By Meesha Kanadia in Sleep , Blogging | 07th February 2018
How often do you wake up feeling un-rested and wishing you could have just one more hour in bed? You're not alone. Many of us feel that they haven't had enough sleep and are yearning to sleep better.
There are many different reasons that you might be having a disturbed sleep, or struggling to get to sleep, such as hormonal imbalances, stress, diet or lifestyle. Therefore it can be difficult to determine what it is that's not allowing you to enjoy your sleep. Yet having a good night's sleep is so important and has many benefits on your well-being, such as:
Scentered – a lifestyle and well-being brand, who offer a unique range of 100% natural, portable aromatherapy balms and therapeutic candles, to help you stay centred, wherever, whenever. We caught up with Scentered’s Co-founder Lara Morgan to find out her top tips on getting a good night’s sleep.
How important is sleep to you?
Sleep has helped me on my personal journey more than I can say. Despite all the short nights, the early starts, the quality of the way I go to bed has never changed in all the years I have worked. I never go straight from a computer screen to bed. There is usually 30 minutes of quite listening to the radio or I can say watching to TV but rarely as I hardly ever bother. I take a break from my idiotic self set standards, those that have made me healthy and wealthy, and I relax with actual planned intent.
What are your top tips on getting a good night’s sleep?
1. Make planned choices for the way you manage the importance of sleep.
This could be by saying no to those mid-week drinks with the girls, or to going to bed that extra half an hour earlier. I’m a very busy person and I’m often meeting people in the day as well as the evening, so I make sure that I have at least one night during my working week where I’m at...