Meditation for good sleep

Meditation for good sleep:

The best way to find learn how much sleep you need is to go to bed regularly, wake up without an alarm, not depend on caffeine or other stimulants, and see how much sleep you need to feel well-rested and mentally alert. You’ll know if you are getting enough sleep if you feel energetic, healthy, and yes, feel relatively happy, without relying on caffeine or any other stimulant.

Sleep is one of the key ingredients to good health. It gives us mental alertness, physical coordination, and restores and rejuvenates nearly every cell in our body. It improves our memory, mental concentration, and creativity. We need sleep. And most of us love it!

Use meditation to control those thoughts. You can practice immediately replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts. You can also use positive visualization of what you want every time one of these unpleasant thoughts pop up. Eventually you’ll be able to control your thoughts and because of that, your outlook on life will improve, you’ll be less stressed and you’ll be able to sleep well. During your evening meditation, focus on being grateful. Yes, that includes the things you’re worried about! If you’re grateful for something it means you recognize the value in it.

Start at your feet or your head and consciously tense and then deeply relax each body part as you travel from one end of your body to the other. Focus on the physical sensation of creating tension and releasing it. When you think you’ve released the tension from a muscle, relax it some more. Keep going deeper. Meditation Residual stress, worry, and anger from your day can make it very difficult to sleep well.