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Quick GuidesDec 22, 2022

How to Prioritise Rest This Christmas with Joe Welstead

When you think of Christmas, restful isn’t the first word that comes to mind. Famously known as the most wonderful (and stressful!) time of the year, it can sometimes feel impossible to put your wellbeing first while rushing to visit family and friends.

Quick GuidesOct 31, 2022

Clock Change 101: When Do the Clocks Fall Back and How Does The Time Change Affect Your Wellbeing?

When the clocks go back on Sunday, November 6th, you’ll probably feel as though your get-up-and-go has got-up-and-gone. Even though we gain an extra hour in bed, the short and dark days post-clock-change make us feel extra sleepy and lack the energy to get on with the day.

Quick GuidesOct 5, 2022

What are the Warning Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder and What is the Best Treatment?

Have you noticed a clear seasonal pattern in how you feel? Does your mental health plummet with the start of autumn and winter? You may be suffering from a seasonal mood disorder. While you should expect the ‘black cloud’ to lift in the warmer and brighter months, it is important to recognise the symptoms of seasonal depression and opt for suitable therapeutic solutions as early as possible to treat or even prevent SAD and winter blues.

Quick GuidesJun 5, 2022

What is Circadian Rhythm?

Ever wondered why we're programmed to go to bed when it's dark and wake when it's light? Spoiler: it's not because our ancestors decided their sleep pattern would follow the rising and setting of the sun. It's due to human biology and something called our circadian rhythm. Not sure what that is? Don't worry, we're here to explain.

Quick GuidesApr 21, 2022

What is Sleep Anxiety and How Can You Treat It? Advice from Sleep Expert Stephanie Romiszewski

Quick GuidesApr 4, 2022

How to Reduce Stress Before Sleep: Expert Advice from The Joyful Coach

Quick GuidesMar 18, 2022

5 Ways to Create a Restful Sleep Environment

Your bedroom should be your sanctuary. A place where you close the door and say goodbye to the noise from the outside world. A room designed with only your wellbeing in mind. That’s the key to Biophilic Design, creating a space that improves both your health and happiness. From choosing a calming color scheme and embracing the power of plants, to banishing blue light and investing in your bedding, we're here to share our 5 top tips for creating a restful sleep environment.

Quick GuidesMar 17, 2022

How to Ban Your Phone from Your Bedroom in 3 Easy Steps

While the negative impact of using a smartphone in your bedroom may not be immediately noticeable, it can have long-term effects on the quality of your sleep. This, in turn, affects not just your waking, mood, energy and productivity during the day, but can also lead to a whole host of health issues. The good news is, you can kick the habit and make your bedroom into a sanctuary optimized for sleep with these three easy steps!

Quick GuidesDec 10, 2021

How to Look After Your Wellbeing While Working from Home

After what feels like an endless 18 months of working from home, we could all do with a wellbeing-boost as we appraoch the winter months.

Quick GuidesOct 8, 2021

How can light therapy improve your wellbeing? We asked our customers…

Quick GuidesAug 17, 2021

How Can Light Therapy Help You at Work?

Light therapy can have a huge impact on our mood, energy levels and overall wellbeing! Whether you’re working from home or in the office, bright light therapy can play a huge role in your working day, helping to improve concentration and increase alertness.

Quick GuidesAug 14, 2021

Light Therapy Lamps for Better Sleep - How Do They Work?

Quick GuidesAug 4, 2021

Light Therapy for Winter Blues

A great majority of people are affected by the change of seasons during the fall and winter months. These effects can disrupt their lives in several ways; they may experience changes in energy levels, sleep, eating patterns, mood as well as general feeling of well-being. The severity of symptoms may vary, putting those affected somewhere on the spectrum of SAD or subsyndromal SAD, often referred to as ‘winter blues’.