Disturbed sleep can happen for any number of reasons. We might be uncomfortable in our environment; we might be plagued with worry, or we might be suffering with chronic pain. Whatever the cause, disturbed sleep can lead to many unpleasant side effects, including poor cognitive function and low moods.
Though some causes may be physical, many problems are rooted in the mind. We need to take a look at ourselves and understand the triggers that are leading to the thoughts that keep us awake. Often, racing thoughts and unhelpful mindsets leave us unable to relax.
By understanding these feelings, we can learn to recognise the triggers and stop them before they take a physical toll on us. Enjoy a silent night with our accredited course.
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Understand the thought patterns that are keeping you up at night and harness physical practices such as Autogenic Training.