Tag Archives: insomnia

LifeRhythms Radio: Episode 31 – The Power of Rest and ‘Sound’ Sleeping – Featured Guest: LifeRhythms

Peaceful Rest during Cosmic Transition, a personalized piece of music for those desiring better rest and wellbeing – designed by LifeRhythms (www.liferhythms.us).

Welcome to Episode 31 of LifeRhythms Radio!

Are you getting enough rest at night? Do you feel plagued by insomnia? In this day and age, there are many resources available for this large problem. The question is… are any of these solutions resonating with YOU? In this episode, Robert talks about the power and importance of having personalized music for your mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing. You will hear “Peaceful Rest during a Cosmic Transition” – a piece of music that was originally designed for a healer and later became available for the masses so they can get better rest.

Your Life. Your Rhythm. This is the tagline of LifeRhythms – a powerful and innovative business founded by Robert Alexander and host / producer of LifeRhythms Radio. Because everyone lives their lives differently, Robert wanted to create a platform that offered support and music that is tailored specifically for his clients all over the world. And guess what? Those who have explored this option have benefitted tremendously! And… of course many of them are getting amazing rest… and more! Enjoy this special episode and as always – ‘stay tuned’ !

About LifeRhythms and Robert Alexander:

Robert Alexander is the founder and visionary behind LifeRhythms – a business that focuses on creating personalized pieces of music, private sessions and group immersions to help promote wellness, wellbeing and (individual and community) connectivity. As an Audio Alchemist, Robert creates personalized pieces of music for coaches, healers, yoginis, hypnotherapists, Reiki masters and other businesses for use in their offices and promotional media.

He also creates personalized audio products and offers private sessions (via phone, person and online) to help individuals with their relationship with anxiety, PTSD, addiction, depression, insomnia and other physical, mental and emotional conditions that affect everyday moods and wellbeing. Robert has also created personalized pieces of music for those who have been diagnosed with cancer, moving through major life transitions, experiencing menopause and desiring alternative solutions for wellbeing.

Robert is a transformational music artist and has music under the moniker “Evlov” is featured on platforms such as iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and Pandora. His music is available worldwide and has albums available for sale in physical and digital formats.

To stream and/or purchase this transformational piece of music, visit the links below:

Bandcamp: https://evlov.bandcamp.com/track/peaceful-rest-during-cosmic-transition
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/evlov/peaceful-rest-during-cosmic-transition
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWC_UscjKgw

For more information about Robert Alexander, visit the links below:

Phone: 805-699-5298
Email: liferhythmscreativestudio@gmail.com
LifeRhythms (Personalized Music & Private Support): liferhythms.us
Evlov Music: Bandcamp, Soundcloud, Pandora, Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Mixcloud

Graphic Design: liferhythms.us/portfolio
Facebook (Personal): facebook.com/inliferhythm
Facebook (Professional): https://www.facebook.com/yourliferhythm/
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/liferhythms/
Instagram: @inliferhythm
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/YourLifeRhythm

For more information about LifeRhythms Radio (guest spots, advertising sponsorships, partnerships, etc):
please contact Robert Alexander directly at liferhythmsradioshow@gmail.com.
Also visit: www.liferhythms.us, or call Robert directly at 805-699-5298.

Join the LifeRhythms Radio Community online:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liferhythmsradioshow/
Instagram: @liferhythmsradioshow

SNAP! Dr. Bunny Discusses Sleep Issues

masked

Jes Scott in Dr. Bunny’s hypnotherapy chair

Join Dr. Bunny and Jes Scott to learn the secrets to a great night’s sleep. This is Part 1 in the  Sleep Series. Please send us questions about your sleep concerns to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mercurybroadcasting/?fref=ts and be entered into our $100.00 contest!

At some point in their lives, for any number of reasons, nearly all Americans will have difficulties sleeping.  Poor sleeping patterns or habits can effect anything from moods, to diet and out of the ordinary weight change, to memory loss and cognitive executive functioning.  When moods change, or weight, or memory, one of the first things to look for is your sleeping patterns.

Here are some simple steps to take that will help you to sleep better tonight:

1.  Create a bedtime habit.

Try going to bed and getting up  at the same time every day, even on weekends.

We are creatures of habit, and our sleep is no exception. By consistently going to bed and getting up at the same time, we condition our body to follow a regular pattern of sleep. This allows our body’s natural clock, called a circadian rhythm, to help initiate and maintain our sleep.

2.  Try to create a bedroom that you enjoy and are comfortable in.

Is your bedroom quiet, dark, cool, and comfortable?

Studies find that sleeping in a cool environment is most conducive to sleep. By eliminating excess noise and light, we can minimize the disruptions that might wake us up. In addition, the bedroom should be a relaxing place and not a source of stress.

3.  Remember the primary purpose of  your bedroom.

Bedrooms are for sleeping and sex, not for watching television or doing work.

Somehow we have managed to make the bedroom a multipurpose room. All electronics must be removed! Televisions, gaming systems, computers, telephones, and various other gadgets are stimulating and disruptive to sleep. Don’t allow them in your bedroom and don’t use them in the brief period before going to bed. Even the small amount of light from a computer screen in the evening hours can stimulate your brain into thinking it is time to be awake. Moreover, do not use the bedroom to do work as these activities are likewise stimulating and will disrupt your sleep.

4.  Refrain from stimulants if possible.

Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine 4-6 hours before bedtime.

Caffeine can be found in expected places like coffee, soda pop, or tea, but also in unexpected foods like chocolate. As a stimulant it will keep you awake, even if used nearly six hours before bed. Likewise, nicotine will disrupt your sleep. And contrary to common practice, an alcoholic “nightcap” can actually make your sleep worse. Though it may cause you to become drowsy, alcohol fragments the stages of your sleep and makes it more disrupted.  A critical stage in the sleep process is called REM, for Rapid Eye Movement.  When alcohol-induced sleep occurs, the brain and body actually skips this step and you end up with restless sleep.

For more information on Hypnotherapy and sleep or other issues,

Please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at:

(805) 482-8111

E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

http://bunnyvreeland.org/

http://vreelandcollege.org/

Dr. Bunny

Previous Shows