The vast majority of us don't get enough sleep. Current research shows that adults should be sleeping between 7 and 9 hours a night, however, more than 70% of Brits get less than 7 hours. Over a quarter of us report experiencing poor sleep quality on a regular basis and this is having an impact on our overall health. Getting a good night's sleep isn't trivial - it's as important as diet and exercise towards your health.
No one should be suffering through sub-par nights. There's plenty of steps you can take and changes you can incorporate into your life to help improve the quality and duration of your sleep.
We've put together this comprehensive guide on the biggest factors affecting your sleep and tips to start changing that right now.
In this guide, we look at...
- Diet and how food affects your sleep hormones
- When and when not to exercise
- Creating the perfect bedroom for sleep
- Perfecting a wind-down routine
- How to avoid hitting snooze in the morning
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