In Macbeth Shakespeare states that sleep is “the chief nourisher in life’s feast.” And modern science proves that is truly is. What other miraculous remedy helps you fight infection and makes you look younger, enhances your memory and makes you more creative, heals your emotional wounds and helps you learn and remember? If someone could package it, it would fly off the shelves. Yet, here it is, readily available to all of us. Granted, some of us need a little help with falling asleep and staying asleep – luckily there are proven yogic strategies that can help.
For the past few months we’ve been talking about different aspects of sleep and how to troubleshoot it. Below is an overview of the vast ground we’ve covered that can help you deal with your own sleep issues and help your students sleep better.
What happens when we sleep
Stages of sleep
Issues with insufficient sleep
Factors that are messing up our sleep
Yoga for better sleep
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