Nothinglikenow Publishes New Blog Post on Guided Sleep Meditation

Nothinglikenow.com publishes 7 Guided Sleep Meditation Videos for people with sleep problems and insomnia. At least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic, long -term sleep disorders each year.


Nothinglikenow published their new blog post today: 7 Ways To Start Your Guided Sleep Meditation!. This blog post reveals 7 guided meditation videos that will help to relax and also provides a Guided meditation for sleep problems and insomnia.


Nothinglikenow owner Chris Moorman says “Many people struggle with really understanding the essence of a guided sleep meditation”. This blogpost gives solid information that’s not usually shared openly in the Mental Health industry.


The blog post is at http://www.nothinglikenow.com/meditation/7-ways-start-guided-sleep-meditation/.


Scientists believe sleep is necessery to survive. Sleep appears necessary for the nervous systems to work properly. Too little sleep leaves people drowsy and unable to concentrate the next day. 


It also leads to impaired memory and physical performance and reduces the ability to carry out mathematical calculations. When sleep deprivation continues, hallucinations and mood swings may develop.


http://youtu.be/0vvU-Ajwbok


Research shows that there isn’t one fixed time for all men to wake up. The common believe that it is healthy to wake up at five o’clock in the morning isn’t based on scientific research. This can be beneficial for some and harmful for others. 


If a person wakes up during the three hours of deep sleep the energy level will be disturbed. For most people these three ours are between two and five in the morning, but this isn’t the case for everyone. The amount of sleep each person needs depends on many factors, including age. 


Experts say that when someone feels drowsy during the day, even during boring activities, they haven’t had enough sleep. If a person routinely falls asleep within five minutes of lying down, than that person probably has severe sleep deprivation, possibly even a sleep disorder.


According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at least 40 million Americans suffer from chronic, long -term sleep disorders each year. Additional to that number there are 20 million people experiencing occasional sleeping problems. 


The most common sleep disorders include:


Insomnia 


Sleep Apnea – sleep apnea is a disorder ofinterrupted breathing during sleep 


Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS) – a familial disorder causing unpleasant crawling, prickling, or tingling sensations in the legs and feet and an urge to move them for relief 


Narcolepsy – People with narcolepsy have frequent sleep attacks at various times of the day, even if they have had a normal amount of night-time sleep. These attacks last from several seconds to more than thirty minutes


Based on research there are nine tips for a good night sleep:


·        Set a schedule


·        Exercise


·        Avoid caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol


·        Relax before bed


·        Sleep until sunlight


·        Don’t lie in bed awake


·        Control the room temperature


·        Practice a guided sleep meditation


·        See a doctor when sleeping problems continue


About Nothinglikenow


Nothinglikenow was founded in 2014 and serves the Mental Health industry. It is known for Providing information on practicing Yoga, Mindfulness, Meditation, Depression and Anxiety.


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