When sleep is elusive
Sleeping in a different environment, having a big presentation tomorrow or needing to catch an early flight in the morning? All of these factors can impact your ability to get a good night’s sleep. At times sleep can feel elusive!
Failure to get a good nights’ sleep can have an effect on you physically and mentally. Below are just some of the benefits that you’ll experience when you’re well rested:
- You’re better able to focus and learn.
- You feel happier.
- You’re more productive.
- You’re less hungry.
- You won’t get sick as often.1
According to the research, the key to falling asleep is to take your mind off all those distracting thoughts whirling around in your head by redirecting your focus.
Meditation has been found to be widely helpful in those with insomnia and may provide a natural way to fall asleep faster. 2
Meditation can be done anywhere, at any time. You don’t need any special clothes, equipment or training. If you would like some tips on how to mediate check out our previous article titled ‘How do I Meditate’.
My Wellness-Hub have taken this research and developed a specially designed ‘Deep Sleep’ guided meditation to help you to unwind, relax and prepare for some good shut eye so you can feel refreshed and perform at your best.
Have a listen to our Deep Sleep Meditation preview trailer here