Creating your sleeping sanctuary for a good night's sleep

I was struggling to get to sleep. I tossed and turned for hours, but my mind wouldn't shut off. I kept thinking about the day's events, replaying conversations, and worrying about the future. No matter how hard I tried, sleep just wouldn't come.

I tried counting sheep, drinking warm milk, and reading a book - nothing seemed to work. I felt like I was stuck in an endless cycle of sleeplessness.

Finally, after what felt like an eternity of trying to fall asleep, I decided to take matters into my own hands. I started researching natural remedies for insomnia and stumbled upon some interesting techniques that could help me finally get some restful sleep.

Does this sound like you? If it does, you are not alone. One New Zealand-based study found that as many as a quarter of all adults suffer from Chronic sleep problems.

In this blog post, I'll be sharing the tips and tricks that helped me break out of my sleeplessness cycle and get a good night's rest!

Creating a 'Sleeping Sanctuary' may be able to help to reduce your EMF exposure and help ease your body and mind into a restoring sleep.


  1. Move your bed away from any electrical outlets or appliances.
  2. Unplug all electronics and Wi-Fi routers in your bedroom before going to sleep. Charge your mobile in another room. 
  3. Use a battery-operated alarm clock instead of one that plugs into the wall.
  4. Shield yourself from EMF radiation with EMF protection products such as curtains, shielding blankets, and shielding fabrics.
  5. Turn off all electronic devices at least an hour before bedtime to reduce blue light exposure and help you relax for sleep.
  6. Place your cell phone in airplane mode or turn it off completely while you sleep to reduce EMF exposure from the device and nearby cell towers.
  7. No Tv's in the room.
  8. No electrical cords or multi boxes near the bed or under the bed
  9. If you use an electric blanket, unplug it from the power socket before sleeping. 
  10. Do not have tvs or other electrical appliances on the other side of the wall where your bed is located. 

Connect back to the Earth 

Sleep on an Earthing underlay and /or Earthing pillow cover.

THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE found Connecting the body to the Earth's natural energy has been shown to help reduce inflammation and improve sleep by reducing stress and promoting relaxation. Earthing may help to regulate cortisol levels in the body, which can lead to improved sleep quality.


Place Shungite in your room to help create a safe zone.

Shungite can help with sleep. It is believed to be a natural source of energy that may help reduce stress and anxiety, leading to better sleep. Additionally, Shungite has been found to have antioxidant properties that can help to reduce inflammation in the body, which can also lead to improved sleep.


Establish a Sleep Routine

Creating a consistent bedtime routine can help you fall asleep faster and longer. Try to go to bed and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends and holidays. This will help regulate your body’s internal clock and make it easier for you to fall asleep when it’s time for bed.


Avoid Caffeine Late in the Day

Caffeine is a stimulant that can interfere with your ability to fall or stay asleep. To avoid caffeine-related sleep disturbances, try not to consume any caffeine after 2 pm or 3 pm in the afternoon. Opt for a decaffeinated beverage instead of coffee or tea if you need an afternoon pick-me-up.

We hope you are able to find a few good 'take aways' from this Blog. Taking small steps to imporve your sleep can produced outsized returns to your health and wellbeing, performance, relationships and much more. 

Life is too short to struggle with poor sleep.  

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