Sleep - The most important part of the day

On these hot muggy nights it can be difficult to get a good nights sleep. Sleep should account for about a third of our lives but many of us struggle to get a good nights rest. We've all heard the stories of certain people like Margaret Thatcher surviving on 4 hours sleep a night or Leonardo Da Vinci sleeping for 15 minutes every 4 hours. Whatever the reality most of us need a good 8 hours sleep to be rested, recovered and ready for each day. Sleep deprivation is one of the oldest torture methods there is, so how do we ensure a good nights sleep? Here's 10 things you should know about sleep. 1. Routine - Avoid the lazy weekend. Babies like routine and we're all babies, just some of us have g

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