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How to Fall Asleep at Night (Energy Feed #4)

By on October 18, 2016

Okay, so now you know (from last week’s Energy Feed) how to sleep better through the night.  Be sure to watch that if you haven’t already.

But what if you’re having trouble falling asleep in the first place?

Following a gentle evening routine is key to priming your body for sleepiness and easily falling asleep each night.

This DOES NOT have to be an ornate routine.  Having a simple routine that you follow each night will—usually within a few nights of doing it—begin to cue your body for sleep.

In this Energy Feed I describe a simple bedtime routine that anyone can do and that will help you fall asleep more easily and more deeply every night by helping you sync up with your own natural biorhythms again.


A Simple but Effective Bedtime Routine

[00:50] One hour before bed: Dim the lights…

[01:25] And turn off the screens…

[02:05] Then have some cuddle time…

[02:55] 20 minutes before: Brush and floss your teeth…

[03:15] 15 minutes before: Foot massage…

[03:50] 5 minutes before bed: Sleep, deep nasal breathing…

Watch the full video above for details of HOW and WHY this simple bedtime routine can work for you. Then let me know in the video comments how it works out for you.

If getting a good night’s sleep interests you, be sure to subscribe to the Everyday Ayurveda newsletter, where you’ll receive weekly updates with more practical Ayurvedic advice, including each one of my future videos.

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About Lisa Bailey

Lisa shows you simple Ayurvedic practices to relieve anxiety, rise out of depression, sleep soundly, attain and maintain your ideal weight, relieve pain and have stable, thriving energy throughout each day. Following these practices will also help you avoid chronic diseases and conditions, such as heart disease, stroke, cancer, diabetes, obesity and arthritis—some of the most common, costly and preventable of all health problems. She is the resident Ayurveda Health Coach and Program Director here at Everyday Ayurveda.  She operates her from a home base in Asheville, North Carolina, USA, working virtually with clients around the world. But...what's an Ayurvedic Health Coach anyway?

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