Mindfulness Meditation for Sleep

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Mindfulness Practice for Falling Asleep 

If you have trouble falling asleep at night, you’re not alone.
About 35 to 50 percent of adults around the world regularly experience insomnia symptoms.

For many people, sleeping difficulty is related to stress.
That’s because stress can cause anxiety and tension, making it hard to fall asleep. In some cases, stress can simply make existing sleep issues worse.

Mindfulness and meditation can help you sleep better.

As a relaxation technique, meditation can quiet your mind and body while enhancing your inner peace. 

When practiced before bedtime, this mindfulness meditation will help reduce insomnia and sleep troubles by promoting overall calmness.

Ready to Take the Next Step?

The mindfulness meditation you just listened to is included in the Introduction to Mindfulness course.

If you ever:

  • had a day when your mind was racing and you couldn't focus, relax or concentrate no matter what you tried...
  • heard the term "mindfulness", but never got why everyone (science, media, celebrities, friends) is raving about it...
  • wanted (or tried) to meditate - but your mind kept chatting away, until you gave it up...
  • promised yourself, that you're going to meditate today... but somehow never got to it...
  • meditated, but want to better understand mindfulness...

Then the 14-day Introduction to Mindfulness course is perfect for you.

Let us know in the comment box below, how are you going to use this meditation to help you sleep better at night... This public commitment will help you keep it, and will inspire others to commit too.

We can’t wait to read your commitment and get inspired.

And until then...

Live fully, stay awesome…

Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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  • Jur Houtman says:

    No problems with falling asleep. But halfway the night ideas or Dreams start to mix. Wondering, am I asleep or dreaming, worrying…
    Most of the times the 5 seconde rules will help me to get back fall asleep (Mel Robbins).

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thank you Jur for this great contribution.

      Could you share with us what is the 5 seconds rule?

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