It’s no surprise that we are living in a chronically sleep deprived society. The reasons contributing to our growing sleep debt vary from our over scheduled, always connected lives, to lost sleep due to our own children’s sleep issues. But at Good Night Sleep Site, we know that adults can sleep better!

Enter one of our initiatives – #BringBackBedtime. We are using this initiative to help answer questions and to provide tips so adults can sleep better. We’ve created this movement to help families understand how to get healthy, clean sleep while also increasing a positive connection with their loved ones and themselves.

Struggling with frequent adult sleep issues? Our sleep consultants can help you sleep better tonight.

When is the last time you went to bed at that same time as your partner? Do you take a moment to yourself at bedtime to unwind or are you just putting down the phone or turning off the TV and flopping into bed exhausted? We are all so busy, so connected to technology, to our schedules, to anything and everything that isn’t sleep. Going to bed should be thought of as a time to take care of you. A time to nurture the relationship you have with your loved ones. Starting now,  it’s time to do just that. It is time to slow down, turn off all distractions, and reconnect with those around us.

Because a good night sleep starts at bedtime…

Good Night Sleep Site has created #BringBackBedtime. This free resource for families was designed to help create a better bedtime for you and for you and your partner. Even if practiced a few nights a week, consistently, you will notice a more restorative night sleep.

how adults can sleep better

Keynote speaker Sleep Consultant Alanna McGinn Alanna McGinn is a Certified Sleep Consultant and Founder of Good Night Sleep Site – a Global Pediatric and Family Sleep Team. She provides free child and family sleep support through FacebookTwitter, and Instagram. She invites you to join her sleep community as she works towards Good Night Sleep Site’s mission of a healthier rested family unit. For more sleep tips, subscribe to our newsletter and visit Good Night Sleep Site