SOS - Save our Sleep!

Here’s a question – how tired do you feel today? If exhaustion has become your new norm, this month’s content is all about getting more high quality rest and learning (or relearning) how to truly relax. From getting a better night’s sleep to the bedroom mistakes you could be making and what to do about them – we’ll have your shuteye improved in the blink of an eye.

It’s not all about slumber though. We share a one-minute breathing exercise you can do anywhere, anytime, and explore tools to help you calm down when you’re feeling anxious. As always, our well-thy podcast busts commonly-held health myths right into your ears in one 20-minute hit – and this month it’s all about your diet, and it’s one not to be missed.

Leading your journey to better shuteye, more relaxation and better health this month are dietitian Dr Joanna McMillan, naturopathic nutritionist Reece Carter, habit change scientist Dr Gina Cleo, integrative psychologist Leanne Hall and health journalist Casey Beros.

 

 #1 - Share your wellbeing hack
  ...What's your top tip for getting a good night's sleep? 100 Share
 #2 - Share a photo
  …Celebrate your body by sharing a photo of what it can do 100 Share
 #3 - Listen to a podcast
  …Food is not the enemy 150 Listen
 #4 - Read an article
  …Barriers to calm 25 Read
  …Remember relaxing? 25 Read
  …Save our sleep! 25 Read
  …Sleep therapy 101 25 Read
 #5 - Watch a video
  …What's keeping you up at night? 25 Watch
  …Your secret weapon against stress 25 Watch
  …How to (really) get a better night's sleep 25 Watch

 

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