It is with great sadness that we announce that Simon Edwards died on 21 January 2018, after suffering from cancer for three years.

As Simon helped so many people and really changed their lives I thought you would like to honour him and join us at a memorial event to celebrate his life which is to be held on 19th June 2018.

For more information please email

Sleep Loss

Sleep deprivation can be so debilitating that it can ruin everything – from relationships, to health and careers and continued sleep loss can have serious side effects

Simon commonly hears Insomniac Clients telling him:

“I cant sleep, I need a good nights sleep, I have a sleep problem”.

We all have times when there is a ‘logical’ reason why our sleep patterns are disrupted or inconsistent, maybe because of pain, problems at home or at work or relationships or money worries etc?

These worries can mean that temporarily, it’s really hard to fall asleep or get back to sleep when waking in the middle of the night because we have ‘things on our mind’ and ‘our minds are buzzing’ – but for some it’s more serious.

For these people, the symptoms don’t get better even when they have recovered and their ‘problems’ are resolved. Rather than being able to change their sleep patterns back to how they once were, they experience the new and debilitating habit of being awake whilst everyone else is asleep.

After trying home and homeopathic remedies, sleeping tablets and developing strange nocturnal habits, the feeling of ‘jet lag’ turns into feelings of desperation as the habit of sleep disappears to be replaced by the habit of being awake.

Then disappointingly, the associated symptoms of irritability, exhaustion, lack of libido, memory loss, fatigue, lack of appetite and concentration etc seem to become the new reality.

So what is next?

Simon changes the negative habits using MindMeasuring™ which re-calibrates the levels of stress, worry, anxiety, tension and nervousness and any other issues that may have been the original catalyst for the loss of sleep.

The advise that Simon gives to all of his new Clients is to first visit their GP or a Qualified Medical Professional to discuss the symptoms of sleep.