Sleep is a vital part of healing, however many people report poor quality or broken sleep. How to establish better sleep

  • Avoid stimulants that may interfere with sleep, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine. Consumption of stimulants should be finished by 3pm.
  • Turn you bedroom into the ideal sleep environment
    • Cool, dark and quiet
  • Listen to your body – go to sleep when you feel tried (this also means breaking the social media scrolling habit)
  • Don’t watch the clock
  • Wake with the sun! Make the most of morning light, this helps to set your body clock up for the day
  • Maintain a consistent sleep routine
  • Aim to lighten evening meals and fluid intake
  • Remain consistent