How To Get Your Child To Sleep Naturally

Blog at a Glance: Learn how much sleep your child really needs at each age to support better behaviour, growth and development. Concerning international trend of drugging children to sleep now becoming common in New Zealand. Read our effective, evidence-based natural strategies to get kids to sleep and end the bedtime battle. Kids employ a […]

Sleep Your Way to Healthy Immunity

Blog at a Glance Research has shown there is an exact quantity of sleep needed to help an individual build a healthy immune system. Short sleepers are four times more likely to be infected by a common cold virus. Learn more about how you can improve your sleep and build a healthy immune system to […]

Signs Your Immune System Needs Some Strengthening

Blog at a Glance The COVID-19 pandemic has heightened awareness of the importance of a strong immune system for protecting you and your family against infection. Learn exactly what the immune system does and the three different types of immunity. Learn about some of the key signs and symptoms that your immune system needs some […]

Is Sleep Apnoea Disrupting your Sleep?

Blog at a Glance Sleep Apnoea is a common condition disrupting the sleep and quality of life for one in seven people worldwide. If you, your child or partner snore or wake often through the night you could be suffering from Sleep Apnoea. Read our blog below to help you identify the signs and symptoms […]

Tips to Help You Fall Asleep Faster

Blog at a Glance 50% of the population struggle with sleeping issues due to our stress levels from an increasing dependency on technology, processed foods and a rush rush rush mentality. Our increase in stress levels means our body is always on high alert and our brain finds it hard to switch off at night. […]

I Can’t Sleep! How Menopause affects your Sleeping Patterns

Blog at a Glance “I can’t sleep” is a common complaint we hear at SleepDrops from women battling Menopause. Research shows Menopause can disrupt women’s sleep patterns experiencing shorter sleep times of up to two hours and lighter sleep when compared to non-menopausal women. Sleep can be disrupted by menopausal symptoms such as feeling hot, […]

Take it to Heart, Sleep Matters

Take it to Heart, Sleep Matters

Blog at a Glance February marks Heart Health Awareness Month and this month we are asking you to show your heart some love and take action to prioritise your sleep. Sleep deprivation has been linked to numerous heart problems including high blood pressure, high cholesterol, heart attacks, obesity, diabetes, and stroke. 1 Implementing a consistent […]

Are Hormones Keeping You Awake At Night?

As women, we are significantly more at risk than men of experiencing insomnia and sleep issues throughout our lives. Studies from the National Sleep Foundation show that women are not only more likely to suffer from insomnia but also more likely to experience daytime sleepiness AND find it harder to break poor sleep habits. A […]