How To Get A Good Night's Sleep šŸ’¤

This Friday was World Sleep Day and believe it or not, it is estimated that 1/3 of people in the UK suffer with sleep problems šŸ’¤. Experts suggest that your sleep isn't solely influenced by your nighttime activities; rather, how you spend your day and transition into the evening also significantly impacts your sleep quality.Ā 

Insomnia can be cruel but luckily there is relief to be found. Let's dive into some of our tips to help you catch those Zzz's and wake up feeling refreshed and revitalised!

Haldi ka Doodh - Golden Milk

Try a cup of warm golden milk, a turmeric-based evening tonic. Not only does it taste divine, but it also helps to quieten the mind, reduce inflammation, boost the mood and promote sound sleep. You can find our home-made recipe here.

Bedtime Storytime

Who says bedtime stories are just for kids? Treat yourself to a dose of escapism before bed by curling up with a good book. Whether it's a thrilling mystery, a heartwarming romance, or a captivating fantasy, getting lost in a story can help quiet your mind and ease you into a restful sleep..

The Power of Ylang Ylang...

Sure, you've heard about the calming properties of lavender essential oil, but have you tried ylang ylang? Infuse your entire day with the soothing scent of ylang ylang ā€“ from your morning shower gel to your midday yoga session, and even on your pillows at bedtime. It's like a scented hug for your senses.

Legs up the wall

Ever tried the "Legs-Up-the-Wall" pose? It's like hitting the reset button for your nervous system. Simply lie on your back with your legs up against a wall for a few minutes and feel the stress melt away. Adding a bolster under your hips is a great bonus too.

You'll be so zen by bedtime that counting sheep will be a thing of the past!


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