Most cases of insomnia often go unrecognised and untreated. When it is left untreated for a prolonged period, you risk turning it into depression, anxiety, loneliness, hypertension and possibly even death in older patients. Thus, a rigorous effort in curing and preventing it should be made.
Effects of Lack of Sleep
According to research, one-fourth of the population suffers from sleep disorders, and over six to ten percent of them are insomnia patients. People with insomnia suffer daytime symptoms such as fatigue, trouble concentrating, and mood disturbances. Also, people with insomnia are more than five times likely to experience anxiety, depression and emptiness.
But insomnia is something indeed impossible to comprehend for some people. If it takes 30 minutes or more to fall asleep or you are awake 30 minutes or more during the night for three times a week, for a month or more, you need some serious help with your sleep patterns. About 50 to 70 percent of Americans are continually suffering from sleep or wakefulness disorder, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
For some people, when the disease is just starting to take place, pills do the job. The help in getting to sleep on time and waking up at the perfect time, thus providing enough rest during the necessary shut-eye. But once the pills start giving way to the endurance of the problem, things get weary.
The Cycle of Thoughts
The problem with people suffering from insomnia is constant thoughts. It is like they are bombarded with self-conscious thoughts and questions. Their mind keeps churning the same ideas over and over again. No matter how hard you try, there will be left over thoughts that will keep coming back to you.
The only way to solve this problem is to divert your energy into something else. You need to take your brain off the auto-pilot mode and let it slow down and then rest. And for most people taking medication for years, this will take a while. No matter how hard you try, no matter how many yoga poses you make, no matter how much you meditate, you will need to take your consciousness off your mind.
The problem sounds physical, but the real question is an energy level. There is a distortion in your natural magnetic field, and you are continually pulling yourself out of the frequency that makes you fall asleep quickly.
Say Goodnight to Insomnia!
The answer is Nitaai Breathing. Find a comfortable place where you won’t be disturbed for a while and exhale “Nitaaaai” sound audibly. Do it for some time. Say 10 minutes. Let it create a channel of energy. Let the sound vibrations of Nitaai flow throughout your body.
You will feel calm. You will feel satisfied with your thought process. You will be content with your thoughts, and your mind will begin to slow down. You will feel relaxed and calm. You will feel better.
And feeling better is the key to improving your state of mind. When you start exhaling the Nitaai sound, you will become more mindful, aware and calm. You will achieve a peaceful state of mind. You will have control. The more you do it, the better you will sleep. The more you exhale “Nitaaaai”, the better your life will be.