Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Febreze Serenity Sleep Giveaway



The chances are you’ll wake up tired and a little groggy from time to time. For some its a regular occurrence, I recently reviewed the new Febreze Sleep Serenity Collection http://www.giventodistractingothers.co.uk/2014/05/febreze.html and love the fragrances I tried out. 

Now the lovely Febreze team want to give one lucky reader a sleep kit including the new serene fragrances.

The Febreze Sleep Serenity collection has been designed specifically for the bedroom. Its calming scents help create a soothing bedtime atmosphere ideal for relaxation and a more peaceful night’s rest. The Febreze Sleep Serenity range comes in three delicious scents – Moonlit Lavender, Warm Milk and Honey and Quiet Jasmine - that will help you slowly head to the land of nod.



The prize Febreze are offering for one winner; Dr. Guy Meadows’ The Sleep Book, a selection of the new Sleep Serenity collection, some Febreze booklets and Febreze eye mask.


199 comments:

  1. I read till I'm really sleepy then go to sleep - I've never had any trouble with sleep - Lucky me!

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  2. My OH always steals the covers so I wake up very chilly!

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  3. I have entered. Thanks!

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  4. I normally sleep at the drop of a hat but I'm pregnant at the moment and suffering with pregnancy insomnia! Kay Broomfield

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  5. I have no trouble falling asleep, anytime, anyplace, anywhere but staying asleep is very rare...these things look a great idea, thanks for hosting the giveaway :)

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  6. It's rare that I sleep through the night without waking up every now and then

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  7. Temperature is my biggest issue - get too hot - put arms and legs out from duvet and get too cold :/

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  8. I suffer quite badly with hayfever and my tablets knock me out! I'm often asleep by 6pm but then wake up around 2 in the morning and am left staring at the ceiling! ...Catch 22 for me, sneeze all day with itchy eyes and get a normal nights sleep or take a tablet and nod off before most toddlers! :)

    Jen xx

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  9. i wake early all the time & ca never get baqck to sleep, usually up between 5-6am

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  10. I go to sleep quickly and sleep like a log normally
    (kim neville)

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  11. It takes me ages to get to sleep , when i do finally drift off i sleep like a baby , but getting to sleep is a real problem x

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  12. I sleep well if i have no worries but if i am stressed and anxious i can`t get to sleep at all

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  13. have trouble dropping off and if I wake up during the night can't get back to sleep usually

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  14. It takes me a long time to get off to sleep,

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  15. It takes me a while to get too sleep and I'm a very light sleeper x

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  16. Restless sleeper - and wake up really early

    Kathy D

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  17. I fall asleep easily if I read before bed its staying asleep I have a problem with! If only I could fined a cure for a snoring husband I'd be fine.

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  18. Oh,always having trouble to get to sleep,I have hayfever and that affects me a lot,I hear all the noises and it's always hard to get to sleep for me X

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  19. i have no bedtime routine and would love to start one.x

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  20. if i cant sleep i always get up a drink and then try again. nothing worse than tossing and turning!!

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  21. Pamela says - I have an incurable progressive disabling syndrome which is very painful so I struggle to sleep most nights.

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  22. I have such problems falling asleep!!! I toss & turn for hours! Its awful!

    xxxx

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  23. Used to love sleep but my little boy doesnt so have learnt to cope without much.

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  24. I'm pretty good at falling asleep, what I need is something to stop me from making up too early

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  25. variable sleep pattern,some nights are great ,and I really appreciate those good uninterrupted sleeps,other nights can feel as if I am awake all night ,I dont worry bout it now but generally just get up and put tv on!

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  26. I'm an intermittent insomniac - sometimes I sleep fine for days on end, other times I have problems. Thing is, I don't seem to do anything different on the days I can't sleep so I'm not sure how to solve the problem other than taking a sleeping pill after a few nights of terrible sleep, not ideal as they make me groggy the following morning. Would love to give these a try ;o) Rafflecopter entries in my real name NIKKI HAYES

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  27. unfortunately, my tablets have side effects, one is insomnia, but thankfully not every day

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  28. I like to read for a while to help me relax and fall fast asleep

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  29. I usually sleep really well unless hubby is away and then I feel as if I'm guard and sleep quite fitfully

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  30. Normally I sleep well but sometimes I just can't fall asleep

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  31. I have trouble staying asleep, I often wake up at about 3am.

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  32. I've entered.
    Thanks for the competition

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  33. Very light sleeper. Slightest noise wakes me. Take ages getting to sleep, getting worse as I get older!

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  34. I normally sleep quite well - if I'm too hot I struggle to sleep, so need to have the temperature just right.

    I became bored halfway down your rafflecopter thingy - too many things to do.

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  35. i drink far too much coffee which is why i think i dont sleep very well plus my hubby snores

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  36. I get around 5 hours sleep a night, my Wife gets much less, on average 3 hours. we have speech radio on, that helps us drift off.

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  37. My only sleep problem is I don't get enough as I always end up staying up to late busy doing things then have to get up early in the morning for work :-)

    Ashleigh

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  38. stacey turner7 May 2014 at 19:32

    avon goodnight pillow mist - works every time :)

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  39. i used to sleep find befoe i had children now i always wake up for loo and drink a couple of times

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  40. I have terrible trouble getting any sleep at all as I have arthritis in my neck, left shoulder, spine, both hips, both knees, both ankles, both feet, both hands and the right side of my jaw, so any position I am in in bed is very painful and I can not get any sleep unless I am doped up to the eyeballs on morphine.

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  41. I have never been a good sleeper, it takes me ages to drift off. I also sleep walk and sleep collect!! I have woken up with bottles of shampoo, remote controls and cat food (still in the packet) under my pillow. Think I need help ;-)

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  42. It takes me over 30 minutes to get to sleep but hubby takes less than 5 ...not fair

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  43. Our dog can open doors so she lets herself into our room in the night when we are both asleep and wedges herself in between us then proceeds to push us both out of bed. She is my sleep problem!

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  44. I love my bed!! I usually have no problems sleeping. I have a lavender mist that I spray on my pillows if I think it's going to take me a while to get to sleep :)

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  45. laura jayne bates7 May 2014 at 21:01

    i always have a hot chocolate before bed it goes down a treat

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  46. i go to bed about 45 mins before i want to go to sleep so my body gets relaxed enough for when i am tired then i drift off nicely its a great tip

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  47. it doesn't take me long to sleep like a baby, as long as I wear my bed socks lol xx

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  48. Having some hot flushes at the moment so my sleep is interrupted

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  49. I love sleeping, my problem is getting back up in the morning.

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  50. I work nights so have to stay awake then, touch wood though I don't struggle to sleep when I need to

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  51. i sleep as well as the baby, if shes asleep i am, if shes awake the whole street is :D

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  52. my best tips are: 1. not to go to bed unless you're actually tired, and 2. fresh bedding.

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  53. I normally spray lavender on my pillow and it helps me fall asleep

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  54. I toss and turn every night but I do try to make sure I am fully exhausted before going to bed, unless I want to read.

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  55. I sleep well. In fact, I probably sleep too much!

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  56. I don't sleep very well and haven't for the last few years. Takes me a long time to drop off and if I'm still awake after 1 to 2 hrs I get up and come on the laptop, as I am now. When I finally go back to bed I still wake up regularly.

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  57. I usually have no trouble getting to sleep but I seem to wake up every couple of hours.

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  58. I'm autistic have a whole host of sleeping problems; low melatonin, sensory issues make bedding uncomfortable, brain doesn't like to switch off, get so hyper-focused I don't notice the time, messed-up body clock, executive functioning issues...the list goes on. I need all the help I can get!

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  59. I have trouble switching my brain off at night even after reading, a hot chocolate.. you name it! I think it's because i have to work at a computer most of the day.. then comes the annoying part where when i lie down in bed at night my mind decides to start getting all creative!

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  60. Generally sleep well, but if woken after 4am that's it I can't get back.

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  61. My tip, and generally it works, is to not look at the clock when you wake up in the night, no matter how tempting it is x

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  62. I don't want to sleep like a baby I want to sleep like my husband!!
    Have always had trouble sleeping since was a child

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  63. Lavender works well, but also anti-histamines help me
    Spencer Broadley

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  64. I have loads of problems sleeping, I cannot sleep without the tv on either which doesnt help

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  65. With twins, sleep is really important. Rachel white

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  66. Stay up late and make myself tired, then I always go off quickly.

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  67. Since ive got pregnant I have really struggled sleeping, which doesn't seem fair as I know im going to be loosing a lot of sleep from now on!

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  68. Luckily I very rarely have any problems sleeping as I have a very physical job and also 3 children so between them i'm always tired enough at night to go straight to sleep!

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  69. I find it hard to witch off at night time and very hard to get up in the morning.

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  70. I watch tv in bed until I fall asleep

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  71. I have great trouble sleeping,pains in my knees,too light outside and road noise!

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  72. Great prize - I have entered

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  73. I have entered. A good nights sleep is just what I need!

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  74. Charlotte Ingham8 May 2014 at 19:55

    I struggle to switch my brain off at night and it takes me ages to fall asleep with all the thoughts rolling round my head! :(

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  75. I am bad at getting to sleep at night sometimes I find I have read a whole book before I eventually turn off, I do struggle a lot to switch off and don't get many hours at night

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  76. I always read before going to sleep, i find this helps, unless the book is really good then i cant put it down. x

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  77. I read before I sleep, love having my kindle as it means I can have the light off and read. Used to always be a problem having the light on for my partner as he couldn't get to sleep with it on but I can't get to sleep without reading! Not the perfect match.. haha.

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  78. denise (whokilledlola on twitter)9 May 2014 at 11:32

    I'm usually a really good sleeper and fall asleep straight away!
    I entered as denise

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  79. I usually wake up in the early hours so end watching tv til i feel tired again to sleep

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  80. I'm quite up and down I can sleep soundly for about five days then have nights were I can't sleep for hours :(

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  81. i read til my eyes are closing-that seems to help me

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  82. Sometimes it takes me forever, sometimes I fall asleep at the drop of a hat. I find that my body position helps - right-side, good; left-side, good; front, BEST.

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  83. I struggle to sleep because I am up all hours working

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  84. I have serious busy brain lol

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  85. I have real trouble getting to sleep mind goes twenty miles an hour and broken sleep through out the night all the time

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  86. I sleep like a baby...Jo Parkinson

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  87. do light stretches before bed and write down any to do things on a post it before you go to sleep :)

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  88. Ensuring all wi fi is turned off on mobile phones and internet at least an hour before bed then relaxing, warm drink and either a book or tv

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  89. My little one is still breastfeeding (at 2!) so I am getting broken sleep :-(

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  90. If I have trouble falling to sleep I count backwards from 300 - I find that this works as it takes your mind off whatever is keeping you awake as you concentrate on the numbers

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  91. I'm out like a light, but sometimes wake up far too early and can't get back to sleep

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  92. When I'm having trouble sleeping I find that some soothing music and a calming night light (which we actually had for my son when he was newborn and now we love it more than him) really helps. x

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  93. I find I usually take about twenty minutes before I get to sleep.

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  94. I do struggle sleeping but the trick that works every time, though it takes a lot of concentration, is to focus on relaxing each part of my body inch by inch starting from my toes. I haven't gone beyond my knees!

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  95. My sleep pattern is awful! I get PTSD nightmares so am often Knackered. :-/

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  96. Snoring husband keeps me awake!

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  97. I have to read a few pages of a book to get myself off to sleep

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  98. I struggle to sleep because I am usually far too stressed. Having the dog sleep on my feet doesnt help!

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  99. my husband snoring keeps me awake

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  100. Variable. Sometimes sleep well and sometimes not

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  101. I have trouble sleeping at night but in the day all I would love to do is sleep, I think my body clock is messed up.

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  102. I have entered, thank you

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  103. wish I could sleep. lately ive been waking up few times a night. im even awake n up before my alarm goes off.

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  104. my husband snores so sleeps a luxury

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  105. My sleep pattern is on par with an owl, twit twooooooo

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  106. Both me an my boyfriend suffer from terrible night terrors!

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  107. I'm lucky as I always sleep really well

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  108. I can sleep really easily and anywhere

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  109. I am lucky to sleep quite well but I have to have a tidy bedroom with scented candles and love clean sheets

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  110. Put Lavender oil on the pillow and sleep like a baby.

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  111. I've entered

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  112. To help you sleep just drink copious amounts of alcohol

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  113. blackout blinds are a must

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  114. I do have trouble sleeping when I am stressed

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  115. Recently I have been waking up several times a night and finding it difficult to get back to sleep.

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  116. I've always been an insomniac so would love to try out the prize, see it helps at all

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  117. i have terrible trouble sleeping, and when i eventually do go off, i wake up at 5 every morning!

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  118. Don't fight it, if you can't sleep then get up and do something useful.

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  119. takes me ages to drift off! im tired and as soon as i get in to bed my body goes pingggggggg starts realing off stuff to do stuff to think about and stuff to worry about soon as i lie down! :( x

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  120. i listen to a hypnosis tape for relaxation and a good night sleep by glenn harold. works every time

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  121. Renee Armstrong19 May 2014 at 18:52

    no two nights are the same....sometimes I drop off as soon as my head hits the pillow and other nights I toss and turn with stuff going round in my head .

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  122. I spray my pillow with lavender before drifting off to sleep - the scent is relaxing

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  123. Husband likes the window open at night, but the dawn chorus always wakes me up, so I have to get up the close the window,

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  124. I always have a warm cuppa before bed makes me drift off nicely

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  125. i have entered this fantastic giveaway

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  126. I used to live in a flat near a busy road so I would have a fan on to drown out the noise and have a constant low noise. Now I can't sleep with out it. It keeps the room cool though :)

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  127. I have trouble sleeping so I use a little Lavender scent on my pillow which is quiet soothing.

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  128. My sleep patterns are bad at the moment, fall asleep in the evening so can't then get to sleep when I go to bed, a pattern I need to break

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  129. I get to sleep quite easily but I wake up pretty much every hour in the morning!

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  130. I sleep like a baby

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  131. I always read before going to sleep and manage to drop of straight away after this.

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  132. I sleep reasonably well, apart from waking up with vivid dreams about goblins. Ahem.

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  133. get off easily but wake up a few hours later i work nights so it's hard to get a balance

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  134. I love to spend an hour or so chilling with my hubby on the sofa before bed, nice and relaxing

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  135. i really struggle to sleep and have taken sleeping tablets for quite a while, so would love to try this and hopefully not need the tablets

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  136. karen hutchinson26 May 2014 at 15:02

    I sleep ok if my son sleeps ok ! - I do cocoon myself in the covers though

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  137. I dont even know where to start. Im a terrible sleeper. Im a worrier so that keeps me awake as i cant wind down, hubby snores so im constantly elbowing him and after a recent op i cant get comfortable. I sleep maybe 2 hours a night then once a week just crash :/

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  138. I have lots of disturbances (live with my folks and they are early risers) and also the cat who wakes me up early too. I would love a whole night through of sleep

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  139. I always read a book before bed

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  140. I do have difficulty getting to sleep and find lavender oil on my pillow helps. Night Rescue Remedy also really helps me get a goodnight sleep. I alternate between the two.

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  141. I don't so much have problems falling asleep most of the time, it's more the getting up part!

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  142. I can get to sleep ok...my problem is staying asleep..I wake up several times a night

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  143. I tend to sleep well, but heavily pregnant so struggling at the moment. I need to bank all the sleep I can though!

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  144. I have a young child in bed most nights so don't sleep well!

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  145. Have entered. I never sleep right through

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  146. I always read before trying to sleep and I go to bed late. This combination helps to fall asleep OK. However, I am always tired in the afternoon and can sleep then at the drop of a hat.

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  147. I need way too much sleep!

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  148. I either can't get to sleep or I sleep too much!

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  149. Between my snoring husband, my racing mind and my autistic 3 year old sleep is something precious!

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  150. I have bother getting to sleep but once I'm asleep I sleep like a baby.

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  151. No happy medium, either sleep like a baby or up in the middle of the night.

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  152. I like to listen to the radio if I am having trouble sleeping.

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  153. Establish a good sleep pattern - no daytime naps! If I have trouble drifting off, I usually find reading for bit helps

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  154. I wake too early having two little kids makes you a light sleeper!

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  155. i can fall asleep easily but wake up after a few hours

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  156. I wake up lots during the night.

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  157. My husband hasn't slept properly for over 4 years, unfortunately that disturbs me so it's rare for me to get a good nights sleep

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  158. Iv entered mick egan

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  159. i am tired till i get into bed then i am suddenly wide awake

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  160. I sleep ok but can find it hard if I've been working on a blog post as all the ideas are swirling round my head.

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  161. Pam Francis Gregory1 June 2014 at 09:21

    Avoid any dairy after main meal & I sleep great

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  162. Night asthma..ewww wake up about 6 or 7 times a night (but you get used to it)

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  163. I have fibromyalgia so I have a lot of trouble sleeping because of pain. Anything that helps to relax me is worth a million!

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  164. Love the idea of something to help sleep, entered !

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  165. I don't sleep amazing but then not bad so :/

    @oneisjamie

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  166. I fall asleep easily and then wake up several times.Think its having children as a pin could drop and I would wake up!!

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  167. I have real problems sleeping due to the snoring pig who shares my bed (aka my hubby lol)

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  168. I sleep quite well nowadays but I do sometimes struggle to nod off when I've been on a late shift at work

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  169. i read a book to help me nod off

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  170. I sleep fine unless hubby snores!

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  171. Up at 5 to go cleaning so anything that helps me skeep would be great

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  172. I read somewhere that while you're trying to fall asleep, if get an itch or an urge to move, that you should ignore it because its supposed to be your body testing to see if you're ready to sleep :P

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  173. I have terrible problems sleeping! Just when i think i am drifting off my body jerks awake and i am lying fidgeting again :-(

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  174. I have to have absolute quiet to sleep.

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  175. I recite poetry to myself, soon bores me to sleep!

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  176. I end up waking up loads in the night to go to loo etc

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  177. I snuggle up really low in the bed - Always helps me sleep

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  178. I have trouble getting up in the morning - am so not a morning person

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  179. I have real trouble getting up, it's like I wouldn't hear 100 alarms

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  180. Close your eyes count one in your head when you breath in & two as our breath out, and continue till sleep :)

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  181. Jane Middleton1 June 2014 at 23:36

    I sleep quite well, especially when I'm tired

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  182. I struggle to get to sleep and wake up for hours every night.

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