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Monday, 23 November 2015

Check out my Lumie Bodyclock Iris 500 #Review & #WIN your own.

Check out my Lumie Bodyclock IRIS 500 Review
 & Win your own.


Over the past week I've been trailing the very interesting Lumie Bodyclock Iris 500 and have to say that I'm really pleased with how it's gone. Being a busy Mum of 3 I don't tend to get many lay ins as I have to get up early every morning to get the kiddies ready for school.

My morning wake up calls are usually one's of either loud 'Muuuuuuuum' shouts or someone's finger poking me in the head trying to get my attention. Either way, let's just say my wake up calls are not nice ones but that's what being a Mum is all about really.

So, when I heard about a clock that not only could help to wake you up more naturally but could also help you to get to sleep easier too, I was intrigued and just had to try it out.

Bodyclock Iris wakes you up gradually with light that mimics a real sunrise. The brightening light brings you more gently out of your sleep, prompting your body to reduce the production of sleep hormones such as melatonin, while increasing the levels of hormones like cortisol that helps you to get up and go. This provides a fantastic start to the day for sufferers of SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) and the winter blues, and helps anyone who is not naturally a morning person to feel brighter and more energetic first thing. It's not just a nicer way to wake up. Waking to natural light resets your sleep/wake cycle and has been shown to boost your mood, productivity and energy levels throughout the day. Our physiological body clocks are aligned by sunrise and sunset. As most of us experience a mix of early starts, late nights, weekend lie-ins and sometimes travel disruption, our internal sleep rhythms are thrown into disarray. We feel tired and stressed trying to wake up for work, school or sports training. A dawn simulator device re-sets your body clock to run in time with your day, helping you feel more awake during the day and more ready for sleep at night.


The Lumie Bodyclock Iris lets you complement the light therapy with aromatherapy by letting you add your favourite aromatherapy oils to the two specialised chambers to create a nice fragrant and calming bedtime and an invigorating waking up experience. 

I don't have a huge amount of time to stay in bed from the moment I wake up to the point where I have to get up, so I'm not sure if I got the full benefit of this body clock but I sure did enjoy the wonderful smells and colours that came from it. My overall experience using it was great, my bedroom now smells amazing and my sleep patterns are much happier. I loved having the light there by my bedside as both my son and I like having that nightlight comfort.

A Lumie Bodyclock Irir 500 would cost you around £160 which is a lot of money but it's up to you really, what price you would put on a good nights sleep and a peaceful waking?

If that's a little too pricey for you but you'd love one then here comes the best part. The lovely people over at Lumie have given me one to give away to one of you too!

The Competition:

If you would like to win a Lumie Bodyclock Iris 500 worth £160 for yourself. Simply enter using the Rafflecopter form below. It's easy to do but please be patient when loading it.


Terms and Conditions: 1 winner will be drawn at random on Monday December 21st from all the correctly made entries. Open to the UK only. The winner will be emailed after the draw.

151 comments:

  1. I wake up with my mobile phone alarm most of the time, if my children don't wake me up before the beeps :0)

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  2. Jasper wakes me up by barking.

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  3. I suffer from insomnia so I am a terrible sleeper. Needing to pee usually wakes me up - when I have been, I cannot get back to sleep so end up getting up and staying up! Doh - why didn't I do my pelvic exercises after having my kids!

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  4. My phone alarm if not my 3 year old :)

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  5. By my husband's alarm clock! :D

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  6. My cats crying for their breakfast!

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  7. I WAKE UP AT 7 OCLOCK EVERY DAY WITHOUT ANY HELP

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  8. Robert wakes me up for food !

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  9. Either my bladder because I need a wee or my phone doing that annoying 'ding' which means people are messaging me.

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  10. My dogs bark at 5 am for brekfast and I fed them so no one else in the house is woken up :)

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  11. my son or the guy next door with his motor bike

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  12. By my wife's elbow usually, I'm a heavy sleeper

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  13. My hubby's alarm going off so loudly!

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  14. Either my kids (at weekend) or my phone alarm during the week!

    AShleigh

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  15. Listening to Vanessa then Chris :-)

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  16. the kids do a good job of waking me up

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  17. I have had sleep issues for years currently I have to set the home phone, mobile x 2, tablet and laptop to wake me. It is a ongoing nightmare! I definitely suffer from SAD too so maybe this would work on both levels!

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  18. I also have bad insomnia so often have a restless few hours before my mobile alarm goes off at 7am on weekdays and way before that on a weekend by my 4 year old daughter!!!! Many thanks for running this lovely giveaway.

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  19. The baby screaming or the dog whining usually.

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  20. My boyfriend opens the curtains after his shower and lets the sunlight in, which eventually wakes me up!

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  21. I have an alarm clock and I am always the first in the family

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  22. My alarm and hot cup of coffee

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  23. My partner's alarm usually wakes me up!

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  24. I have my alarm radio with my mobile phone alarm set 5 minutes later just in case...

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  25. Usually my phone alarm or my cat nudging me to feed her ;)

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  26. I get woken by the dog wanting to go out.

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  27. I always get woken up by our daughter..and that's not just in the morning! Zzzz

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  28. I have two alarms - and I keep pressing slumber on both!

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  29. My phone is my alarm at the moment!

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  30. Either either my phone alarm, or one of my sons (3weeks and 20months) wake me up. Normally at 5am...

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  31. Either by my insomniac hub around 3am or my lark of a boy at 4.30 am x @msedollyp

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  32. By my mobile phone alarm, after snoozing at least 3 times!

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  33. By a toddler or a dog wanting to go out :)

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  34. the alarm clock

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  35. either the dog two doors down barking or my phone alarm.

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  36. My 8 month old shouting for me.

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  37. I usually get woken up by the cats but I'd love to manage the process in a more relaxed manner.

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  38. By Ian the dog wanting to play, he's five so no excuse really!

    http://www.thechatterfox.com/

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  39. by my mobile phone alarm but it's not that nice a noise

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  40. I'm a long suffering insomniac. I struggle to get to sleep and when I finally do it feels like I am suddenly and rudely woken up by my mobile phone alarm. Perhaps this alarm can help me wake up a bit more calmly and even get to sleep a bit better too ;0)

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  41. I set my alarm but the cat often wakes me before then.

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  42. Our 11 month old pug is the first to wake up (around 5am) and duly wakes me up by jumping on my throat. It's not my favourite way of being woken up...

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  43. A young child usually wakes me up by shouting MAMMY MAMMY

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  44. with an elbow in the eye from my other half....although I dont think he knows what half means as he seems to the its most of the bed

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  45. By the shrill alarm on my mobile phone

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  46. My Persian chinchilla cat pounding on my chest mewing with rancid breath for her breakfast. Her mew is piercingly loud but the accompanying head butts take the edge off. She's a 6am gal.

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  47. my husbands elbow thanks - georgina.jacobs@blueyonder.co.uk

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  48. I use the alarm clock app on my phone.

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  49. I use the alarm on my digital radio

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  50. By rhe alarm on my phone - not a nice way to wake up!

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  51. Alarm on my phone or my husband turning on the lights to get ready for work at 4am

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  52. My dog Hudson does & he jumps straight on the bed even if I'm laid there!

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  53. My alarm clock wakes me up for work every morning.

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  54. I get a cuddle from my dog to wake me every morning,

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  55. Either wakened waiting for alarm to go off or so sound I sleep through the alarm. There are 3 going off 5 minutes apart.

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  56. I get woke up either by my cat, or my alarm!

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  57. The baby crying every morning. But I don't mind

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  58. my phone usually if not awake already

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  59. Using the alarm on my phone!

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  60. My housemate stomping about!

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  61. I suffer from insomnia so most mornings it is with the alarm, after having been awake for half of the night.xx

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  62. I have two alarm clocks. One is set to go off five minutes after the other. I struggle to get up in the morning so I have to do this as I have switched off my alarm whilst half asleep before and been late for work!

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  63. Either my husband or my kids wake me up!

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  64. My other half gets up first but is so noisy I'm not usually long after!

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  65. My children @bexallum

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  66. My boys generally wake me in the morning!

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  67. A screaming newborn at the minute!

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  68. By my cat launching himself full force at my bedroom door because he wants his breakfast, so he has to make as much noise as he can to get my attention. It's not the nicest way to wake up!

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  69. I wake up myself and I'm usually up fairly early on a morning

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  70. My alarm clock tries to get me up in the morning but it's normally sheer panic that does the trick that I'm going to be late in taking my son to school!

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  71. By my 2 year old, if I'm lucky it's as late as 7.

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  72. An alarm... which I snooze loads of time because I just can't wake up!

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  73. By my husbands alarm or a small child nagging for breakfast!

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  74. I usually get woken up by my phone alarm loudly going off in my ear , or by the husbands snoring lol

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  75. I wake up around 6:30 each day when the rest of the house get up as they are not the quietest!

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  76. I get woken up by my alarm in a morning, but I wake up a lot during the night at the slightest little sound, when my alarm goes off it's normally the first time I've really got to sleep!

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  77. I get woken up by my alarm clock going off many times

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  78. My dog wakes me up with her very cold nose :)

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  79. By the sound of the (very loud) alarm at 5.55am - most unpleasant! :)

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  80. several phone alarms starting from 3am! oh the joys of being a taxi driver :)

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  81. Cat shouting for his breakfast

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  82. Cat biting my toes because she wants me to get up

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  83. I usually wake up naturally about the same time everyday

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  84. Someone jumping on my face...

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  85. Some kid or other jumping on my face

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  86. My hubby's alarm clock - it's one of those loud beeping ones and it wakes me with a jolt. I'd love a lumie bodyclock to wake me gently as I'm not really a morning person!

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  87. neighbour leaving for work at 4.30 THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!!!

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  88. My parents wake me up at the moment

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  89. By mine or my fiancée's alarm

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  90. My dogs! All 3 of them barking at the usual time of 6am!

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  91. My internal body clock! I usually wake up naturally. If I don't get to wake up naturally I'll be woken up by one of the dogs whining to go out :-\

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  92. By the basset hounds singing for they breakfast.

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  93. It takes 3 alarms to get me up in the morning

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  94. An alarm clock @jaizduck

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  95. The sound of the milkman's van pulling into the street or a sly elbow from my wife

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  96. It's 50/50 on my alarm being set for work or my two year old!

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  97. By my son hitting me in the face!!

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  98. Of course my kids wake me up every single day.

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  99. I'm usually late everywhere because I usually miss or cannot hear my alarm.

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  100. My mobile's alarm or my dog licking my face usually wakes me up :)

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  101. By alarm, and I absolutely hate it! It makes me feel horrible for the entire morning :(

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  102. My dogs wake me up every morning at 5am!

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  103. I normally get woken up by a wet nose or 2 (dogs, not hubby or child!!) telling me it's time to get moving!

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  104. By the dawn chorus of birds, all singing in joyful unison...or rather, in reality, by the permeating shrieking beep of my alarm clock!

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  105. I wake up for a wee, or in summer by birdsong.

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  106. Isabell Whitenstall20 December 2015 at 13:26

    My alarm on my phone goes off

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  107. I get woken up by mobile phone

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  108. my daughter wakes me up at the stupid o'clock

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