Mindfulness and Sleep
by Anna Black
- Health & Healing
Help yourself sleep
Do you worry about the fact that you are awake when you want to be asleep, and how tired you will feel during the day? You are not alone. One in three of us experiences problems sleeping—often triggered by stress, illness and getting older. However, practicing mindfulness meditation regularly can help. We can learn to become less reactive and more accepting of being awake, which in turn reduces our anxiety around not sleeping. Anna Black introduces 25 practices that demonstrate mindfulness and how to practice it. These include meditations for night and daytime, as well as everyday activities that shine a light on our habitual patterns and behaviors and help create better habits to support the body’s self-regulating sleep system.
About the Author
Anna Black is a highly qualified mindfulness practitioner, who teaches mindfulness workshops. Anna has a Masters in Mindfulness-based Approaches to Health and has completed the Advanced Teacher Development Intensive run by teachers from the North Wales Centre for Mindfulness in the UK and from the Center for Mindfulness at the University of Massachusetts Hospital, USA. Anna has an established personal practice in mindfulness and meditation—visit www.mindfulness-meditation-now.com. Anna is based in London, UK.
Additional Book Details
|Release Date:||March 13, 2018|