Today, we get an extra hour in bed, so naturally it's been proclaimed National Sleep In Day.

Luckily, our trusty bloggers know exactly how to have a wonderful night's sleep. So, to celebrate that 60 minutes of additional sleep heaven, we've gathered together their words of wisdom.

Here's a little night-time reading...

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  • Insomnia on the Rise in the UK

    Insomnia is a difficult and persistent sleep disorder, one that can come about for many reasons and, once evident, can linger for months or even years. It's also a sleep disorder that is on the rise in the United Kingdom.

  • Five Ways to Enhance Your Energy

    Energy, liveliness, get-up-and-go, oomph, (or whatever you like to call it) is required for making positive changes to your body, life and world. In the same way that 'like attracts like' in relationships, from a universal perspective, 'life attracts life. Energy attracts energy and what you want is made up of energy.

  • Which Fruit Could Improve Your Sleep by 35%?

    When I wrote Relax In A Minute, the chapter people asked about more than any other was the one on sleep. I was surprised at just how many people struggle with dropping off and sleeping deeply. So is it possible that eating fruit before bed could possibly help?

  • Braingasms and Towel Folding - The ASMR Effect

    So is it possible that something so easy to trigger, which feels so great, really has no harmful side effects? Slight headaches, tiredness and nausea are listed as possible reactions but - aside from blissful sleepiness - I've yet to experience any of these. The only slight downside to ASMR is that it's a little addictive.

  • The Secrets Of My Success

    Lately I've been encountering a lot of fantastic people with one thing in common; a burning desire to know how I do it. So I decided to write a piece explaining my secrets so that you can also do it.

  • Dying to Sleep?

  • Till Sleep do us Part!

  • Which Fruit Could Improve Your Sleep by 35%?

    When I wrote Relax In A Minute, the chapter people asked about more than any other was the one on sleep. I was surprised at just how many people struggle with dropping off and sleeping deeply. So is it possible that eating fruit before bed could possibly help?