Vedic Meditation as a Therapy for Sleep Disorders

The regular practice of Vedic Meditation significantly reduces the time taken for insomniacs to fall asleep.

Vedic Meditation is a completely natural therapy for sleep disordersQuite often tension interferes with sleep, even though the body may be very tired. Therefore, Vedic Meditation is a completely natural therapy for sleep disorders.

Vedic Meditation also helps to reduce jet lag.

The Vedic Meditation technique practiced for 15-20 minutes in the morning and evening removes tension. This means that the body can function in the most efficient and natural way. Because it removes tension, the Vedic Meditation technique helps us get a good night’s sleep.

Insomnia:

The regular practice of Vedic Meditation significantly reduces the time taken for insomniacs to fall asleep. The Vedic Meditation technique relieves deep-rooted stress from the nervous system on a direct physiological level. Consequently, it produces a wide range of beneficial effects without requiring attention to any one area. The effect, a greater regularity in the sleeping cycle.

As a therapy for sleep disorders such as insomnia, the Vedic Meditation technique is simple to administer, immediately effective, stable over time and without unfavorable side effects.

Sleep Deprivation:

Sleep deprivation is a highly stressful experience, and compensatory dreaming is thought to be a form of stress release. The meditator’s nervous system becomes more resilient and less subject to long-term disruption from a stressful experience. Faster recovery after exposure to the stress of this type is valuable not only to people in everyday life but also to those in critical occupations, such as military, police, airline and hospital personnel.

Studies have found that those getting less than six or more than eight hours of sleep a night had a significantly increased for diabetes and a similar pattern has been observed in the relationship between sleep and coronary heart disease.

The risk was roughly twice as high for those sleeping relatively short periods, and more than three times as high for those who slept for long periods. Those who slept for seven to eight hours a night were at the least risk.

Important: You will no doubt have noticed that the words “The regular practice of Vedic Meditation” are repeated throughout this page. That is because it is The regular practice of Vedic Meditation that brings about these results. One cannot just do meditation as a one-off to get to sleep.

Although a one-off meditation will produce some relief, the effects will be minimal as a therapy for sleep disorders when compared to the regular practice – 20 minutes twice per day.

The regular practice of Vedic Meditation significantly reduces the time taken for insomniacs to fall asleep.

img_warwick_jonessmlrVedic Meditation is neither mind-control nor mental discipline, it’s not concentration, a contemplation, a philosophy or a way of life. It is easy to learn and enjoyable to practice, and requires no special skills – anyone can do it successfully.

Vedic Meditation is one of the most powerful techniques available for reducing stress and anxiety. It is also one of the easiest to learn and simplest to practice.

If you are in Auckland (NZ) call me, Warwick Jones, on 09 419 5380. Or email to find our how Vedic Meditation could help you achieve better health.

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