To empower you with knowledge on natural ways to help you overcome sleeping difficulties so that you can once again feel refreshed from a good night's sleep
Sleep can make a real difference to how we function in the day. Amongst other things, lack of sleep can effect how hungry we are, our brain function, or physical strength and endurance, our mood and happiness and our skin and health. You don't have to suffer - there are techniques and resources to help improve the quality of our sleep.
Websites Offering Support:
Hey Sigmund – Where the Science of Psychology Meets the Art of Being
has many articles aimed at helping sleep, dreams & nightmares.
has a factsheet you can download on healthy sleep.
Sleep is important to your physical and mental health. It allows your mind to digest and make sense of the day’s events. It prepares your brain for learning new things the next day. During sleep your brain even cleans itself! Simply put, sleep is essential for life and getting the proper amount of sleep helps us cope better with whatever life brings our way. This resource will help you develop better sleeping habits.
aims to improve sleep hygiene, health, and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free resources. Boasting the largest collection of aggregated data on sleep surfaces on the web (over 95,000 customer experiences from nearly 1,000 individual sources), Tuck aims to power consumers, sleep professionals, and the troubled sleeper looking for answers. Check back often for updates and expanded sleep product information.
The Insomnia Workbook for Teens: Skills to Help You Stop Stressing and Start Sleeping Better
If you’re like many other teens, you probably aren’t getting enough sleep. And is it any wonder? Between early school start times, social media, electronic devices, extracurricular activities, and late-night homework—teens are at the highest risk of any age group for sleep deprivation. And in the long run, insomnia can lead to a host of health and mental health issues—including diabetes and depression. So, how can you cultivate a healthy sleep routine, so you can be your best?
The Insomnia Workbook for Teens offers proven-effective tips and strategies to help you get to sleep and stay asleep. You’ll learn about the different reasons you may experience insomnia, target your own “sleep disrupters” like caffeine and sugar, and discover skills for managing these disrupters so you can stop feeling drowsy and grumpy every day.
It’s hard being a teen in today’s fast-paced world. And it’s even harder to reach your goals when you’re feeling tired and run-down. Based on up-to-the-minute science, this workbook will give you real solutions for overcoming insomnia and getting those much-needed zzzs.
Being a teenager can be hard. It can feel like there is no-one you can to turn to, no-one who will understand that you have problems sleeping, get anxious about tests, or panic at the thought of a presentation.
This book will teach you easy solutions using EFT (tapping), acupressure points, breathing techniques and more to help with some key issues:
•Stress and Anxiety
Kimberly Willis, PhD is a therapist based in Sheffield, UK. Working with children, teens and adults.
Do you lie in bed for hours, staring at the clock? Do you wake up feeling groggy and slow? Lack of sleep can do a lot more make you have a bad morning—it can hurt your mental and physical health. Today we’re going to show you why getting that shuteye is so important and teach you five easy ways to get all the refreshing sleep you need.
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