How Yoga Can Help You Sleep Better

 

We’ve all heard about the many benefits of yoga. Not only does it increase flexibility and strength, but it can aide weight loss, help posture, increase bone and blood health, as well as boosting your entire immune system. But there are also an increasing amount of studies that show spending just a few minutes each night before bedtime doing yoga can elevate your night’s sleep. This benefits both your mental state and eases your physical aches and pains. And let’s not forget, investing in a high-quality Organic Mattress from Palmpring can only enhance your sleep quality!

One of the most common factors that prevent a good night’s sleep is the amount of stress that we face in our daily lives.

Doing yoga at the end of a long day can unwind the nervous system and help clear the mind of the constant stimulus we have around us, from family responsibilities to technology distractions. When doing yoga, focus on deep breathing, holding the poses for several seconds or as long as comfortable, and slowly release them.

 

Yoga releases toxins and increases blood flow and oxygen circulation. Doing yoga at bedtime helps you fall asleep faster, decreases the amounts of time you wake up in the middle of the night, and how many hours you’re able to stay asleep overall.

The quality of your mattress also greatly affects your night’s sleep, which is why we are proud to offer an alternative to the artificially processed mattresses on the market. A Palmpring Organic Mattress helps you sleep better, ease aches and pains, and unlike most mattresses, has no chemicals that will slowly deteriorate your health, also known as off-gassing.

The combination of bedtime yoga and sleeping on our Organic Mattress are the perfect match for your best night’s sleep!

If you want to take Palmpring on the go, maybe to your favorite yoga studio or just to spend some quiet time meditating in the park, check out our Organic and Sustainable Yoga Mats!

 

 

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Some suggestions for a bedtime yoga routine!