What I found most useful for fighting insomnia is the incarnation, expanding beyond our thoughts our attention to what is happening throughout the body. Beginning with the feet and going back into the rest of the body, what sensations do you feel: heat, cold, pain, tension, pleasure? Spend a few moments with each part of the body. If thoughts arise, gently redirect to the sensation in the body. The brainstem, the part of the brain most responsible for activation or deactivation, responds to the language of sensations. Maybe you get up from time to time to cool off. Invest in a nice soft and fluffy pillow (here are some helpful reviews: https://sleepmentor.net/serta-perfect-sleeper-mattress-review/ – find the best.) Change your strategy to fall asleep or how to fall asleep. sleep, some strategies overlap: drink a lot of water, exercise, participate in social interactions, walk a lot at work, etc. You will end up falling asleep! It is impossible not to: triumph : Certain types of yoga: Twists, turns forward and hip openings, especially when focusing on sensation, are also very helpful.Finally, for some, snuggling or cuddling can generate oxytocin and put it to sleep.