By Lisa Artis on November 21, 2017
Having trouble falling off to sleep because you’re stressed or have an overactive mind? Or do you find yourself waking frequently in the night?
Do you exercise in the evening, drink lots of caffeine after 5pm or sleep on an old uncomfortable bed?
These are all questions from our free 30 Day Better Sleep Plan which delves into individuals sleeping and lifestyle habits to find out what may be causing those troublesome sleepless nights.
We know that the majority of us want to sleep well, but not all of us can, or do. Often we don’t even know what to do to help the situation. It’s not that easy to say ‘I am going to sleep for an extra hour tonight’ because how are you going to go about doing do it?
One or two nights with disturbed sleep are generally ok (though you will probably find yourself more grumpy than normal!) but skimping on sleep night after night becomes a real problem. Chronic sleep deprivation has been linked to a number of health issues from heart disease, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity and depression.
The 30 Day Better Sleep Plan has been developed along with sleep expert, Dr Chris Idzikowski, to help people wanting to improve their sleep to prevent more serious and prolonged issues.
Access the plan through our website to answer 18 questions, from bed times to alcohol consumption to pre-bedtime routines, resulting in a downloadable semi-bespoke ‘next step’ plan.
Don’t leave it too late before you tackle a niggling sleep issue. Early detection and treatment means many problems can be nipped in the bud before they escalate.