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How Can Meditation Get You A Better Night’s Sleep?

Meditation & Sleeping Better
Posted: May 24, 2018 at 11:33 pm   /   by   /   comments (0)

The process of meditation can help you in getting the sleep you need — a deeper and more refreshing sleep which will have you feeling more alert and refreshed when you wake up. Meditation can also help people who have trouble dropping off to sleep by de-stressing the muscles and clearing your mind so that sleep comes more quickly.

How Meditation Gives You a Better Sleep

Many people take a wide variety of pills for a variety of reasons. Adding sleeping pills to the mix can cause sleep disruption and next-day drowsiness. Meditation is a far better way to go, but be patient– it can take time and practice to master the art to get the results you need.

There are countless ways to meditate — with or without music, candles, sitting quietly and letting your mind wander or the more intense techniques of yoga meditation. So pick the method that works best in your lifestyle. Meditation eases your stress and anxiety and calms your worries so that you’ll fall asleep more peacefully.

To work on your meditation, try some tricks of the trade such as a mantra  or phrase (positive in nature) which is repeated either aloud or silently in your mind, deep breathing or relaxing CDs. Focus on pushing out and letting more positive thoughts enter when thoughts enter your mind that threatens to disrupt your meditation time.

Creating the following atmosphere will allow you to quite easily concentrate on your meditation:

Choose a Quiet Place, Free of Distractions — It could be a room in your home or a park bench beside a lake. Try and rid the area of all distractions such as the TV, phones and any other annoyances.

Be Comfortable — Sit in a comfy position, using cushions or pillows if you prefer. Dress in light, easy flowing clothing, take off your shoes and wear nothing that binds your body.

Relax — Close your eyes and let your mind wander. You may want to use the imagery of a lake or a meadow to help you concentrate on meditating.

Breathe — Take deep, regular breaths and focus on each and every one as the air enters and leaves your body. Deep breathing exercises can help to relieve stress and increase your oxygen levels.

Practicing meditation for 10 to 15 minutes each day, ideally right before you go to bed, should eventually help enrich your sleeping patterns and assist you get a good night’s sleep.

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