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Sleep Blueprint

Finally get a good
night’s sleep again.

We offer REAL solutions.

There isn’t one facet of your mental, emotional or physical performance that isn’t affected by the quality of your sleep.
Are you experiencing lack of energy, brain fog, poor memory, stress, anxiety, irritability, depression, lack of concentration, inability to perform simple tasks and make decisions and/or weight gain? These are all symptoms of sleep deprivation. And research shows that not getting enough sleep, or getting poor-quality sleep, increases the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, obesity, and diabetes.
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Conferences

Conferences, seminars and workshops – learn about the latest evidence-based sleep medicine for better sleep.

Hair Follicle Scans

Find out what vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants you are lacking, and whether you have toxins and chemicals.

E-Courses

Choose one of our comprehensive online courses to help you sleep better.

Corporate events

Corporate sleep seminars and lunch and learns – empower your employees.

Sleep Diet

What’s your diet doing for you? Learn precisely which foods help you get a good night’s sleep with the Sleep Well Sleep Diet.

Upcoming events

Where are we? Workshops, seminars, conferences and other events coming up.

What we can offer you

Corporate Seminars

It’s a fact. A well-rested employee makes a more efficient and productive employee. Hold a corporate sleep seminar or lunch and learn for your employees. An investment in getting your employees better rested will be one you won’t regret.

Sleep Packages

Need help? Choose one of our sleep packages to help you get a good night’s sleep. With a tailored sleep plan, you’ll learn how to achieve uninterrupted, deep sleep with the support of a certified sleep science coach. Choose from basic to premium sleep packages.

Hair Scans

Tired? No energy? Feeling lousy? Constantly getting colds? Learn what vitamins, minerals, amino acids and antioxidants you might be missing, and whether you have a toxin overload in your body, or any viruses, bacteria or parasites – all of which can affect your sleep.

Individual Consultations

Struggling to sleep? Tried every possible ‘trick’ to send yourself off to the land of nod but nothing has worked? Book a one-on-one consultation with one of our certified sleep science coaches. Find out exactly why you can’t sleep and what to do about it. 

What they say about us

“8 hours! Thank you, thank you, thank you for the best night’s sleep I’ve had for many years. You really opened my eyes to some of my daily routines that contribute to my broken sleep pattern.”

Barbara

“I can’t express how grateful I am for your help in breaking the nightly 3am and 4am wake-ups! I used to hate going to bed at night because 1) it would take me forever to get to sleep and 2) I would wake up constantly. But that’s now all changed! I feel like a new person. I have so much energy. Thanks again for the excellent advice and support you gave me.”

Karen

“”Excellent: very informative; useable info straight away.” – Trish

“Well worth coming. Thanks.” – Jan

“Very informative and helpful. Not just common sense but real practical solutions.” –Caprice.

Workshop Participants

Dietary prebiotics improve sleep, buffer impacts of stress, says study

New research suggests that prebiotics, which serve as food for good bacteria inside the gut, can also improve sleep and buffer the physiological impacts of stress. In recent years, reams of research papers have shed light on the health benefits of probiotics, the “good bacteria” found in fermented foods and dietary supplements. Now a first-of-its kind study by University of Colorado Boulder scientists suggests that lesser-known gut-health promoters known as prebiotics – which serve as food for good bacteria inside…

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A good night’s sleep begins the moment you get up in the morning

Have you been outside today? Researchers from the Lighting Research Center in New York have found that a good dose of morning light — from either the sun or an artificial source — makes office workers sleep better and feel less stressed and depressed, compared to those subjected to low light. Scientists confirm we need exposure to light during the day that’s between 1000-2000 lux to keep our body clocks ticking over. However, most of us work indoors. A brightly lit room…

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Dim your lights in the evening for a better night’s sleep

Light stimulates alertness. That’s a good thing first thing in the morning, but during the evening it can cause sleep disruption. When darkness descends at the end of the day, the light sensitive cells in our retinas signal our brains that it’s time to prepare for sleep. The pineal gland switches “on” and begins producing melatonin (aka the sleep hormone), which regulates our sleep-wake cycle, slowing metabolic functions and lowering body temperature. This, in turn, makes us sleepy and less…

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