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Sleep Meditation Inducing Sounds: get to sleep fast, improve sleep quality, beat insomnia disorder

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Sleep Meditation Inducing Sounds: get to sleep fast, improve sleep quality, beat insomnia disorder "One thing all humans need is sleep. You cannot deny this fact for long. Maybe you decide that you don’t have time to sleep and would rather stay up to work or party. Maybe caregiving responsibilities keep you up at night, when an infant starts crying or a senior with dementia starts wandering around the house. Maybe pain or anxiety or bad dreams or who-knows-what keeps you from falling asleep or staying asleep. Eventually, you hit a wall and face the truth: You have to sleep! So what if you have a hard time falling asleep or staying asleep? What if your available time is so limited that you don’t get ideal circumstances – you have to sleep when it’s daylight outside and the neighbors are mowing the lawn, or you can only catch a few hours while your friend spends time with your mom who has dementia? What can you do to get the sleep you need? Sleep is a huge topic among health professionals, and there are many ways to improve your sleep. Music is one of the factors that can improve the length and quality of your sleep. In fact, research evidence has pointed towards ways that music can improve sleep in hospitals and nursing homes, and for people who have pain or other medical conditions. How does music help? Here are a few possibilities: • Music raises the noise floor. We tend to be more bothered by sudden loud sounds, those that are a certain amount louder than the ambient noise in our environment. That’s why whispers and cell phone rings are so much more distracting in the library than at the bus stop. Adding music to the environment raises the “noise floor” so that the sudden sounds aren’t as distracting. Sometimes called masking, this use of music works well in hospitals and nursing homes where there can be a lot of excess noise from health care workers, alarms and chimes, medical equipment, etc. It works well in a noisy home environment, too. • Music is better organized. In other words, music is regular and rhythmic, while other sounds – your family TV, the traffic outside, or the dishwasher – are irregular and more jarring. Our bodies tend to sync up with the dominant sound stimuli around us, in a process known as entrainment • Music can be pleasant. Would you rather listen to your neighbor revving his engine or your favorite Bach Sonata or Enya track? Yeah, I thought so. It is important, though, to choose music that works well for YOU – music in a style you like that doesn’t bring up bad memories or uncomfortable feelings. (…) • Music pairs well with relaxation exercises. Speaking of relaxation, we know that music is a great support for relaxation exercises such as deep breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, and imagery." Rachelle Norman Music Therapist MEDITATION The world would be such a better place if everyone practiced meditation! We're creating a collection of Monk Chants, Tibetan Chants, Tibetan Singing Bowls Music, Mantras, Music based on Chakra Frequencies (Solfeggio Frequencies), Healing Music based on Fibonacci proportions and Binaural Beats to help enter meditative states. If you like Kundalini Meditation, Guided Meditations, Zazen, Deepak Chopra Meditations, Mooji Meditations, Eckhart Tolle Meditations and SadhGuru Meditations, we invite you to enjoy this playlist with compositions we selected for you: MUSIC FOR READING Our tunes can also be used as soft background music for reading. If you are interested in spiritual books we recommend the readings of Louise Hay, Krishnamurti Jiddu, Augusto Cury, James Redfield, Robin Sharma, Zibia Gasparetto, Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson and Rhonda Byrne. SLEEP 8 HOURS long calming soothing nature sounds and sleep music that will help you get to sleep fast. If you are looking for a noise canceling sound or just wanting to calm the mind, you can listen to this playlist of relaxing nature sounds and calming music. Sometimes we incorporate binaural beats in some music videos to help you enter deep sleep states. ==================== SUBSCRIBE! NEW VIDEOS COMING SOON NUMEDITATIONMUSIC LET'S CONNECT! Nu Meditation Music -- -- -- Photo by Teama Skins under the Creative Commons license ==================== "Our mission is to write music that can impact you in a positive way because we believe music can change people's lives! We hope you enjoy, and We hope to connect with you again in the near future!"
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