reasons you can't sleep
Posted on 30/06/2020
Often it’s the simplest things that bring the greatest reward. This may sound like a cliché, but it’s true of sleep.
A good night’s sleep is the ultimate life-affirming tonic. But as we all know, an undisturbed night isn’t always easy to come by - especially in today’s modern world, where we’re expected to be ‘switched on’ 24rs a day. Over the last decade, we have taken calls and emails from thousands of customers suffering with disrupted sleep patterns. We want to discuss the most commonly reported sleep concerns we hear about; their symptoms, health and well-being implications and our recommendations for helping to reset your sleep. It is important for us to point out that these concerns and recommendations relate specifically to temporary periods of sleeplessness - the kind of nights of racing minds or tossing and turning we all experience from time to time. If you have a longstanding sleep problem or experience disrupted sleep at least three nights a week over three months (ruling out a life crisis...) we would urge you to speak with your doctor, to ensure there is no underlying problem. For more information on chronic sleep disorders - or to assess your own sleep - visit NHS Choices.
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