It is a scientifical fact that good, sound, and sufficient sleep are essential to promote the well-being and healing of our bodies, minds, and souls.
Sleeping well, without interruptions, can improve your mood and grow your concentration, problem-solving ability, and creativity.
In today’s hectic life a crescent number of people find it difficult to sleep well and/or to easily fall asleep.
Sleeping badly has many negative effects on us like as: reduction of our attention span and creativity, mood alteration and instability, memory issues, and weight gain.
Those more affected by insomnia are women and older adults.
Breathing and mindfulness could help you fall asleep more effectively and, even more important, stay asleep all night long.
Of course, there are some habits we could get and some others we should get rid of to help this process, as…
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