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Nine gentle sleep tips for parents

Helping your child learn how to sleep doesn’t have to mean tears and tantrums. Sleep expert Ahna de Vena shares simple and effective tips to a restful bedtime.

Why dusk is a natural sleep aid

Sleep comes naturally when we follow the natural rhythm of light and dark. Artificial light tricks our bodies into thinking it’s still daytime, while dim light signals our bodies to start producing relaxing hormones, which help us unwind and fall asleep easily.

A nation of corporate zombies

Sleep deprived employees undermine productivity and success – but it’s an issue that’s out of the hands of employers, right? Wrong… writes Ahna de Vena

One honest minute can change your life

Do you ever feel as though you’re being propelled through life at a pace that’s out of your control, then find yourself doing things that go against your deepest yes? One honest minute can change everything.

Sleeplessness Can Kill: How Sleep Muse Ahna de Vena Saves Lives

The importance of getting a good night’s sleep has been drilled into us from birth, yet the reality of achieving a good eight hours a night is but a dream! Or is it?

The Mojo Radio Show Ep. 44

There’s no doubt when we sleep better we perform better. Ahna de Vena is a sleep expert. A return guest to The Mojo Radio show due to her immense popularity the first go around, we dig deeper into sleep, rest, silence and stillness.

The Mojo Radio Show Ep. 6

Ahna de Vena is also known as The Sleep Muse, an expert in helping you to get a sound night’s sleep. After a 10 year struggle with insomnia and disruptive sleep, Ahna learnt the secrets to a great night’s rest, and in this episode of The Mojo Radio Show we share those secrets. 

How gratitude can help you sleep

When we’re alone with our pillow in the quiet of night, we can get lost in thoughts about what’s seemingly wrong or missing in our lives. These thoughts generate negative emotions and…

Are you thinking yourself to Sleeplessville?

If you’ve had problems with sleep for any length of time, it’s understandable that you’re concerned about your quality of sleep. But it’s vital to realize that thinking about sleeping badly, worrying about sleeping badly and talking about sleeping badly will…

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