sleep revolution

At least once a day, you’ll hear about how tired a colleague is, or you’ll be telling them about your own lack of sleep. Now
We all know how using our phones and devices in bed is having a negative impact on our sleep patterns.  Sleep experts suggest
It's all about routine. Try to develop a relaxing night-time routine that prepares your body and mind for sleep. It could be taking a hot bath, reading a book, listening to calming music or having a milky drink - the choice is yours! Just try and stay away from bright lights and stressful situations just before bedtime.
Teenagers who sleep for just four hours a night are three times more likely to drive drunk and engage in "reckless" behaviour
London is an incredible city, but when it's at its worst it can be loud, rude, aggressive, unpredictable and in every way a combatant to the peace and tranquility that we all need at the end of the day. Combine these negative elements with what could in all probability be a god-awful day at work and you've got just about every ingredient needed to make sure you have a truly crap night's sleep.
We would like to see the Government publish a national sleep strategy, setting out a comprehensive plan, including a 'slumber number' guideline to indicate to the public roughly how many hours sleep we should strive to get depending on our age.
I realised I was fed up with clinging to my sofa like a raft on the weekend, wishing I had the energy to do all of the things I wanted. And I was definitely fed up with feeling like I was on the brink of work overwhelming me all the time.