finish at least 3 hours before going to bed24. Smoke hash before getting to bed25. Try to write a book, you may not sleep, but could get rich26. Volunteer for sleep studies27. Watch boring movies Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University28. Watch movies in a foreing language where they speak a lot Bakers TEAM
  4. 4. Change your enviroment29. Dont have kids30. Dont sleep at home, find a boring job.31. Find a job during the night32. If you have kids, leave home33. Isolate your room34. Kill your neighbours dog35. Move house36. Move to the countryside37. Paint the walls of your room in black and turn off every light Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  5. 5. Act on your habits /comfort38. Buy a new bed39. Buy a new pillow40. Dont sleep in your bed, a couch would do.41. Dont wear pijama42. Drink a hot beverage43. Drink alcohol. Lots of44. Drink lime tea the whole day45. Find a partner to hold46. Get a friend to talk to47. Get another hour for sleeping Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  6. 6. Act on your habits /comfort48. Go to bed earlier49. Have a long hot bath prior going to bed50. Heat your room (if cold)51. listen to classical music in bed52. Listen to lullaby songs… at a lower speed than normal53. Listen to soft music54. Listen to the radio, to something totally unatractive to you55. Mastubate in bed56. Put something on your ears to reduce noise57. Sleep more often58. Wake up later Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  7. 7. Find external help59. Ask someone (Mom or Dad ;-) to cuddle you as when you were a baby (it worked then).60. Ask your partner if she / he wants “mambo”… (you may not sleep for a while afterwards, but you’ll have fun for a while)61. Call a doctor62. Find a sleepless association63. Get a medicine64. Get a psychologist65. Get hypnotized66. Get the drugs that they prescribe Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  8. 8. Mental work67. Bet you cannot do it68. Didnt work? Get a psychiatrist69. Do Yoga70. Dont do anything active from 8pm71. Dont give up. Keep trying72. Dont move at all73. Dont sleep at all, you will eventually get there.74. Dont sleep at night, do siesta!75. Dont think, concentrate on the sound of your heart76. Dont think, concentrate on your breath77. Dont think, count (sheeps)78. Dont think, get drugs Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  9. 9. Mental work79. Dont think, watch TV (wildlife documentaries in a foreign language are trerrific!)80. Follow a pendulum81. Forget about it... you dont sleep, so what?82. Forget about sleep as something you must do for several hours in a row. Instead, split it along the day: 15 minutes micro-naps all day long will do the same!83. Practice Zen84. Pray. You may not fall into sleep, but will be saved.85. Pretend that you are sleeping, no one will notice86. Refrain from any intellectual activity87. Relaaaaaaaaaaax Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM
  10. 10. Mental work88. Repeat your name 10000 times89. Split yor sleeping time into bits90. Stop drinking that coffee!91. Stop watching horror movies!92. Take valerian pills along the day93. Think in another language94. Think of a blank sheet of paper95. Think of a thousand sheep96. Try to recall a long, sad poem97. Try to recall the list of roman emperors98. Whatever happens, keep your eyes shut99. Wish it and look for a shooting star100.Yawn101.Yawn again Venture lab - A Crash Course on Creativity Professor Tina Seelig, Stanford University Bakers TEAM

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