Fact: the human mind loses much of it’s ability to think rationally and logically when it has been awake for a long time. You may have noticed this as you lie in bed, awake and frustrated, trying to calm your mind to get to sleep. Why does this happen? And more importantly, can anything be done to help? Yes, and it’s simple! Have a listen to find out.
You know what’s between your active daytime self and you asleep? Being relaxed. Ahh yes. Being relaxed is the first step to being asleep – a prerequisite, but not a guarantee. And there are two sides to relaxation: physical (calm body) and mental (calm mind). It today’s podcast, I talk about some tried-and-true physical relaxation techniques that I teach my clients. They are simple and usually very helpful! Have a listen!
Light at night is not natural, at least not a lot of it and not anything but incandescent (fire) light. Most of us reduce light in our homes at night (or least know we should), but the kind of light are using can have as big an impact on your sleep as the amount of light. What sort of impact? And how does this negative impact happen? Tune in to find out, and of course discover ways to get natural restorative sleep!