*Note: The following is a guest post by Robert Hendriks, writing in behalf of https://www.dr-discount.nl/
The rise of yoga can hardly be overlooked. Chances are that recently someone you’ve spoken to has mentioned regularly pinching himself in turns on a yoga mat. In our modern era, yoga is no longer just for hippies. Your grandmother, your neighbor, or your boss may belong to the ever-increasing worldwide and diverse group of people involved in improving their health on yoga mats. It can’t be called hype any longer. Since yoga pants, mats, and lessons are demanded by everyone from young professionals to retirees, there has been a true yoga industry emerging.
There is no pillow as soft as a clear conscience. — French proverb
A clear conscience makes a soft pillow. — American proverb
The softest pillow is a clear conscience. — Dr. Norman Vincent Peale
There’s been a debate for centuries about whether or not sleeping with a clear conscience makes for a better night’s sleep. It’s even a recurring theme in Shakespeare’s Macbeth who felt as though when he murdered the King in his sleep that he actually murdered sleep. Although there are plenty of theories on sleeping with a clear conscience, there haven’t been any definitive studies done to lend weight to the ages old theory regarding conscience and sleep.
People try many things to fall asleep when worries weigh heavily upon their minds. Some people count sheep. Bing Crosby counted his blessings. But there are other things you can do, which are much more conducive to sleeping—even when you’re worried—than counting. If you’re having a hard time sleeping at night because the worries of the world are keeping you up, perhaps it’s time to try out these great tips.
In the past few weeks, we’ve gone over some of the best natural ways to sleep easy and through the night. One we haven’t talked about yet is doing yoga or meditation before bed. According to many sources, yoga can be just what the doctor ordered for those nights when sleep just won’t come.