Sleep Better In 2017 With These Relaxation Techniques


Have you set your 2017 New Year’s resolutions yet? If so, there are any number of things that can be improved upon in most peoples’ lives. For many, getting better sleep would be a worthwhile resolution to feel healthier and overall better about life. This is especially true for those suffering from insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other related issues. In those cases, Dr. Jay R. Goldman has treatment options that can certainly benefit your pursuit of better sleep in 2017.

Psychology Today recently wrote an article, discussing relaxation techniques that can help you achieve better sleep in the new year.

  • Breathing – Deep, slow breaths have long been lauded for their stress reducing qualities, and that still holds true today. In fact, that is a great way to transition to your nighttime sleep routine. Deep breaths help aid relaxation, reduce muscle tension, slow heart rate, and lower blood pressure.
  • Guided imagery – This focused period of imagination can help the mind direct the body towards positive, desirable responses. There are a number of issues that can be assisted by guided imagery, including relieving stress, reducing anxiety, and preparing for sleep.
  • Progressive relaxation – This technique involves working with one area and muscle group of the body at a time, tensing and relaxing things. In a nightly power down routine, this can enable you to release physical and mental tension.

Have you resolved to sleep better in the new year? For those with insomnia, chronic pain, nightmares, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other issues, that can be much easier said than done. However, Dr. Jay R. Goldman has many treatment options available that can completely change your life. His goal is to get to the root of your issue, and get you back on the path to healthy, restorative sleep. Contact Dr. Jay R. Goldman, today, and set up your appointment.

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