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Meditation For A Good Night

Meditation For A Good Night

Learn to calm your mind on demand, and you’ll find it easier to drift off at night.

If you’re new to meditation practice, it helps to find a point of focus. It could be the sound of your breath or a simple phrase that you repeat in your head, like “I am at peace.”

At first, you may struggle to tune out your thoughts. It’s OK to stop after a minute or two -- but try again the next night. Over time, you’ll be able to meditate longer.


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    When you need a snack closer to bedtime, reach for something light and healthy.

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