According to a survey by the Sleep Council, 1 in five of us suffer from a lack of sleep and that makes not getting enough shuteye one of the most common health problems endured by a large proportion of the population.  

One of the common reasons for lack of sleep is stress. Stress is in fact a contributor to many common ailments and reducing it is often the key not only to a good night’s sleep, but also better health and well-being.   

Of course identifying that we are under stress is the easy part, doing something about it is more difficult as is finding something that may speed up the process of recovery.  

Spa treatments can be one way to reduce your everyday stresses. Aromatherapy, for example, is proven to combat stress while other treatments such as massage are also renowned for their stress reducing effects.  

Even a facial can leave you feeling relaxed because you will find yourself relaxing to some soothing music and have an opportunity to lie down and relax while your skin is moisturized.  

If you would like to book one of our relaxing treatments please don’t hesitate to book yourself in today. You deserve it. 

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