My sleeping pattern is insanely bad, during the week I tend to sleep no more than seven hours, with most nights sitting at around six to six and a half hours. Then I go and have a bank of sleep at the weekend to cover what I’ve missed. I do get heavily distracted during the week and struggle to take myself to bed but when I do it takes me a long time to fall asleep. Here are some of the best ways to help enhance your sleep:
Sleepex*- I’ve never tried sleeping pills as I don’t feel my sleeping problems are that bad but the new Jodie Marsh range of tablets includes Sleepex. The tablets are specially formatulated with a combination of ingredients including hops which support normal sleep patterns and magnesium which contributes to a reduction in tiredness and fatigue both of which can be made worse by a lack of sleep. The tablets are only £9.99 and you take 2 capsules about half an hour before sleep and after using them for a week I did find that I was falling asleep much easier.
Sleeping Sprays- A few times I’ve been to hotels and have small bottles of This Works Deep Sleep Pillow Spray included within the rooms so I’ve managed to try this out a few times. The spray is designed to be put on both the pillow and your wrist to enhance your sleep and help you fall asleep quicker and wake up feeling more refreshed. With essential oils used including Lavender, Wild Camomile and Vetivert it’s designed to soothe the body and mind and I found when using it that I was more relaxed which did help me fall asleep a bit quicker than normal.
Fresh bedsheets- Now you know you can’t have fresh bedsheets every single night but I do find that I fall asleep better and quicker when I have nice fresh clean sheets which is why I clean them more often than I used to. There’s nothing better than sinking into a fresh bed after a long day and still smelling the sweet post laundry smell.