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    2020 - what a year! We've all heard the following quite a few times during 2020: Anxiety, Clapping, Corona Virus, Coronavirus, Covid, Covid-19, Depression, Face Mask, Furlough, Hand Sanitizers, Isolation, Keep a Safe Distance, Lockdown, Mental Health, Next Slide Please, Quarantine, Social Distancing, Zoom Conference Calls, Pandemic, Self-Isolating, Self-Isolation, Shielding, Staycations, Tiers, Unprecedented, Vaccinations, Vulnerable, Working From Home, Working Remotely.  Can you think of any other words or phrases that we've heard a lot more of in 2020? Email them to: Comments@NaturalSleepRemedies.com only your first name and comments is published.

    We must all try to be strong, keep looking out for others and now is the time, with all this uncertainty surrounding us every day, to keep our physical and mental health as optimum as possible, sleeping good is critical towards our physical and mental health.

    Sleep - how are you doing with it?

    How do I stop my insomnia

    Do you sometimes find it difficult to go to sleep?  Wake up in the night?  Wake up in the morning, desperate for another 10 minutes sleep?!?

    Thankfully, there may be help for you now.


    Solve my sleeping issues

    What can be done?

    Many people are now turning towards more natural ways to help solve their sleeping issues. The Sleep Better Pillow Mist seen here contains no chemical nasties, just an organic natural blend of Lavender, Eucalyptus and Chamomile, so when it's lightly misted (usually non-staining) once on each corner of your pillow at night, the gentle aroma helps you to relax and breathe more easily. It's very popular, not only because you don't have to swallow any chemicals in the form of sleeping pills, but because it's non-addictive, non-allergenic and actually works! Solve my sleeping issues A 100ml bottle costs just £19+post (UK price) and usually lasts 3-6 months.