We all know that a good night’s sleep is essential for your general wellbeing. But good sleep doesn’t always come easily. The result: feeling exhausted in the morning and fatigued during the day. “Sometimes, these problems point to a problem in our routine,” informs Lisa Artis, Sleep Advisor from the Sleep Council. “One of the common complaints we get is people find it really hard to drop off,” she says. We quizzed her about the latest sleep research, how to identify problematic patterns and what simple tricks can improve your slumber.
Article written by: Marius Thies