Sue B Sunday night, after sleeping between 3-4 hours per night for a week I slept for 9 and a half hours.
Get yourself to bed early set an alarm give your self at least 30 mins to nod off and try to sleep at least 9 straight hrs!
If you find this difficult try adding some ZINC & Magnesium into your diet, you can buy these in capsules, let me know how this goes?
Sleep straight for 9hrs! Challenge rules
- Get your self tucked up 30 minutes before to give your self time to relax
- Sleep 9 hours without waking!
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
“I would really encourage this challenge as your body really does benefit from such a long snooze. ”
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Simone B Completed Fri 7/2 - managed 9 1/2 hours sleep last night, generally get around 9-10 each night.
Kevin G encouraged this.
Dave W I've always struggled to sleep for long lengths of time, but have been managing this lately with the aid of exercise, yoga and meditation. Slept over 9 hours last night. (I've been told about ZMA but HMB seems to be helping me sleep?)
Alan C encouraged this.
Addz S One of the few challenges that getting man-flu really helps with!!!! Slept for 14 hours straight last night :P
Yvonne H encouraged this.
Claire Boo L Managed to complete this challenge, thanks to my fabulous Auntie and Uncle whisking my Mum away to their house to look after her for two nights. After nearly 2 months of midnight bedtimes and 5.30am starts.... I loved this lie in.
Barbara L encouraged this.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!
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