Want to sleep better and don’t know where to start? Meet the “3, 2, 1” Way That Went Viral

Quer dormir melhor e não sabe por onde começar? Conheça o método "3, 2, 1" que viralizou

Recently a video of UK surgeon Dr. Raj Karan went viral on social media. Basically, Doctor’s Record teaches you a foolproof way to sleep better and of course, we can’t stop talking about it. So, let’s introduce you to the “3, 2, 1” method and be careful not to fall asleep. Come on!

First of all, understand that the basis of the method is the restriction of certain things which interfere with good sleep. For example, food, work and screens. But calm down, let’s get into the details.

Raj Karan names his method 3, 2, 1, which immediately suggests a countdown to sleep, but it is much more than that. In short, each number represents a method to put it into practice. Watch the video that got millions of views:

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How to sleep better and use Method 3, 2, 1?

The first step is to stop eating. When we eat too much before bedtime, we are prone to reflux or heartburn, which compromises sleep. Therefore, do not eat large amounts of food and do not consume alcoholic beverages three hours before bedtime.

Then, the next step is to stop at least two hours before bedtime. It means not working or not working. Basically, it’s time for your body to rest and relax, slowing down the working turns of your brain. As a result, you will be helped to fall asleep faster and sleep better overall.

Finally, according to the method of the English doctor, one hour before bedtime, turn off the small screen and the big screen. Actually, in the video, he also makes fun of leaving Netflix movies before sleeping.

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About the author: Will Smith

Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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