Here at Hypnos we take sleep incredibly seriously, after all it keeps us healthy, charges our mind and body and ensures we’re happy and content.
For the last several months, we've been asking the general public how well they sleep. It turns out that generally they are not sleeping well. On average, they have rated their sleep quality at 4.6 out of 10, so there is plenty of room for improvement.
As well as making comfy beds to give you the best night’s sleep, we also work closely with our resident sleep specialist, Natalie Pennicotte-Collier [MSC, MBCT, D.CHyp, MNCH, DHybKG, Reg CNHC], to offer advice on how you can improve all aspects of your sleep. So whether you’re a new parent looking for some extra time to snooze, or are working full-time and juggling a demanding lifestyle, the below beditations can help you on your sleep journey.
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How to cope with stress during the menopause
The menopause can create a lot of stress, impacting a woman's wellbeing & reducing the quality of their sleep & health. Our resident sleep expert, Natalie Pennicotte-Collier, has recorded a peaceful meditation to help you manage this stressful time & slip into a gentle slumber.
Our sleep expert, Natalie Pennicotte-Collier, has created this audio sleep aid which encourages a moment of pure wellbeing. This uses a range of different techniques to bring mind and body together in pure relaxation that will you achieve a deeper and more natural sleep.
How to sleep in unfamiliar places
The below beditation will help you achieve a restful night’s sleep whilst travelling and in unfamiliar environments.
A Guided Relaxation
Our sleep expert, Natalie, has put together an audio clip to lead you through a guided relaxation exercise. It's called mindfulness and uses recognised techniques to help alleviate stress and improve relaxation.
So if you struggle with getting to sleep, or even if you just feel as though your quality of sleep could be improved, please just give this a go for a night...
Calm under pressure
Students are taking exams & pressure levels are riding high for the whole family. Our wellbeing expert, Natalie Pennicotte-Collier, has created this relaxing audio designed to help all family members through this stressful time, with some easy mindfulness practices.
Stress and pressure
Stress and pressure can make getting to sleep difficult. Listen to our sleep expert, Natalie Pennicotte-Collier recorded meditation here. Designed to help everyone find calm before going to sleep and build confidence for the day ahead.
How to sleep easier with Chronic Pain
Another approach that may help ease chronic pain related insomnia is called relaxation training. In relaxation training, you learn how to progressively relax your muscles and meditate to achieve body relaxation, helpful to ease a racing mind and any pain irritation and improving your focus away from sleep-stealing thoughts. You can try Natalie's pain management meditation below:
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