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8 Amazing Strategies to Help You Sleep Peacefully Through the Night

Todays' post is all about sleep and how to get good quality sleep when you do finally make it to bed. Sleep is at the forefront of my mind at the moment as I have a baby and am also almost 6 months pregnant with number two! This means that sleep is at a premium for me, and I know I'm not alone.

Sleep is vital for a healthy mind and body and one of the most important ingredients for anti-aging and weight-loss!

Eugene Gabriel is an expert in sleep and works with thousands of people every year helping them to re-prioritise sleep and to get the best sleep possible when they do fall asleep. Below are his top 8 tips for getting a good night's sleep.

Sweet dreams,

Bex xx

 

Tired of lying awake in bed, counting sheep and praying to get some shut eye?
Not many people realize the effect sleep has on the human body and mind. It is as vital for good health as a good diet or exercise for that matter. The National Sleep Foundation carried out research on how much sleep is required by the average adult and the answer came out to be between 7-9 hours per night. Anything less than 7 can lead to an increased risk of physical and mental problems.

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