Alaska Sleep Education Center

Breathing Habits To Help You Fall Asleep

Posted by Linda Gimmeson on Oct 5, 2020 5:32:00 AM

Nearly one in three Americans reports having difficulty getting a good night's sleep. For some this is just a temporary inconvenience brought about by stresses in life, physical discomfort, or children that need our attention. For others, chronic insomnia is robbing us of our time, our energy, and even our health.

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Topics: breathing, get better sleep, sleep hygiene, meditation

Best Practices for Non-Duality and the Peaceful Sleep It Brings

Posted by Jennifer Hines on Sep 28, 2020 9:57:59 AM


Letting go of a dualistic mindset allows you to soak in the present. Living in the past or worrying about your future leads you nowhere. To
savor the beauty of the now, do not focus on all that your mind feeds on daily.

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Topics: meditation, mindfulness

How Mindfulness Leads to Great Sleep

Posted by Stacy Walden on Jun 30, 2020 4:30:00 AM

Have you been struggling with insomnia? Whether it’s due to our current societal climate, stress from personal or work life, or that you’ve never optimized your nighttime routine there are many factors and reasons catching Z’s can be difficult. In fact, 1 in 3 adults doesn’t get enough sleep (that is, at least seven hours per night) according to the CDC. Our minds are actively engulfed in the media, relationships, obligations, and other distractions that make it difficult to shut off and recharge. That being said, being mindful of these set-backs is the first step in getting back on track.

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Topics: relax, meditation, mindfulness

The Best Solutions for Insomnia Caused by Job Stress

Posted by Sally Norton on Sep 24, 2019 9:56:00 AM

Whether you love or hate your job, it can get very stressful. You probably know that feeling when everything is going all right and you have it all under control. But in a matter of seconds, it all changes.

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Topics: insomnia, stress, jobs, meditation

Habits Proven by Science to Help You Get Quality Sleep

Posted by Izabelle Horn on Jul 30, 2019 9:33:00 AM

Getting adequate sleep is as essential as eating a healthy diet and doing regular exercise. Sleep deprivation can have a negative impact on brain function, hormones, and physical performance. It can also increase the risk of diseases, such as heart illness and diabetes.

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Topics: sleep hygiene, remedies, meditation

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