I've been struggling with post-lorazepam taper insomnia for several months now (and making a little progress!) and @Wayne kindly provided me with this link, which shows a pose or position which, according to naturopath Stephen Stiteler, will balance the ANS within 14 days, when done daily for 30 minutes. https://www.healthrising.org/forums...nce-autonomic-nervous-system-in-14-days.4332/ I don't know if it will rebalance the system; however, I can say with certainty that it is extremely relaxing - after 15 minutes, I can feel my brain calm down, sort of like a small hit of valium or something, and within 20 minutes I'm on the verge of sleep, and I never sleep during the day unless I'm very sick. A few times I have fallen asleep while doing it (and now set a timer). Here's a link to an article about Dr. Stiteler which also has a picture about halfway down of him doing the pose: http://www.lasplash.com/publish/Hawaii_Health_and_Beauty_Review/dr-stephen-stiteler-naturpath.php After reading about him, I went to see him last week in Los Angeles for sleep. He gave me a homeopathic remedy, a Bach flower remedy, some little magnets to be used for self-acupuncture (! very interesting), and told me to do this pose twice a day. I think it's all helping a little. The way I do it is I place a mat on the floor in front of my couch or an armchair. I lay on the mat, place my thighs at a 90 degree angle to my body and rest my legs on the chair or couch. My cat often joins me as I provide an nice cushion for her!