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Sleep sensitivity

Published on 28 December 2020 at 10:15

Sleep sensitivity is caused by too many stimuli, by stress, burnout, trauma and so on. We all have to deal with it at some point - especially now during the corona period. Are there more and more people who cannot sleep or fall asleep.

Sleep sensitivity is not just about clean sheets, fresh air, but about waking up in the middle of the night and not being able to get to sleep, and so on. Below are a number of tips on how to deal with it.



What should you do with Sleep sensitivity?


Don't get out of bed! Make sure your body stays in a relaxed position, this is the only way to get back to sleep.

Your batteries are not even charged yet and you are, as it were, already draining because your ego wakes up, directs your body to become active.


A common problem is that you cannot fall asleep, do not stay in the relaxed mode after waking up. This is because your (head) gives you an active signal, as it were. Your stress, burnout, fear, sadness cause your ego (brain) to be stimulated and activate your body with all its consequences.



What you can do! ....


Is simply to stay in contact with your entire body or you have to go back into your body, as it were. Lie on your back, legs and arms straight - possibly lay your arms relaxed on your body - if it feels easier for you.

Watch your breathing, breathe from your stomach!

  • Visualize from your toes you see a golden flow flowing through each fiber, keep focused on your breath and watch it flow.
  • Watch the golden glow flow up to your head and back to your heart.
  • Then from your heart flows from a golden glow towards your toes and your head and so on. Repeat this process at least 3 times, or until you feel relaxed.
  • Because your focus shifts, your fear also shifts to a normal level.
    Because you focus on your body, you relax and fall asleep again.




Another important sleep fact!

Your ego (head) is the only one that wakes up, your body reacts to this. So your body is still in sleep mode, your head is the one that takes action - through excessive thinking, stress and so on

Your body is still at rest when you urinate - it wakes up because the ego, your brain experiences stress, wakes up and, as it were, this causes you to wake up in the middle of the night or very early in the morning. the morning. Accepting that it is so is the basis of. 

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