You can’t beat drinking chocolate for a good night’s sleep
Chamomile tea before bed.
Lavender pillow mist & hot drinks (either hot milk or specialised nighttime teas).
Hot choc n a soft duvet
A warm bath always helps me get to sleep
Warm bath and a milky drink and then reading before bed…..always works ?
Don’t have any children in the house!
I drink decaffinated coffee from lunchtime and have found I sleep much better than when I was still drinking non-decaffinated coffee until the evening!
Deep relaxation exercises and a few drops of lavender essential oil on the pillow helps.
never have the bedroom to warm, relax with a warm drink like Horlicks and a good book
No screen time an hour before bedtime and having the right room temperature helps.
I think you must stick to a routine no matter what that is that works for you, for me its bath, and bed, milk and lights out
magnesium oil spray is amazing for helping you sleep
A good film makes me relax
a good routine, no electronics an hour before bed, and lavender mist on your pillow
What works for me is listening to an audio book or podcast – totally stops my mind from going over any concerns or worries so I soon fall asleep – auto switch off after an hour so easy to find your place the next evening! ( I use ear buds from ipad so that I don’t disturb my husband)
I wish I knew! I have nightmare every night and get up the next morning feeling wrecked!
No electronics in the bedroom ?
A good mattress and a nice sprinkle of fragrance on the pillow xx
A nice warm bath (for them and, later, for me!)!
Declutter the mind THROUGH MINDFULNESS – practice – it works
Chamomile tea and lavender body lotion x
I listen to white noise on my head phones …sends me straight to sleep!
Try to go to sleep and get up at the same time everyday, get as much natural sunlight as possible, move vigorously during the day – don’t sit for more than an hour, limit caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and big meals at night, take time for relaxing activities before sleep and create a calm and restful sleep environment
Reading a good book before drifting off.
Lavender Pillow Spray
A cup of horlicks before bed.
45 mins reading before I go to bed always helps me get off to sleep
nice warm bath before bed
If I can have a good swim in the local pool after dinner and before my bath, I find I sleep well. Failing that, any one of the widely available pillow sprays is helpful.
Sounds boring but as a chronic insomniac the only thing that works for me is a strict routine, including no lie-ins ?
a nice hot chocolate and some lavender oil
I wish that i had a secret as a good nights rest would be wonderful! Although, i have been drinking de-caff tea and coffee now for the last few months and my sleeping has improved a little, so maybe that does help.
Having a nice dark room helps me sleep
Lavender Pillow Mist
Stick to a routine
Have a nice cool bedroom
Lavender scent and a nice cool room, maybe with the window open x
Do whatever makes you relax and try and have the bedroom t the right temperature.
Snuggles, no phone before bed!
I try to keep as close to a routine as possible. Same time, read a bit and then lights out
I keep the window open slightly during the day and the door closed, to keep the room nice and cool. I also use 100% cotton bedding and a drop of lavender on my pillow.
I’m still trying to figure out the answer to that. I can count on one hand the number of good nights of sleep I’ve had since my 5 year old was born.
its simple… dont have kids! haha
down time, a warm bath and blackout blinds!
a nice warm bath and reading before bed
Have 30 minutes screenfree time before bed, it helps you relax more and switch off
routine relax and best bed linen
A warm bath and milky drink.
Making sure my bedroom isn’t too warm
Black out blinds!
a bath and a good book before bed
Don’t use your mobile phone just before you go to bed
Kick the husband out of bed.
a cool bedroom
WAx earplugs are amazing they mould to you ear and don’t hear a thing apart from my alarm clock.
Cool dark room, fresh sheets
A Lumie lamp can be very helpful if it is set to reduce the levels of lighting in slow phases.
I. Think it’s good to stay active in the day as much as possible this usually works
Reading a book in bed until I’m drowsy
fresh air in the day and then a good book and a not cluttered bedroom works for me!
A good, quality bed/mattress, some fresh air from an open window and a good book before turning in
A cool room and fresh cotton bedding washed in lavender flavoured washing liquid, or should that be lavender scented?
A calming story, a nice quiet room
A cup of tea a snuggle duvet and a soft pillow with lavender drops on it.
Stop using technology an hour before bedtime, have a warm bath, followed by a warm milky drink and a good read snuggled under cosy covers x
Have a bath, some Horlicks, and read a good book x
Nice fresh clean sheets 🙂 xxx
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