Today, we're diving into a topic that affects countless people around the world: insomnia and Sleeping disorders. But worry not, because I am about to introduce you to a set of powerful tools that can help you find the restful sleep you've been craving since a while", and these tools are the best 5 hasta mudras for insomnia and sleep disorder to unlock your peaceful sleep!
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Understanding Main Symptoms Of Insomnia and Sleep Disorders
Most of the times I WISH my sleep habits to become like a switch. Once I put it off, I transit to a peaceful sleep. immediately! Switch it on...fully awake. Out of my bed.
THE REALITY being quite opposite.
I go to my bed with great intentions...do my affirmations... gratitude...reiki healing...then blank! Showers of thoughts! Seeping of negativities from the day. irritation. deep breathing. backward counting sheep.
Some more time... don't know when??
This is somehow I sleep. My personal sleep behaviour!
Straight 6 to 7 hours sleep... then I wake up fresh!
This is my daily sleep struggles.
But this is not insomnia or a sleep disorder.
We often face problems in falling asleep when we are not tired enough, are highly stressed or working on an important project or maybe the room temperature is too high to sleep. It might happen on a daily basis, however after some struggles, if you are able to fall asleep for 6 continuous hours, then THIS IS NOT INSOMNIA!
Insomnia is quite different from our daily sleep struggles.
Insomnia and sleep disorders can manifest in various ways, here are the most prominent symptoms
Difficulty Falling Asleep
Persistent trouble initiating sleep, even when tired.
Waking up multiple times during the night and struggling to go back to sleep.
Early Morning Awakening
Waking up much earlier than desired and being unable to return to sleep.
Feeling as though you haven't slept well, even after spending a full night in bed.
Experiencing excessive daytime sleepiness and fatigue.
Mood swings, irritability, and difficulty concentrating due to lack of sleep.
Headaches, gastrointestinal problems, and muscle aches can result from sleep disorders.
Worry About Sleep
Constant preoccupation with sleep and anxiety about not getting enough rest.
Difficulty in performing daily tasks and maintaining concentration and productivity.
Forgetfulness and difficulty retaining information.
An increase in accidents or mistakes due to impaired cognitive function.
Changes in behaviour or mood, such as increased impulsivity or impulsiveness.
It's essential to recognize these symptoms and, if experienced regularly, you need to make a few changes in your lifestyle and adapt to a Holistic practice that can help your body and mind to heal the sleep disorder.aa
"So now it's time to get into the Hasta Mudras part to Unlock Peaceful Sleep by learning more about the 5 Hasta Mudras for Insomnia and Sleep Disorder.
5 Hasta Mudras for Insomnia and Sleep Disorder
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Gyan Mudra (Gesture of Knowledge):
Our first mudra is Gyan Mudra. To perform it, simply touch the tip of your index finger to the tip of your thumb, forming a circle, while keeping the other three fingers extended. This mudra connects you to inner wisdom, reducing stress and anxiety, which are common culprits of insomnia.
Adi Mudra- The First Gesture
Aadi Mudra is also known as the first gesture or the primary gesture because it is the first position of the hands when we are just born.
To do the adi mudra, Curl your fingers into a fist, and keep your thumb tucked inside your fingers. Hold this mudra with both hands. Adi Mudra helps calm the mind and promotes relaxation, making it easier to drift into peaceful slumber."
Dhyan Mudra- Gesture Of Meditation
"Now, let's explore Dhyan Mudra, a symbol of meditation. Place your right palm on top of your left palm, with both palms facing up. Lightly touch your thumbs together, forming a gentle oval. This mudra encourages mental clarity and inner tranquillity, two things you definitely need for a good night's sleep."
Earth Mudra- Gesture Of Earth
Host: "Moving on to Earth Mudra. Join the tips of your ring finger and thumb, keeping the other fingers extended. This mudra connects you to the grounding energy of the Earth, helping to release stress and promote deep relaxation, a must for battling insomnia."
Prana Mudra-Gesture of Life
Last but not least, we have Prana Mudra. Touch the tips of your ring finger and little finger to your thumb, while keeping the other fingers extended. This mudra is all about boosting your vital life force. It can help you combat stress, anxiety, and even insomnia."
Wrapping Up- Hasta Mudras for Insomnia and Sleep Disorder
"There you have it, our lineup of Hasta Mudras that can be your secret weapons in the battle against insomnia and stress. Remember, regular practice and deep, mindful breathing with these mudras can significantly improve your sleep quality and overall well-being."
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