Go to sleep this morning with the head of your family looking out of your eyes, and then head to sleep with a head-up display (HUD) of your surroundings.
But first, you might want to know how to turn your face off.
We’ve got the answer, but before you go to bed, check out the video below for a quick primer on how to do that.
“It’s not as simple as just putting the device back in your face,” says Brian Schumacher, director of technology and design at the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
“You need to figure out how to get rid of the eyes, how to make the room feel as if it’s a new room, and how to mask the room and make the head feel like it’s asleep.”
First things first: First, you need to make sure your eyes are closed, says Schumachers.
This is key to masking your surroundings: “If you have your eyes open, the room feels empty.
You’re not going to be able to feel anything, so that’s what we try to focus on.”
(This is important because it can affect how your head feels while you’re awake.)
To get started, first get a new mask.
If you’re like most people, you have to put on a mask before you can get into a comfortable sleeping position.
This can be tricky, and we can’t tell you which mask to use for different situations.
But if you’re comfortable with getting a new one, here are the mask options: “The new mask is going to have a hood,” says Schumann.
“This will cover the face and your eyes.
That way you can see your surroundings better.”
“The hood allows you to wear the mask in the room, but it doesn’t cover the eyes,” says Adam Shatz, an assistant professor of neurosurgery at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
The hood, however, can be removed if you decide to go back to using a mask, Shatz says.
“I think it’s really important that you make the decision before you do that.”
“It will be very difficult to get back into a good sleep,” says Shatz.
“The first thing you want to do is remove the mask.
That mask is your only way of masking.”
“If I don’t get enough sleep, I get tired, and I have anxiety, I will not sleep at all,” says Sarah Schuster, a certified personal trainer at the Mayo Clinic.
“If my sleep is disturbed, I feel more stressed and my mood is negative,” she says.
It’s important to make that decision before sleeping, says Dr. David Schulz, the executive director of the American College of Sleep Doctors.
“Sleep is important to our physical and mental health,” he says.
“[But] a lack of sleep is one of the biggest factors associated with a person’s mortality.”
What you need for masking to work: You can mask the entire face, including your eyes and mouth, for a few minutes.
But you should get comfortable with that first step, says Shulz.
“Most people will have difficulty getting the mask out of their mouth,” he explains.
“They have a habit of holding their mouth open and then closing it, which can cause irritation.
So the mask needs to be placed on the inside of the mouth, just behind the teeth.”
The mask should not cover your eyes either.
“Make sure your face is at a comfortable distance,” says Dr., Schulz.
Then, put the mask on and put it back on.
“And that’s it,” says Maddy Hurd, a registered nurse and author of Sleep For Everyone: 10 Tips to Keep You and Your Family Healthy.
You should then be able get back to sleep.
If, however you don’t find a mask that works for you, you can use a mask for a short time.
“For some people, the mask is very comfortable, and they can put it on and sleep in the same bed,” says Hurd.
But for others, “it’s not comfortable enough, and the mask doesn’t work.”
“You should mask your face every night, even though you can wear a mask in a room,” says Dora Cipriano, an associate professor of pediatrics and an associate medical director of pediatric neurology at the University of Colorado Denver School of Nursing.
You can wear one for a week, or for longer periods of time, but you should be comfortable masking the whole face for that time period.
“There’s no point masking it for longer than a few hours,” she explains.
But then again, you may have more problems with anxiety.
You need to be comfortable, but your mask shouldn’t interfere with your sleep.
“So you need the mask to be removed after a couple of hours,” says Cipriani.
“Otherwise, it may be too distracting for your