Welcome to Sleep Tree.
Our mission is to provide tips and solutions to harvest a good quality sleep. A sound sleep is the root of a good day, but it is not always natural or straight forward to get it.
Sleep patterns change with environment and age. The good news is that there are many things you can do to establish a sane sleep hygiene and rip the life-changing benefits of sleeping better.
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Going through parenthood is statistically more disruptive for the sleep of women than that of men. Tackling a mother’s sleep loss must become a priority if it impacts her physical or mental health. Changes to daily routine or help from specialists can foster the return of restoring sleep.
A woman’s sleep journey is dotted with challenges. Women are 40% more likely to experience sleep troubles than men. There are various reasons for this, but more importantly, there are also simple steps to return to quality sleep to cancel the effect of past sleep loss.
The theory of marginal gains, which focus on the accumulation of small positive change, is very relevant to improve sleep. Little steps can lead to a better quality sleep, with meaningful impacts.
Our interpretation of what the ancient tale, the Sleeping Beauty, can tell us about a good sleep hygiene.
Meditation is a vital human tool to protect our mental health. Meditation has been rebooted in this millennial and for the better.
Sleep apps or sleep trackers are increasingly popular. They can give useful insight on your sleep. They have limitations but remain an easy-reach selfcare tool.