SAMPLE COURSE Sleep plays a vital role in good health and well-being throughout your life. The way you feel while you are awake depends in part on what happens while you are sleeping. During sleep, your body is working to support healthy brain function and maintain your physical health. During sleep, your parasympathetic system controls your body, and your heart does not work as hard as it does when you are awake. Tune into your circadian rhythm and clock. In the morning, your body releases hormones that promote alertness, such as cortisol, which helps you wake up. Other hormones have 24-hour patterns that vary throughout your life. The way your body handles fat varies according to various circadian clocks, including those in the liver, fat, and muscle. For example, the circadian clocks make sure that your liver is prepared to help digest fats at appropriate times. Your body may handle fat differently if you eat at unusual times. Utilise this wonderful selection of yoga, meditation and soundbath videos to cultivate a restful state, yoga will help you step away from your thoughts encourage a mind-body connection, and help relax the body before sleep. Meditation to manage anxious thoughts, and stress and sound therapy to entrain brainwaves and help you drift off to the best night's sleep. Click on the STEPS button to access the FREE videos.
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