Get ready to celebrate World Sleep Day
March 2021   HEALTHCARE

Get ready to celebrate World Sleep Day

Discover top tips to help you sleep better this World Sleep Day, and beyond.
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World Sleep Day takes place on 18 March. Hosted by the World Sleep Society (WSS), this annual event spotlights the health and well-being benefits that come with being well-rested while raising awareness about sleep disorders.

With changes to our daily lives – and when faced with habits that are hard to break – we understand it’s not always easy to get the right amount of sleep. So we’ve compiled a quick action list to help you on the path to better sleep:

  • Discover what you can do to participate in World Sleep Day.
  • Learn about sleep cycles and how they work.
  • Get to grips with common sleep disorders and how to treat them.

Our handy tips can help you get a great night’s sleep, every night. Here are a couple to get you started:

  • Get some exercise. The best time to exercise is in the daytime – particularly late afternoon or early evening.
  • Write it down. If something is troubling you, and there’s nothing you can do about it right away, try writing it down before going to bed and then tell yourself to deal with it tomorrow.

For further information to help you achieve the health benefits of quality sleep, download our Good Night’s Sleep guide.

Please reach out to us if you have any questions. We’re at your service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

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