6 Ways to reduce stress in the workplace
July 30 2018Read more
The issue is similar in Ireland; with research showing that only three in 10 Irish workers get seven to eight hours sleep a night.
While many of us may be aware of the physical ramifications of a lack of sleep, such as tiredness, yawning and fatigue, there are multiple mental health concerns that poor sleeping habits can produce.
For example, the Sleep Foundation report that those who live with sleeping conditions such as insomnia or sleep apnea are 10 times more likely to have clinical depression and 17 times more likely to have clinical anxiety.
In addition to the mental health issues caused by a lack of sleep, research has found that many of us turn to unhealthy lifestyle habits to maintain to help us sleep. 1 in 5 of us drink alcohol to help us nod off according to The Sleep Council.
Due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, many of us are spending more time at home without a daily commute taking away precious hours of our personal time.
Why not take this time at home as an opportunity to analyse your sleeping habits and add measures to improve your sleeping routine Here are a few of our top tips...
While we are living through these times of uncertainty, it’s important for us all to take extra care of our mental and physical wellbeing - and sleep is a significant part of that.
By putting these measures in place, you will start to see the many benefits of a healthy relationship with sleep can provide, such as an improved mood, less stress and even a better memory!
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