Browsing Tag Insomnia

It’s 3am and I’m wide awake!!

Does this sound familiar? It’s 3am and you are wide awake! At Inside Out we often hear that you get off to sleep OK, only to wake up again in the middle of the night, and then the mind gets involved and before you know it you’re re-running the previous day, stressing about the day more…

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Let go and relax your way to a good night’s sleep

Hopefully, since my last post you’ve been checking in with yourself and moving your body to burn off those stress hormones. Now I’m going to look at ways of relaxing, preparing yourself for a great night’s sleep with some restorative Dru Yoga practices. Before bed is not the time to be practicing dynamic sun sequences! This more…

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Sleep like a caveman (although not in a cave!)

So, how have you been sleeping this week? I hope some of the tips from last time helped. In the next couple of blogs I’m going to be looking at some more yogic ways of ensuring you get the rest you need. The first thing to ask yourself is are you actually tired or more more…

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Sleep tight – tips for a peaceful night

Insomnia is a common problem, with an estimated 1 in 3 people finding getting a good night’s sleep a challenge. Lack of sleep can leave us feeling tired, irritable, over emotional and lacking in focus, which can make us more accident prone. Not only that lack of sleep has been linked to various long term illnesses, and even more…

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