What have Madonna, George Clooney, Martha Stewart and Tom Ford all got in common? They are all famous insomniacs.
Ayurvedic Sleep Consultant Anandi said, “I believe insomnia is caused by an imbalanced lifestyle and cured by a balanced lifestyle”. It was only after discovering the truly holistic approach of Ayurveda and using the breath as a healing tool that she overcame her insomnia nightmare.
Lack of sleep affects the whole of your life. Researchers have shown that poor sleep patterns can impair memory and shrink the brain. Many scientists believe that irregular sleeping patterns lead to an array of illnesses from heart disease to cancer. Being an ex-insomniac of 15 years herself, Anandi knows what not being able to sleep feels like. “I felt foggy-headed and ill all the time, but I just did not want to take sleeping pills”, says Anandi.
In Anandi’s new book, Breathe Better, Sleep Better , she outlines a brand new approach to insomnia which is Breath Therapy. “You can’t control your heart or your hormones with your mind, but you can with your breath. No amount of herbs will do the same thing as connecting to the breath”, says Anandi.
Breathe Better, Sleep Better offers a step by step guide to calm and nourish the nervous system using various breathing exercises. A calm nervous system increases serotonin levels, the magic sleep inducing hormone.
Anandi shows in her book how to dramatically improve daily life through better breathing techniques to improve sleeping patterns with her simple to follow step by step system.
Breathe Better, Sleep Better offers a systematic approach using breath as tool to help balance yourself and get a good night’s sleep. The book is dedicated exclusively to help people with their sleeping issues using a number of practical exercises. Anandi also has free sleep advice available on her website.
Your breath tells the story. A stressed out insomniac will have a short, shallow breathing pattern. “Just by bringing your attention to your breath, you will change everything!” said Anandi