So you’re winding down, getting ready to hit the sack. You’re in your pyjamas, the lights are off, and you’re in bed waiting to fall asleep.
Fifteen minutes go by and you find yourself in the same position, just waiting to fall asleep.
Does this sound familiar to you?
Many people nowadays seem to have the same problem.
And it sucks, right?
I know the feels. Just the other night I went through the same problem. It was 11.23pm and I had to be awake in 6 hours for my morning cardio session. I fell asleep 30 minutes later, but I can safely say that I was sleepwalking on my treadmill for my cardio session.
The next morning I searched YouTube for “ways to fall asleep faster” and I came across this little gem.
It’s a weird breathing technique that relaxes your body and makes it easier for you to fall asleep. The technique is easy to do and it doesn’t require any equipment, just lie in bed and give it a crack.
It involves breathing in a particular way so that it creates white noise which are sounds that science has shown it helps induce relaxation and sleep.
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