We Help People To Sleep Naturally
Can’t sleep? The blogs on this page explore sleep problems in more detail so you can better understand what’s keeping you awake at night
Sleep problems explained
Our experience and research has shown that the problem with sleep resides not in your head but in your body. Or at least that’s where it starts. What you eat, how your cells function and the ease at which your body maintains balance (or homeostasis) is where the secret to sleep is to be found. Sleep hygiene has a part to play but what we know is, when it comes to good quality sleep, what matters most is your internal environment, not the external one.
Sleep hygiene is only part of the sleep problem
But before you go and chuck out the lavender oil with the Epsom salt bath water, we’re not dismissing “sleep hygiene” altogether, we should clarify here that we have a somewhat different take on it. When we think “sleep hygiene” we think of factors which help to set the scene for sleep because our external environment does indeed strongly influence our internal environment. But getting a good night’s sleep needs more than meditation and comfy mattresses, as one of Sophie’s clients, Lorraine, recently put it:
Read our blog posts below to find out more about our approach and common causes that are contributing to the insomnia epidemic. Here is where we explain the common myths, facts, news stories concerning sleep problems so you can better understand what could be keeping you awake in the middle of the night. If you have any questions or comments please get in touch socially or via email, we’d love to hear from you.