Sweet Dreamz

Catching enough ZZZ's is as important to good health as eating right and working out. Sleep is when our bodies rest, cardiac function slows, and memories are fixed and consolidated. Make sure you're getting enough

Why I should care?
Mental health

Sleep and mental health are closely linked. If you don't sleep deeply, or for long enough, chances are you'll wake up feeling irritated, short-tempered and vulnerable to stress. It's not all about mood, our mental state can be affected by sleep too

Body fat

There's a consistent link between less sleep and a higher percentage of body fat. That's because people who stay awake for longer have more opportunity to late-night snack. Often, we feel hungrier on nights when we stay up late, or on the following day when over-tired

appetite

Insufficient sleep alters your levels of leptin and ghrelin, the hormones responsible for regulating appetite and body fat. Leptin, released by fat cells, tells the brain it's time to feel satisfied. Ghrelin, produced in the stomach, signals hunger

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A blend of all-natural sleep inducers, including Montmorency Cherry and Chamomile, to promote a deep, restorative slumber without the morning grogginess. Wake up feeling refreshed and energised, ready to take on the day ahead. Consume Sweet Dreamz an hour before bed

DID YOU KNOW?
Most of us need around 8 hours of good-quality sleep a night to function properly
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The average person falls asleep in seven minutes
LATEST ARTICLE
Why do we dream?
15.12.2019 Dr Sula Windgassen
The Activation-Synthesis Model of dreaming proposes that certain circuits in the brain become activated and the brain attempts to synthesize this activity, finding meaning in these signals
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