Sleeping with napkins between her legs (@tearbiscuits)
We all have little habits that help us fall asleep at night.
Whether it's putting a mask over your eyes or completely darkening the room.
But if you are one of those who sometimes have trouble falling asleep despite all these habits, then this article is for you.
One girl uploaded a viral video online where she revealed her McDonald's napkin trick that helps her fall asleep easily and doesn't require putting anything over her eyes.
Instead, 19-year-old Taylor puts a napkin between her toes to help herself fall asleep faster at night and claims that with these napkins she does fall asleep much faster.
In a video she uploaded to Tiktok, she explained: "For a few months, since last November, I suddenly felt pressure between my toes while I was trying to fall asleep. At first I played with my thumb and it helped, but after about two months I started to feel pain in my toes, probably because of the pressure I put on them At night. Then I realized I needed a better solution."
That's what she did
@tearbiscuits the foam nail drying separators do not work and I will try toe socks next but only if I can find ones that look like they will create the right pressure #sensoryissues ♬ original sound - user40449806399
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And so she does it
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Her first idea was to use a toe separator, an accessory that is mainly used to help the nails of the fingers dry faster after a pedicure but she claimed that it did not help her.
Then "one night I decided to try a temporary solution. I tried wrapping McDonald's napkins that I had in the room around my toes until I got socks for my toes. And after two nights with these napkins I realized that it really helped me fall asleep in an absurd way so I decided to share it."
Most of her followers were surprised by the solution, there were also those who claimed to know the trick, but in any case the extraordinary video was viewed more than 7.8 million times and received tens of thousands of comments from shocked viewers.
"I'm usually not easily surprised... but my jaw dropped," one person wrote, while another admitted that "it's weird but it also looks like it'll be a nice feeling."
There were also a number of viewers who sympathized with Taylor's need to hold paper napkins between her toes while she slept.
"Why do I get this?" wondered one viewer, "I thought I was the only one," another responded, "I prefer cables. For example, the charging cable of my iPhone or laptop. It feels nice," wrote a third.