Sleep Better

For a Healthy Lifestyle

Wake up refreshed!

The obvious side effect of not getting enough sleep is feeling flat-out awful. What you might not know is what good sleep actually does for you.

Getting enough sleep means getting through your day without feeling bleary-eyed and reaching for a not so stellar pick-me-up.

  • Prioritizing good sleep is good self-care.

  • Never underestimate the power of a hot shower, clean sheets and a long nap.

  • Improve your focus with better sleep.*

Good sleep…

  • Keeps your immune system in check
  • Regulates blood sugar
  • Reduces carb cravings
  • Supports your metabolism

Not getting enough sleep?

The good news is we can turn that around and make sure that getting 7-8 hours of sleep each night is not the elusive unicorn it once was.

*Sources: NHS

One Simple Change

Create a bed-time routine!

Run a hot bath and place a few drops of a high quality essential oil, such as lavender, in the water. Diffuse more relaxing oils in your bedroom. Turn all household lights to low or burn candles. Drink a cup of warm relaxing herbal tea. Avoid your mobile phone. Meditate or practice slowing breathing. Use sound to help, whether it is ambient white noise or soft soothing music.