My ‘magic’ trick will help you fall asleep instantly and it’s totally free

A NUTRITION and wellness coach has discovered a “magic trick” that helps people fall asleep quickly.

She told her 160,000 followers online that the hack was life-changing.

A nutritionist has a “magic trick” that helps people fall asleep

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A nutritionist has a “magic trick” that helps people fall asleepPhoto credit: TikTok/liv.ingwell
She was inspired by YouTuber Joe Dispenza

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She was inspired by YouTuber Joe DispenzaPhoto credit: TikTok/liv.ingwell

TikToker Olivia Hedlund (@live a good life) said her two friends fell asleep “immediately” when they tried her relaxation tip.

“It’s a specific breathing technique I learned from Joe Dispenza.” she saidwith reference to the author and YouTuber.

Olivia tried it one night before bed and said it “worked so well.”

First, breathe in deeply through your nose and tense your body.

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“You flex your abs and stomach up to your chest and literally feel the breath going up your spine,” Olivia said.

She continues to breathe deeply until she imagines the breath in the middle of her head.

“You hold it there as long as you can and then you let it go,” the content creator continued.

She recommended doing the breathing technique five times. “You’ll fall asleep immediately,” Olivia promised.

Since its release on June 1, the wellness coach’s video has been viewed more than 3.5 million times.

At InstagramOlivia said she specializes in “gut and hormonal health” and gives wellness tips.

She wrote that she is a practitioner of Functional Nutrition Therapy, or FNTP.

An FNTP “is a holistic nutritionist trained and recognized by the Nutritional Therapy Association,” the statement says NTA.

Her goal is to support people through holistic nutrition.

Dispenza is a New York Times bestselling author and holds a Bachelor of Science Website.

According to his website, he is also a doctor of chiropractic.

She said that if you repeat a breathing technique five times, you will fall asleep "immediately"

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She said that if you repeat a breathing technique five times, you will fall asleep “immediately.”Photo credit: TikTok/liv.ingwell

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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