We spend around one third of our lives asleep. Sleep is vital for our wellbeing – it is like food for our brain; therefore, it is essential that we make sleep a priority, a non-negotiable in our lives. Sleep can help with alertness, memory, learning, increased immunity and boosts our mood and energy. Sleep restores our body and helps us to get ready for the next day. However, if you have been struggling with sleep, especially during the pandemic you are not alone. According to the National sleep survey 75% of people have found that their sleep has been affected.
Your future depends on your dreams, so go to sleep.” – Mesut Barazany
1. Take a look at our 7 Top Tips for getting a good night’s sleep and the accompanying sleep action plan to help set yourself goals.
2. If you are struggling to sleep, why not keep a sleep diary (download template here) which will help you to recognise if there are any patterns reoccurring which are affecting your sleep pattern.