How-to: sleep soundly through the night
No matter how many products you put on your skin, or how many make-up tutorials you master, the unfortunate fact is that you’re never going to look your best if you’re not getting enough sleep.
You see, getting a good night’s sleep is the ultimate beauty booster. It’s the time when your body can rest and recuperate, and your skin cells can work most effectively to regenerate and rebuild themselves, so that you can have a clearer, brighter and more youthful looking complexion.
But with new research suggesting that Australian women are twice as likely as men to struggle with quality sleep, and with as many as 9 out of 10 Australian women waking up fatigued and/or too tired to even get out of bed…well…that’s a lot of women not looking or feeling as good as they should.
So if all it takes to look and feel a WHOLE lot better is to sleep more soundly then isn’t it about time you learnt how to do it? I think so, which is exactly why I’ve signed up to take the A.H. Beard 6 Week Sleep Challenge and why you should, too!
A.H. Beard is a family run bedding business with (very) long-standing expertise in sleep science (they’ve been around since 1899!) The company’s philosophy is to improve people’s lives through superior sleep, which is why the 6 Week Sleep Challenge was created.
The challenge is completely free to join, and when you sign up you’ll be asked to identify a ‘sleeper profile’ depending on the factors that disrupt your sleep. Over the course of the six weeks, you’ll track your sleep and be provided with weekly tips and advice, specifically tailored to your sleep issue, on how you can improve your sleep. It’s as simple as that. Even better is that everyone who takes the challenge will go into the running to win a $4,000 A.H. Beard bed – combine that with your new tips and you’re guaranteed to be sleeping more soundly!
So what are you waiting for? Sign up for the 6 Week Sleep Challenge now!
What are your best tips to help ensure a good nights rest? What stops you from enjoying a sound sleep?