Sleep is very crucial to the proper function of the body and mind. Getting the right amount of good quality sleep is vital for our mental and emotional well-being and health. Even people who get their daily seven hours of sleep might need better quality sleep. They may suffer from sleeping disorders, thin sleep, waking up too often, and even thoughts hovering in their mind, which means their sleep is not relaxed.
Yes, relaxing in your sleep is equally important as quality and time of rest. One must feel joyful and energized post a good night’s sleep. But how many of us think that? Guided meditation techniques and practices are the answer to the question. It helps to bring good relaxation in your sleep. Try this below-mentioned exercise before bedtime before we introduce you to the video in this link.
Put a hand on your heart and feel the pace, rhythm, and pattern, then breathe deeply for four seconds. Post this; you exhale a long, slow breath. Repeating this for a few seconds will immediately lower your heartbeat, and blood pressure, easing and relaxing you.
Caroline McCready teaches guided meditation practices to help you relax more during sleep, along with its benefits and how it affects the overall well-being of the body and mind.