Why Yoga Will Put You to Sleep


Getting to sleep can be one of the most difficult things for people, especially when you have a lot on your mind from work or personal life. High amounts of stress can have a very negative impact on your ability to fall asleep as well as the quality of the sleep you are getting. They can lead to a restless night in bed, causing you to feel even more tired the next day. Sound familiar? Well, whether it is our jobs, our kids or just our personal lives, the fact of the matter is that we all are faced with stress on a daily basis. The impact that this stress level can have on our quality and/or quantity of sleep can be a major concern.

When we find little or even no time in our day to take a step back and clear our minds, it makes getting a goodnight’s sleep a much more difficult thing to accomplish. When you want to get your mind and body ready for bed, you need to find a way to wind down, tune out that stress and look forward to a superior night’s sleep. Introducing yoga.

Yoga continues to grow in popularity as more and more benefits of the stretching exercise are revealed. From cancer patients to stressed-out mothers, yoga has a calming effect that helps a lot of people wind down and separate from the stresses of everyday life when they need to most.

If partaking in a yoga class a few times a week doesn’t fit into your schedule or budget, no need to worry. Check out a few yoga poses for insomnia that you can easily do these in the privacy of your own home.

Sleep is an important part of your health, but your sleep depends on you making your health a priority. If you dedicate time each day before bed to clear your mind and reduce stress, you will probably find some improvement in your sleep as well.

Get involved in the discussion

You might also like...

Sleep & Travel

You’re in Fiji and scheduled to swim with the turtles this morning. ...

Did you know sleep helps you lose weight?

With Australia being in the top 10 obese nations of the world, it has ...

How much sleep do you need?

How Much Sleep Do I Actually Need? Most experts recommend seven to nin...

What affect does technology and poor sleep have on a young person?

  What affect does technology and poor sleep have on a young pers...

Better sleep starts with better habits

Learn more

Find a retailer