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Lunexia Sleep Aid

by Johnson Sophie (2018-12-14)


Exercise Lunexia Sleep Aid Review If your nursing job has you on your feet all day, getting enough physical activity might not seem to be a problem, but harried scurrying does not have the same calming effect as an aerobic workout of some type. Some deep breathing and just "letting off steam" has its own benefits. The amount of exercise sufficient to facilitate sleep varies for different people and can be discovered through trial and error. Regardless of your preferred activity-time at the gym, laps in the pool, a dance class, or shooting hoops with the kids-find the amount that works as a sleep aid for you and try to stick with it on any day you can possibly manage it. No matter how busy you are, exercise is an investment that pays off in productivity the next day.

Yoga poses and breathing A consistent yoga practice is fabulous for any number of conditions: for keeping the back strong, for general health, and also for insomnia. Even a gentle beginner's class is enough of a calming workout, mentally and physically, to help me relax and sleep better that night. The "Bridge Pose" or "Setu Bandha Sarvangasana" is recognized as being a particularly good pose for combating insomnia. [See illustration at the Yoga Journal website: Be sure to get proper instruction in performing such a yoga pose, especially if you have problems such as a neck injury or high blood pressure.] Yoga employs many special breathing techniques as well, some of which are especially designed to calm the mind. Pranayama is an important concept in yoga, the belief that life force rides on the breath and various ways of breathing can either energize or calm.