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To Finish – How to Sleep Through a ThunderstormTry out some of the tips aboveGet your storm routine in check so you feel as though you have a little more control when you know a storm is approachingAnd lastly, if you don’t get enough sleep during a storm one night, relax and go to bed early the next evening for a big long snooze!Do thunderstorms help you sleep?
Why do thunderstorms help you sleep? A 2016 study carried out by the Brighton and Sussex Medical School found that sounds from nature – including rainfall, babbling streams, and thunder – have a relaxing effect on our psyche, and also physically adjust the way our brains work, reducing our body’s fight-or-flight instinct.What to do if there is a thunder storm?
Don't lie down – this gives lightning a larger target to hit (so if you lie down, just cross your arms over your chest and prepare to breathe your last ...Don't set up your tent. ...Don't climb up hills or attempt to make it over that pass before the storm arrives.More items...What to do during thunder storms?
During a thunderstorm, avoid open areas and keep clear of isolated tall trees, towers, or utility poles. Don’t be the tallest object in an area! Lightning will gravitate toward the tallest object. Stay away from windows and doors, and do not lie on concrete floors or lean against concrete walls.