Getting into Deeper Sleep

Updated: Jan 29

A good nights sleep begins the moment you wake up. What you do during the day has a direct impact on how you will sleep. Good quality sleep is the ultimate game changer that often gets overlooked.

Reassess your Sleep Hygiene

If you have trouble getting into deep sleep, maybe it's time to re-assess your sleep hygiene. Do you have a wind down routine? Is your bedroom set to emanate tranquility to help you fall asleep easier? What are you having in the day that keeps you from having a good night's sleep?

Here are the 4 key pillars to getting into deeper sleep:

1. Optimise your bedroom (temperature, bedding, black-out curtains, soothing scents, white noise)

2. Set a wind-down routine (dim the lights, unplug from electronics, your own relaxing ritual)

3. Set your sleep schedule (waking and going to sleep at the same time everyday even on weekends, prioritizing sleep)

4. Cultivate good habits in the day (caffeine curfew, not eating too late)

As a general guideline, make sure you have your last meal at least 2-4 hours before bed time. And to help your body regulate its natural sleep-wake cycle, be asleep between by 10 pm. Having a wind down routine such as dimming the lights one hour before bedtime and switching on rela

Supplementing for a good night's sleep

One of the key ingredients in our Deep Sleep product is inositol -- a compound that has been found to reduce anxiety by stimulating the production of the "feel-good" neurotramsmitters serotonin and dopamine. When taken before bedtime, it can significantly improve sleep quality. Studies show it can ameliorate a wide range of mental health disorders including depression, panic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive behavior. This supplements blends inositol with melatonin, 5HTP and theanine -- all of which promote restful sleep.