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Ultimate Guide For A Sound Sleep | Follow The Right Direction

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Do you have issues falling asleep or do you always wake up tired and struggle to get through the day? Have you ever realised how important sleep is for a body? It helps the body to repair, rejuvenate and heal from the days stress and pressure. Scientific studies have proven that people who sleep well and for adequate time show (i) lower risk factors for cardiac disorders, stroke, diabetes, depression and obesity (ii) higher work efficiency (iii) improved memory, attention and well-being (iv) lower levels of stress (v) better immunity and have (vi) good appetite (vii) lesser mood swings and irritability. The importance of sleeping for 6-8 hours a day is obvious, however, getting sound and satisfied sleep is far more necessary and this is lost in our hectic lives.

So how do we get ourselves back into sleeping well in order to be able to tackle the next day? There are effective tips and tricks to snooze soundly, but it is exceptionally interesting to know that there exists a vedic science that could improve our sleep considerably.

The first step would be to ensure a good and comfortable environment to sleep in, devoid of distractions and disturbances. This could be achieved by maintaining a clean space and refraining from bright lights and using electronic equipment. This could be further enhanced by sleeping in the right direction (Direction science), ensuring that our energies are in sync with that of the universe (Energy science) and reducing structural obstructions in the flow of these energies (Structure science).

Our mind is a collection of stimuli to the energy in the universe and within us. It is easy to achieve a healthy mind and body by maintaining a balance among the flow of positive energies throughout ourselves and our surroundings. This amalgamation of positive energy, especially within the body, allows us to open our energy centres or chakras (chakra science), thereby leading to the preservation of positivity. These four sciences further facilitate better sleep and assist in complete rejuvenation of the organ systems during sleep.

The other ways to enable good sleep could be to listen to soothing music, meditation, exercise and by allowing us to recognise circadian rhythm (our body’s sleep and wake cycle). These steps need to be practised with consistency and can be improved to a large extent by availing the assistance of our Saral Health experts. They will guide you through the steps involved in the four sciences and ensure that your sleep pattern is optimal, thereby indirectly contribute to your mental and physical health. Saral Health provides non-invasive, non-medicine based, non-diet related and easy solutions to your sleep problems, guaranteeing successful results from one week to 6 months. Do you want to use our techniques for the ultimate sound sleep and look forward to a better you? Join us in this endeavour to making yourself sleep better and hence feel and live better! Log onto saral-health.com to free yourself from negativity and stress and live a fuller, healthier and happier life!

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