♥ As of Monday 19 April at 9:30, you will receive a daily e-mail with a link to a written tip on improving your sleeping habits and a recorded relaxation practice to help you fall asleep faster, maintain your sleep and wake up refreshed.
♥ Reading the page will take about 5 minutes, and the relaxation practice takes between 10-15 minutes. So in total, you will spend about 15-20 minutes a day on this journey.
♥ This journey is self-paced, meaning you can read the tips and practise relaxation techniques whenever it suits your schedule. However, it is best to practice the relaxation techniques about one hour before going to sleep or, even better, right before bedtime.
♥ You will have access to the Good Night Sleep Journey for two weeks until 2 May. So if you can’t follow the journey in the week of April 19, you can do it later. Or even better – redo the journey again!
♥ The tips and the recordings are in English.
♥ This journey is accessible for everyone*. You don’t need any special props. Most of the practices can be done directly in bed.
♥ So here is what you get: 5 recorded relaxation practices of 10-15 minutes and 5 tips on how to improve your sleep.
This journey is not specifically designed for people with an official medical diagnosis of any sleep disorder (e.g. insomnia) or for anyone who regularly uses prescribed medication (e.g. sleeping pills, antidepressants). The practices will be helpful; however, we can’t guarantee it will cure your sleep disorder.
This journey is not a substitute for any medical treatment plan, so please continue following your doctor’s advice.