Sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. ~ Thomas Dekker
Do you ever have trouble sleeping? I know I do! If I’ve had a busy day, or my days seemed filled with “busy-ness,” it can take a while for my brain to calm down enough for sleep. And often I’ll wake up several times during the night – and feel like I’m in a brain fog for the whole next day.
As you well know if you’ve been deprived of sleep (has any one of us not?), sleep is vital to feel well. There are enough good reasons to get a good night’s sleep that you might wish you had a better plan for getting one!
Here are a few benefits of a good sleep (usually this means more than 6 hours a night)
If you find yourself sometimes longing for a good night’s sleep, here are a few simple practices you can try.
And now, I'd love to hear from you. Have you tried any of these practices? Do they help? Do you have any sleep practices that help you get a good night's sleep?
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