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"This practice can be done any time of day or night. By day, it will rejuvenate you, leaving you feeling rested and energized. In the evening, this is a wonderful practice to lead you into a blissful night's sleep," Tracee Stanley says, yoga nidra expert and author of Radiant Rest. This 20-minute practice allows your parasympathetic nervous system time to activate, which is known as the "rest and digest" body system. By carving space in your day to stimulate the PNS, your body can tune into its natural self-healing capabilities. Brew yourself some Sakara Sleep Tea, draw up a bath, and settle into the true meaning of self-care. 

 

 

 

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