Daytime stresses and worries often stay with us well into the evening.
Whether you come home from work with your mind spinning about budget analytics or you keep replaying that argument you had with your kid, it’s normal to have a hard time decompressing on demand.
The problem? You may be carrying those stresses and worries into bed with you — and they may be costing you much-needed rest.
When you’re stressed, anxious, depressed or just have a lot on your mind, it’s much more difficult to wind down and relax into sleep.
And unfortunately, lack of sleep creates even more stress — which makes it even harder to sleep.
So how do you break the cycle?
The key is learning to get your body and mind into a relaxed state, on demand, so you can wind down and fall asleep intentionally. That’s where yoga comes into play.