There are a lot of different strategies and techniques that can be implemented to get a better night’s sleep. But the first and most important step, in my opinion, is to harness your ‘What’ and ‘Whys’. When you are clear on what you want and why you want it, you can achieve pretty much anything.
So, you want to improve your sleep? But what exactly do you want to improve? It is important to know exactly what you want your outcome to be. Additionally, you need to know who you want to be after you achieve your outcome. For example: “I want to feel healthy, vibrant and energized throughout the day…” Identity is the strongest force in the universe. Once you will be clear regarding your identity, you might not have to motivate yourself anymore to achieve your goals.
To gain more clarity on what is it you want to improve in your sleep, ask yourself these questions:
- Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
- Do you have trouble sleeping soundly through the night?
- Do you wake up during the night and have trouble falling back to sleep?
- Do you wake up tired?
- Do you often feel like you need to sleep more hours?
- Do you have sleep apnea?
- Do you wake up with a headache in the morning?
- Do you sleep very lightly?
- Do you suffer from chronic insomnia?
- Do you take over the counter or prescription sleep aid and want to be able to go to sleep naturally?
- Or all of the above?
The next step is to ask yourself: ‘Why do you want it’? Even if the response to this question seems the most obvious one – grab a pen and write your answers down. I am sure you will have a lot of reasons for this. List as many as you can think of. These questions might help you come up with additional ‘Whys’:
- How will I benefit from improving my sleep?
- Who else will benefit from this?
- What will I miss out on in life if I don’t improve my sleep?
- What will my life be like if I don’t do anything to change my sleep?
- How will my health be impacted?
- How will my relationship be impacted?
And last, but not least, you need to adopt some empowering night time routine habits and get rid of destructive ones. Analyze and identify your harmful routines first, as awareness by itself can be curative enough. Then, set your new empowering habits that align with your new identity. Schedule them and follow through. Deep change in life comes through tiny habits repeated over time.
I hope that you found this information helpful and will be able to implement this to enhance your sleep. If you need additional assistance to improve your sleep and are ready to take control of your life, click below to schedule your FREE Quantum Biofeedback session, where you will experience sleeping frequencies in work, for yourself:
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