Did you sleep well last night?
Sleep is SO important if you want to function at an optimal level (and who doesn’t?!)
Unfortunately, many, many people suffer from sleep disorders that cause exhaustion, blurred thinking and overall crankiness!
You might think you don’t have a sleep disorder, but consider this…
If you have problems falling asleep, experience disruptions in your sleep cycle or if you regularly wake up in the middle of the night and you’re unable to fall asleep again…
You’re suffering from a sleep disorder.
The truth is, the quality of your sleep is affected by many different factors.
These include physical, mental, and environmental concerns.
Unfortunately, many of us try to resolve our sleep problems through synthetic means, causing sleep related problems to get even worse.
Here are 7 tips you can use to naturally reset your sleep cycles and get a good night’s sleep… starting tonight!
There are common mindset patterns that affect your sleep cycle.
Stress, worrying about sleep and not completing your work or important tasks can all interfere with how your mind prepares for sleep.
Letting go of daytime concerns and becoming aware of how you respond to external life stresses will allow the mind and body to revert to their natural patterns…
So you can fall into a natural, deep sleep.
Tip #2: Increase Your Daytime Alertness
There are basic steps you can take to re-program yourself to get a good night’s sleep.
In fact, each of the activities that promote health and energy during the day, also result in improving our night sleep patterns.
These include having a regular wake up time, getting more natural sunlight and exercising every day.
Tip #3: Practice a Nighttime Transition
You should have a transition period between your daytime alertness and nighttime sleepiness.
Tip #4: Create a Regular Bedtime Routine
Routines are important because they help our bodies naturally fall asleep.
Take five to ten minutes before bedtime to release the day’s events and practice deep breathing exercises.
Whatever you chose to include in your routine, these steps will help invite healthful sleep.
Tip #5: Create a Great Environment
A comfortable, relaxing atmosphere in your bedroom will ensure great sleep. Make sure your room is cool, quiet and dark.
Tip #6: Use Mental Exercises
To help quiet a restless mind, try a simple mental exercise, such as visualizing a calm scene.
Imagine a place that makes you feel tranquil and relaxed, like a soothing waterfall, a beautiful beach, or a brilliant, blue sky.
Tip #7: Eat Only Sleep-Enhancing Food
The food you eat is very important when it comes to your sleep cycle. Avoid spicy, acidic, or hard-to-digest foods right before bedtime because they can keep you awake.
Sleep problems can affect your health, mindset, and mood.
Make a commitment to get a good night’s sleep by making small changes everyday. Over time, you’ll notice a BIG change in the quality of your sleep.
There are lots more tips and effective techniques that can pave the way to a great night’s sleep.
If you’d like to sleep well every single night, please check out The Natural Night Sleep Program…
You don’t need to spend night after night tossing and turning. Reprogram your sleep patterns naturally and rediscover how it feels to sleep like a baby!
About the Author:
He has helped hundreds of clients resolve a range of issues including overcoming non-supportive habits and behaviors such as chronic depression, anxiety, phobias, relationship issues, addictions and of course, insomnia.
Which of your loved ones are desperate for the wonderful gift of a great night’s sleep?
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