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LASA 1
Data Tracking Sheet
Data A
Fill out this form every morning for 3 days.
Day| 1| 2| 3| Average scores/Amounts|
What did you do during the 30 minutes before bed?(routine, brushed teeth, etc…)| Brushed teeth, watched T.V.| Brushed teeth, Watched T.V.| Brushed teeth, Watched T.V.| | What time did you go to bed last night?| 9pm| 1130pm| 10pm| | How long did it take to fall asleep?| 60 mins| 2 hours| 60 mins| 80 mins| Did you wake up during your sleep? How many times? How long? | Yes, about 10 times, about ten to fifteen mins each time| Yes, once, about an hour and a half| Yes, about 6 times, about 15 mins each| 5.67x, average 40 mins each time| Did you get out of bed?| Yes, once| yes| Yes. once| Yes| What time did you get up?| 6am| 7am| 6 am| |

How much total sleep did you get?| About 7 hrs| 5 hrs| 6 hrs| 6| Rate your restfulness on a scale of 1-10(1 = no restfulness)(10 = fully rested)| 3| 5| 3| 3.67| Anything usual that could have impacted sleep (feeling sick, significant other snoring, etc…)| I have a nerve issue in my neck right now that affects my whole right arm and hand, I wake in pain all night every night, and once to use the bathroom| I took a muscle relaxer when I woke in the middle of the night and couldn’t fall back asleep due to pain.| Same issues with pain as the previous nights.| | Other comments you want to track or make note of| | | | |

Data B
Fill out this form every morning for 3 days after reading, researching, and practicing breathing technique. This needs to include using the breathing technique after entering bed, being quiet, in the dark, with the breathing technique done at least 10 times. Day| 1| 2| 3| Average scores/Amounts|

What did you do during the 30 minutes before bed?(routine, brushed teeth, etc…) | Brush teeth, Breathing routine, center point to focus.| Brush teeth, Breathing routine, Dark room| Brush teeth, Breathing routine, | | What time did you go to bed last night?| 930 pm| 1030 pm| 11 pm| | How long did it take to fall asleep?| 45 mins| 30 mins| 20 mins| 31.66| Did you wake up during your sleep? How many times? How long? | Yes, about 9 times, about 10 to 15 mins| Yes, about 5 times, a couple of minutes each time.| Yes, three times, a few mins each time.| 5.67x, about 6 min average| Did you get out of bed?| Yes, once| No| Yes | |

What time did you get up?| 530 am| 6 am| 7 am| |
How much total sleep did you get?| 6.5 hrs| 7 hrs| 6.5 hrs| 6.66| Rate your restfulness on a scale of 1-10(1 = no restfulness)(10 = fully rested)| 4| 6| 5| 5| Anything usual that could have impacted sleep (feeling sick, significant other snoring, etc…)| Pain | Pain, new pain medication started| Pain reduced| | Other comments you want to track or make note of| | I used breathing exercise to go back to sleep when awoken| Same as previous, both nights shortening the time I stayed awake after being awoken.| |

You can include the rest of your paper here. (Feel free to use the below outline, or create your own.) Introduction to Breathing
*include things researched about breathing, sleeping problems, and what this paper is going to cover. The scientific community is studying Kundalini techniques, such as alternate nostril breathing, that are currently being practiced to help people manage anxiety, insomnia, and other sleep disorders. When you want to calm yourself to get to sleep, either before you go to bed, or when you wake up in the night, try gently holding the right nostril closed with your finger, and breathe deeply and slowly through your left nostril for at least 3 minutes. Then release your fingers and breathe normally. “I rest well. I sleep peacefully, and I awaken with joy” Louise Hay

Your nose is exceptionally clever. Simply by practicing a few rounds of alternate nostril breathing (pranayama) for a few minutes each day, you can help restore...
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