If you have tried everything from meds to gadgets to get good sleep, maybe yoga can help you out as well. Aside from being a natural and healthy way to ensure that you get the quality shuteye you so truly deserve, yoga brings a ton load of benefits for your body as well.
Known to address back pains or depression Amanda L. Chan, editor for the Huffington Post health news bared how yoga was able to aid her in getting a good night’s sleep.
“I got into bed around 11 p.m., watched some TV on my laptop, and then realized my whole body was relaxing, un-tensing, getting almost jelly-like… I was getting tired, and it wasn’t even midnight yet! I dozed off by the 12 a.m. hour and slept a solid, uninterrupted eight hours.”
Yoga has been known to make people flexible and relax and apparently that was among the factors that helped in getting good sleep. A relaxed mind is certainly the best way to get proper shuteye, an issue that many perhaps would truly agree too since there have already been qualms about how troubled or problematic people have to deal with sleep while thinking of those pressures they get from life.