Sweet Dreams


I am a true believer that we are here in this world to experience all we can experience!

Life is FULL of exciting adventures, and if you are like me, you fill up every hour of your day with all that is possible!

Often with full days comes the need for a GOOD quality night sleep.

How much sleep are you having?


Quality v’s quantity is the general rule although just as we individualise diets for people, so too can be said by the amount of hours we sleep.


Sleep is absolutely essential for basic maintenance and repair of the of body systems:

  • Neurological

  • Endocrine

  • Immune

  • Musculoskeletal

  • Digestive systems

In fact, sleep is so important to our overall health that total sleep deprivation has clinically been proven to be fatal.


BEE Dreamy

BEE Dreamy



What a good night sleep does:

  • Enhances memory and mental clarity

  • Improves athletic performance

  • Boosts mood and overall energy

  • Improves immune function

  • Increase stress tolerance


Therefore better quality nights sleep the more quality of life you can tap into!

So here are 5 tips to increase your quality of sleep:

  1. Introduce a calming bedtime routine: allowing your body to know its time to unwind and slow down

             e.g. having a relaxing bath filled with Epsom salts,

             and/or   A night time tea: we drink BEE Dreamy




  1. Enjoy earlier night going to bed before 11 pm. “An hour before midnight is worth two hours after”. It turns

    out there is some truth in this saying. When you fall asleep, you go through a 90-minute cycle of non-REM

    sleep followed by REM sleep. But the ratio of non-REM to REM sleep within those 30-minute cycles

    changes across the night. In the early part of the night (11pm – 3am). These stages of sleep are so important

    due to it being where our body regenerates, repairs tissues and engages in the rejuvenation process


  1. Meditation and deep breathing: Allow your body to transition from sympathetic nervous system to

    parasympathetic nervous- rest and digest.




  1. Create your space: allow your bedroom to be free of artificial light, quiet and well ventilated. Artificial light

    disrupts our circadian rhythms and therefore interferes with sleep. Go old school, use an analog clock and

    have fun picking out your preferred curtains/blinds. Enjoy timeout away from your phone and computer-

    place it outside your room for some quality zzzzz.


  1. Caffeine to be consumed before 12 noon: allow your body space to unwind from stimulants foods and

    drink. Enjoy your green teas, coffees, cacao treats earlier in the day to ensure a restful sleep without a

    stimulated central nervous system and mind. Have fun trialing different herbal teas after lunch Bees Knees Teas


Tea and Sleep- winning!!

Tea and Sleep- winning!!


                                                  Happy ZZZZZZ’s Sweet dreaming,









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