Who Can We Help?

Major Sleep disorders

If you have been diagnosed with a sleeping disorder like sleep apnea or other sleep-related respiratory condition, our solution can still be used alongside your current course of treatment to improve your quality of sleep. Contact our support team for assistance.

Minor sleep disturbances

If you haven’t been diagnosed with any specific sleeping disorder, but still struggle with sleeping issues, we can definitely help you. Impaired sleep can be effectively treated by making minor changes at home and does not require medical intervention.

How do i know if i have sleeping issues?

I can't fall asleep

I am tired and ready to fall asleep when I go to bed BUT I can’t fall asleep because I can’t get comfortable. I toss & turn and can’t seem to find a comfortable position.

I wake up in the middle of the night

I fall asleep at bedtime, but then I wake up in the middle of the night and I can’t fall back to sleep. I don’t have a problem finding a comfortable position, and don’t toss and turn.

I'm never comfortable

When I go to bed, I can usually fall asleep easily. Sometimes, I wake up multiple times per night. Sometimes I don’t. But I RARELY wake up refreshed or well rested.

Which scenario best describes you?

I'm Never Comfortable

When I go to bed, I have a hard time relaxing and finding a comfortable position which makes it difficult to fall asleep quickly.

This is most likely due to your body not being able to relax fully, even when you're not consciously awake. This state prevents your brain from going into a deep sleep mode, and you wake up still tired.

If this sounds like you:

My Partner Is Disturbing My Sleep

My partner tosses and turns all night and although they seem to sleep through the night, I am constantly woken up by their constant movement in bed.

Nobody knows a person's sleep habits better than their bedmate. If your partner is having difficulty with sleep, then so are you. There are many possible causes. But also many possible solutions. And some of them you can even try tonight!

If this sounds like you:

I wake up in the middle of the night

I never seem to sleep right through the night. I always wake up in the middle of the night and can't get back into a comfortable position long enough to fall back asleep.

Your muscles and nervous system are telling you that there is an imbalance in your body that normal diet and exercise are not providing.

If this sounds like you:

I can't fall asleep

I am uncomfortable and can't stay in the same position as my body can't seem to settle down and relax long enough to fall asleep.

The problem could be a mineral deficiency. Your muscles and nervous system are looking for a way to relax so you can sleep. Changing positions won't help. Once you provide your body with what it is looking for, you may get the results you want.

If this sounds like you:

What kind of sleeper are you?

Answer these questions to see if we can help you sleep better.

common sleep questions

Good sleep quality is usually defined by the following characteristics: You fall asleep within 30 minutes of going to bed. You sleep straight through the night, waking up no more than once per night. You sleep the recommended amount of hours for your age group.

For most adults, the best amount of sleep seems to range between 7 to 8 hours per night, with teenagers needing about 9 hours. 

Cooler is better. A good bedroom temperature for optimal sleep ranges between 15.5°C to 20°C (60°F to 68°F).

Over time, chronic sleep deprivation can lead to very serious health problems like high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart attacks. Our nervous system is particularly affected by a lack of sleep which can cause us to become drowsy and hinder our ability to concentrate. Many other problems are linked to not enough sleep such as weight gain, depression and a weak immune system. 

If you find yourself dozing off in the middle of the day, that’s a clear sign you haven’t had enough sleep. Falling asleep within five minutes of lying down could also indicate that you didn’t have enough sleep the previous night. 

Genetically speaking, women tend to be affected by insomnia more often than men. additionally, hormonal fluctuations that occur during the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and menopause can affect sleep patterns.

It is considered a myth that older adults require less sleep than younger adults. Not sleeping well or waking up early doesn’t mean you don’t actually need a full night’s sleep. 

Older people don’t necessarily experience more sleep problems, but rather they experience different ones. It has been observed that adults over the age of 65 can have more problems going into a deep sleep. Because they sleep more lightly, they are more susceptible to waking up during the night.

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