Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Meditation & Sleep

It is a known fact that lack of sleep makes us feel fatigued and tired.  If you don’t sleep or have enough sleep, you will eventually see yourself feeling easily irritated, your mind will not be clear and you can suffer from insomnia. With inadequate sleep your health will gradually fail and your productivity will be low. Stress, worry and depression are the main causes of sleeplessness. If you find yourself experiencing any of these then you need meditation for sleep.

Sleeping well will help your cells repair and reproduce themselves, your aging process will slow down and your body will heal itself automatically from conditions that will break you down if not attended to. Meditation is a great tool for better sleep and there are many different ways to meditate for sleep. You can use guided meditation, breathing meditation, mindfulness meditation and progressive muscle relaxation. There are many other types you may use but these are the commonly practiced ones. Keep reading to find out more about meditation and sleep.

Does Guided Meditation for Sleep Get Results?

Many people have reported that guided meditation brings them great results. With guided meditation you should feel relaxed, peaceful and less judgmental of yourself and your situations. The best guided meditation types that will give you the desired results include the following.

1.) Spoken meditations that are done by someone else which you can listen to with a headphone or speakers.

2.) Spoken meditations that you record yourself or that you asked a friend to record for you if you don’t like hearing your voice.

3.) Subliminal recordings without narration, that influences you on the subconscious level and induces sleep.
4.) Calm soothing music that you can listen to when you are trying to sleep.

Read more on 24x7Meditation.Blogspot.Com.

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