She’s the stylish television presenter who knows all too well about the demands of her career and motherhood.
And so, Sally Obermeder, from Sydney, has revealed an unusual sleeping remedy she swears by that helps her unwind after a long day.
Here, the glamorous 44-year-old mother-of-two shared her glowing secret to nodding off every night – and she insists the regime works wonders.
Sally Obermeder reveals an unusual sleeping remedy she swears by that helps her unwind
The glamorous 44-year-old mother shared her glowing secret to nodding off every night
The Daily Edition co-host said she simply puts magnesium oils on the soles of her feet before bedtime.
‘I do a lot of magnesium oils on the soles of my feet and it helps me sleep,’ she said in the myBody+Soul podcast Healthy-ish.
‘You can obviously put it on the knots of your shoulders, but I put it on the soles of my feet and I tell you, I am out like a light.’
She also spoke candidly about being free from breast cancer five years on following a gruelling eight months in chemotherapy.
‘The perspective that I have, I don’t think I could’ve got from any other way as massive and huge as being diagnosed,’ she said.
‘Yes it’s great getting to five years, but it’s not the be-all-end-all – anything can happen in life and we’ve got no control over anything.’
The TV presenter said she simply puts magnesium oils on the soles of her feet before bedtime
She also spoke candidly about being free from breast cancer five years on following a gruelling eight months in chemotherapy
The mother has always put on a brave face on when talking about her cancer battle and mastectomy.
Ms Obermeder initially had her right breast removed, which contained the tumour. After six months of radiation therapy, surgeons later performed a mastectomy on her left breast too.
She previously opened up about her diagnosis, and how she had to re-think her lifestyle following it.
‘I was alive, but I was dead inside,’ she told Daily Mail Australia in March, referring to her lack of energy and overall health at the time.
‘My insides were completely gone. I had no energy, my skin was grey, and I’d been through a lot,’ she said.
‘I thought, “Well, what am I going to do? I have a toddler and I’ve got a job, so what am I going to do? What’s going to make the biggest difference?”.’