How To Use Mindfulness To Solve Insomnia

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Practicing mindfulness has been proven to be a powerful tool to help people experiencing insomnia sleep and reduce anxiety.

Noticing thoughts, sounds and sensations can help us become more present. When we practice our presence power increases and allows up to break habitual unuseful thought and feeling patterns that can keep us awake.

Practice makes progress.

Belly breathing
4-7-8 breath technique

Some great tools to help learn and practice mindfulness:
https://apps.apple.com/us/app/
https://www.headspace.com/

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