This topic is featured in my book Answers in the Dark. You can order on Amazon here. If your working week is Monday to Friday, you might have noticed there’s something about Sunday – or for shift workers, the night before you go back to work. Your day off can start off well, maybe withContinue reading “Sunday Night Syndrome – the Back to Work Feeling that Affects Your Sleep”
Category Archives: Sleep
The Power of Naps – National Public Sleeping Day 28th February
In the UK, we are a nation of poor sleepers. According to this report, one in five of us don’t sleep well, and it’s the second most common health complaint after pain. As well as the impact on our Mental Health, The Guardian also reported in November 2016 that poor sleep is costing the country billions. Which isContinue reading “The Power of Naps – National Public Sleeping Day 28th February”
Why We Can’t Sleep (and What Can Help)
What can really help us sleep well?
World Sleep Day – 17th March
17th March is usually famous for being St Patricks Day but it’s also World Sleep Day. You might wonder why we need to focus a day of the year on sleep, when it’s something we all need and hopefully all do. In fact, poor sleep is a global problem with many countries reporting insomnia andContinue reading “World Sleep Day – 17th March”
Tired of feeling low: exploring the link between insomnia and depression
If you’ve ever had a bad night’s sleep, you’ll know how grotty you feel the next day. It’s common for people not to sleep well during times of worry or change, but as long as that period doesn’t last too long, you can usually move forward without much harm done. For most people, a coupleContinue reading “Tired of feeling low: exploring the link between insomnia and depression”
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