How to sleep: How ‘revenge bedtime procrastination’ can result in poor sleep

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How to sleep: How ‘revenge bedtime procrastination’ can result in poor sleep

The NHS has several tips in order to help someone fall asleep.As well as sleeping at regular times, winding down and making the bedroom sleep frien

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The NHS has several tips in order to help someone fall asleep.

As well as sleeping at regular times, winding down and making the bedroom sleep friendly is also suggested.

On making the bedroom sleep friendly, the NHS say: “Experts claim there’s a strong association in people’s minds between sleep and the bedroom.

“Your bedroom ideally needs to be dark, quiet and tidy”.



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