[Formula] How Get A Good Night Sleep in Less than 60 Seconds

Like any other new method, this too requires training. You can’t achieve the goal just by trying it once.

I had to get this out of my shoulders at the start of this post.

Now, with that out of the way, I can focus on the method.

Have I ever mentioned that you can achieve great things by controlling your breathing?

If not, I bet you watched a documentary about it. You’ve heard many doctors praising the breathing methods and calling them the main source to health.

They are not far from the truth.

Everywhere you go or everything you do requires an effort.

If you know how to control your inhale-exhale, you are right on the spot for achieving goals without getting yourself too tired.

Let’s take exercising as an example. The breathing is extremely important when you exercise.

The period between sets and rounds is the rest period when you need to know how to breathe and rest faster.

There are a lot of techniques that will help you do that.

This time, I’m going to leave exercising aside. I just wanted to make sure you understand how important breathing is.

Let’s jump into your bedroom. This is where the magic happens, right? – I have to say you have a nice bedroom.

I won’t be in there. I will leave you to relax in a minute.

It’s dark outside. The time is perfect for getting into your bed. You lie down, close your eyes, but there is something that keeps you awake.

Turn yourself on the right side. No, switch to the other. No, lie on your back. On your stomach.

This is taking too long.

I might have something that will make you fall asleep in 60 seconds. Are you ready?

There is a reason why I connected the breathing with your bedroom. This technique you will learn today will let you fall asleep in less than 60 seconds.

Before that happens, you have to learn how to do it perfectly.

You need to train your mind, body, and soul.

A wellness practitioner, Dr. Andrew Weil, developed this effective method. He studies meditation and breathing. Now, he has developed a method that could be used to relieve stress.

It’s very easy to do, but it takes practice until you teach your brain this new breathing technique.

It’s called the 4-7-8 method.

When you are in your bed, breathe in through your nose for 4 seconds. Keep that breath for 7 seconds. After that, exhale through your mouth for 8 seconds.

This slows down your heart rate and releases all the chemicals in your brain.

It’s extremely calming and tells your brain and soul that it’s time for a good night sleep.

You should definitely try it. I’m already switching to it. I’m usually tired from the 7-minute workout and this 5-minute stretching I do before bed, but it could serve me right.

If you are interested in learning more about Dr. Well’s work, you should visit his site.

Follow the procedure for bigger and better advantages.

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Source: Healthy Holistic Living

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