Sleep is fundamental to our health and wellbeing plus a huge part of the human experience, on average we spend 26 years of our lives asleep, and an astounding 7 years trying to get to sleep. With that in mind, maximising the quality of our sleep is key to increasing our productivity, reducing stress and improving our wellbeing. It is integral to function in our day-to-day lives, without sleep we are less likely to perform to the best of our ability.
So, if you’re struggling with insomnia, or feel like you could improve the quality of your sleep then continue reading.
Despite it being 2022, the need to spread the message of International Women’s Day is still very much a present issue. From scary news reports of endless female victims, posters about drink spiking awareness, a wage gap between genders and other modern and old fashion prejudice.
We can, however, come together to celebrate women’s day and gender equality. Join us on March 8th to spread the word.
By paying attention to our own thoughts and needs, we are able to provide strength and nourishment to physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. Due to this reparation period, we’re able to be more efficient, productive and supportive for other friends and family.
After all, you can’t pour from an empty cup.