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5 Mantras to Help You Fall Asleep Faster Tonight

5 Mantras to Help You Fall Asleep Faster Tonight

Being at peace and relaxed before climbing into bed is crucial to getting the high quality sleep you deserve every night.

Nonetheless, shutting down your brain to make it all happen can be quite challenging after a long day filled with morning traffic, work deadlines, calculating bills, and not to mention satisfying all of your family’s needs.

As worry and stress are no place for the bedroom, try these thinking these positive mantras suggested by The Huffington Post to find the serene, calm you need to make your trip to dreamland a breeze:

“I’m thankful for…”

Studies show that being grateful can not only make us happier and improve our relationships, but it also boosts our immune system and helps us get better snooze. You can even start keeping a gratitude journal to write down what you appreciated most about each day.

“Let it be.”

According to science, negative emotions or thoughts can keep you tossing and turning throughout the night. Of course, it’s impossible to solve every problem you have by bedtime. Put stressful conversations on hold until morning, apologize if you feel you need to, or just let it go to clear your mind of anxieties.

“I am strong.”

Pat yourself on the back for just being you. Reflect on your strengths and accomplishments, encouraging more self-acceptance, which according to a 2014 study helps us lead a happier life.

“How can I make this better?”

For the creative and problem solvers, ask yourself the question you’ve been trying to figure out the answer to right before you hit the sack. Proper quality sleep gets our creativity going through dreaming, helping you extract the answer that was there all along!

“ I will find calm.”

Everyone experiences an occasional night of insomnia, but if you find that you are having troubling sleeping for an extended period of time, speak to a licensed physician as soon as possible.

The National Sleep Foundation recommends that adults clock in 7-9 of sleep each night for optimal physical, emotional and mental health, leading to a better quality of life.

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