Discover the perfect solution to crack the code of why you can’t sleep

You wake up either alert and rested or cranky and stiff…

35% of Americans don’t get a good night’s sleep*.

It’s surely because of an underlying medical condition, right?


It’s about syncing with the Earth, literally and figuratively.

No need to go live in a cave, though(!)

The most common condition you’ve never heard of...

Woman in bed awake and smiling.

Going to bed at night will become a personal ritual that allows you to unwind and slow down, your bedroom will be a place of peace and tranquility, your bed your cocoon to take the load off and heal. You will drift into sleep and remain in deep relaxation, even maybe being able to recollect your dreams(!)

Then, wake up relaxed and serene... Your body will feel refreshed and energized, your mind alert and open feeling how the sun is pouring through the windows while you’re pouring yourself a cup of coffee. Mmm, the faint smell of java!

I have always dreamed of being able to remember my dreams, it doesn’t happen very often… but I’m getting better at it. At least a full night’s sleep is a privilege I enjoy and I want this for you too!

No matter if you’re a busy professional, a stay at home mum, all you need to sleep better is managing rhythm, your sleep rhythm.

The information here is for all of you who can't sleep. It will not only save you hours of tossing and turning but most importantly, you will understand simple and effective resources you can get to stop suffering because you can’t sleep. I will show you in a little bit what exactly we have to offer that might be of interest to you.

Become the rested and vital person you’ve imagined, to be your best at home and at work.

If you can’t sleep, you are in dire need of the benefits of resting for at least 7 hours every night.

5 reasons why you can’t sleep at night:

  • Your mattress does not adjust to the contours of your body
  • You feel either too hot or too cold to be able to relax
  • You don’t know how light or darkness affects you personally
  • You are not being protected from toxic gases, bacteria and radiation
  • Your bed does not provide you with adequate support
Child sleeping while holding a teddy bear.

If you can unplug from social media, you can sleep better

Look, I get it, most of us try to doze off while checking Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest or whatever. But truly, being constantly hooked to a device, an addiction that has become so common, is one of the main reasons why we can’t sleep.

The problem is, even though you LOVE checking social media before bed, you really DON’T love tossing and turning all night.

Plus, the puffy eyes next morning do not make anybody look pretty…

From experience I can tell you that there are some topics that are unusual when it comes to better sleep and that you will want to dive deeper into and I’ll show you some on this website.

Deep, restful sleep is at your fingertips without any medication

The secret is to align your sleeping patterns with the magnetic field of the planet. We have become so out of touch with our environment that by isolating our relationship with the planet we have limited our natural circadian rhythms.

This is not about hugging trees or bathing with a full moon, it is a practical resource to connect you with the ground so that you can reach slow-wave sleep more easily.

But don’t get me wrong, if you can't sleep you obviously need to have some sleep rituals in place to help you. We will give you some practical tricks for that too.

You just need to open your mind and learn about the natural rhythms of the Earth which we stopped aligning with due to our built environment. Nothing wrong with the built environment, we just have to make some tweaks to it to reconnect with Mother Nature, she will help us sleep better.

If you can't sleep, re-connect with the Earth and the planet will do the rest.

Part 1 - Importance of deep sleep

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* Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2014 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), "Prevalence of Healthy Sleep Duration among Adults" — United States.

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