Simple techniques for better sleep

In order to have a good night sleep, your brain needs to slow down. It’s that simple. So how do we slow down the brain?

Let us explain two easy techniques that have helped many people in our office.

1.    Slowing Down your Brainwaves

When we sleep our brain is in a different state than when we are awake. When we are asleep are brain waves are slower. These brain waves are known as Delta waves. Dr. Jeffrey Thompson has simulated these delta brain waves to increase levels of delta brainwave activity and help your brain get into the right state for sleep. It’s simply relaxing music with subtle pulses within the music that guide your brainwaves toward a more relaxed and restful night’s sleep. It really doesn’t get much easier than this. It has helped so many people. It can take minutes for some people or half an hour for others. You can use the delta track if you wake in the night and have trouble getting back to sleep.

Remember, this is a suggestion that works for most people, however it does not work for everyone. It is also important to keep in mind that there is usually a deeper cause of why your brain is having trouble switching off. If you wish to delve deeper into the “WHY” then holistic counselling may help. Check out Frank LaMacchia’s details below.

For more info on the delta sleep system click on the link below,

2.    How to Empty the Mind

Another technique is journaling. You can see this exercise as simply putting thoughts onto paper. This gives your thoughts another place to be rather than annoying you and continually popping into your consciousness whilst trying to fall asleep.

For this exercise. you will need a note book or blank paper and a pen. Do this exercise every night before going to bed.

You can try listening to brainwave music, then start writing down whatever is on your mind. Negative or positive. Write without too much thinking, just whatever comes into your mind, even if it doesn’t make any sense.Try this for a few minutes or until your mind goes blank.

Once those thoughts are expressed, they often stay away and allow you to relax.

Tip: Try crossing out all the negative thoughts and leave the positive ones.

Stay tuned for more tips.

Good luck on your sleeping journey.


Frank La Macchia 


Phone 0414 503 023