We’ve spoken before about the importance of sleep, and how to encourage a better quality of sleep, but it becomes even more important during pregnancy.
Sleep is restorative.
It helps our body and mind process the day gone, and recover for the day ahead.
This becomes even more important and useful for a young expectant mother preparing for birth and providing for two.
I have personally tried every ingredient featured in Earths Secret Complexes.
As a result of my mum introducing me to Nature's incredible plants and herbs via "Mum's Miracle Smoothie", I have tried each ingredient individually or taken them together from a young age.
My mum sadly passed away in 2016, and this is where the love for all things natural and holistic escalated.
Sleep is one of the core, foundational pillars of life.
Not only does it help us repair and recover from both the fun and stress of modern day life, it also acts as an incredible reset for the body and mind.
But, this powerful rejuvenation tool within ourselves needs time to work its magic, so let’s consider how much sleep do you need?
Amy Peacock, founder of Earths Secret, shares her personal story and the story behind Earths Secret. A natural supplements company created by nature, proven by science.
Find out more about Amy's story, her introduction to natural complexes from a young age, and the inspiration behind Earths Secret.
Anxiety is a part of life.
To feel anxious or stressed can actually be a good thing in certain scenarios. It’s a natural legacy, passed down to us via our ancestors who needed to be hyper-aware in harsher surroundings pre-dating civilisation as we know it today.
That being said, too much anxiety or anxiety triggered by the wrong influences can have severe and debilitating results.
Luckily, there are natural aids and methods to help reduce anxiety in a sustainable way.
I’m sure we can all agree just how crucial sleep is.
Not only does it constitute approximately one third of our lives, but it’s a magical, restorative part of life that helps repair the body and mind on a daily basis and facilitates healthier lifestyles and mental health.
Unfortunately, despite those benefits, up to one third of us struggle with a lack of sleep or (just as importantly) a lack of good quality sleep.
That’s where sleep supplements can help, so let’s dig in to what sleep supplements can actually contain, and what they can do.