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  • Unplug

    Trouble sleeping? Can't switch off? Meet Unplug – the award-winning natural sleep aid made in the UK. Its soothing blend of herbal extracts and minerals takes your mind away from your to-do list so that you can - finally - sleep.

    😴 100% satisfaction guaranteed - better sleep in 30 days or your money back.

    🧡 LOVED by fans of better sleep - check out our 5 star reviews.

    💤 Won't knock you out, just simply allows you to relax, unwind and... drift off.

    🛏️ Once you start waking up refreshed, you'll wonder how you used to get out of bed in the mornings.

    Free UK shipping above £50.

    Great sleep starts from within

    How does Unplug work?

    How much sleep is enough? A good rule of thumb is to aim for 7-9 hours each night. Lots of things can affect night waking - try keeping a sleep diary so you can monitor how often you’re waking and crunching down those crucial sleep hours.

    Getting enough deep, restorative sleep is crucial to waking up refreshed. If you use a wearable sleep tracker, pay attention to shifts in REM sleep during the first few nights of taking Unplug.

    If you don't have a tracker, try keeping a note of your dreams in your sleep diary as these can also be an indicator.

    We all have 24 hours in the day, and sometimes it's hard to get to bed earlier. That's where sleep latency, or sleep onset, becomes so important. This is the time it takes to fall asleep once you're in bed, which is why setting yourself up for sleep is so important!

    Sometimes night awakenings can’t be avoided so the time it
    takes to get back to sleep after waking in the night can be just as important to upping those sleeping hours as the time it takes to get to sleep in the first place. Which is why conditioning the mind and body for rest is so imperative.

    NIGHT 7

    By the end of the first week of avoiding screens near bedtime and other activities that are counterproductive to sleep, you’ll start to notice positive effects.

    NIGHT 21

    You may want to extend your library loans: bedtime reading seems to get shorter and shorter...

    NIGHT 45

    As sleep improves, you can expect to feel more refreshed in the morning.

    NIGHT 90

    You wake up less often in the night and when you do, it’s easy to fall back asleep.

    NIGHT 180

    Your new normal has set in. You expect great sleep, every single night.

    Sleep Deeper