admin — April 1, 2007, 12:43 am

Yoga Helps You Sleep Better than Sleeping Pills?

The Telegraph reports about an upcoming research project which aims to show Yoga helps people reach stage IV sleep sooner.

Cutting-edge science is trying to explain how the traditional Indian system of meditation and exercises calms the mind — by mapping changes in the brain during sleep and while awake.

The study will begin soon at Swami Vivekananda Yoga Research Foundation, a deemed university near Bangalore, with support from the Indian Council of Medical Research. It is expected to help treat insomnia among the aged and infirm.

In the US I think we are a bit quick to treat symptoms instead of looking at the issue.

Away from the web I am a bit introverted, and despite being a young male I do not even think of sexual attraction or personal appearance all that much. When I exercise a bunch there is a noticable difference in my appetite (I tend to eat less and healthier) and sexual desire (in a word, more…), etc.

Much of my life is rather sedentary, so I can say that I don’t normally desire sex much unless I am physically inactive

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