You might be hearing a lot about mindfulness lately. It’s become a bit of a buzzword these days and is popping up everywhere, from magazine covers and the New York Times to at work and in school. But what might seem like a new health craze is actually a tradition that has its roots in
Category: Sleep Aids
Perhaps you’ve felt it: An odd tingling sensation in your head followed by a sense of deep relaxation, all brought on by the simplest of events. Getting your haircut, watching someone turn the pages of a newspaper, or the gentle tones of someone’s voice are all potential triggers for this bizarre phenomenon. First, know you’re not
Do certain sights and sounds cause you to get a tingling feeling in your head and spine? Known as Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response (ASMR), this bizarre phenomenon is being harnessed by a community of YouTube artists motivated to help you relax and get a better night’s sleep. ASMR is associated with a variety of physical sensations,
Are you having difficulty winding down at the end of a long day? Is stress or muscle tension making it hard to fall asleep — and stay asleep? Many sleep experts recommend including a short yoga practice in your bedtime routine to promote deeper, more restful sleep. Yoga doesn’t just help prepare your physical body for
Best Guided Meditations For Sleep: Unlock Inner Peace And Deep Relaxation For The Best Sleep Of Your Life
Do you find it difficult to relax in the evening? Do you lie down in bed only to have your mind suddenly filled with to-do lists and ruminations over stressful events of the past? And, once you do manage to finally drift off, is the sleep you manage to get restless and far from the restorative break you really need?