Tag Archives: sleep and mental health

Sleep deprivation can stop you feeling positive, according to research

A few restless nights can leave you feeling worse than tired We’re all familiar with a bad night’s sleep. When we struggle to drift off, or find ourselves waking frequently throughout the night, it can have a snowball effect on our ability to function the next day. From excessive tiredness to heightened irritability, the impact […]

The role sleep plays in your mental health

Looking after ourselves has never felt more important, and sleep has a vital role to play in this   With the coronavirus still disrupting daily life for all of us, it’s understandable that we’re all feeling a little more stressed than usual. The uncertainty of the current situation has led to increased levels of anxiety […]

The role of sleep in your mental health

Improving your sleep quality goes hand-in-hand with improving your wellbeing It’s no secret that sleep is an important part of staying healthy. It gives your body the rest it needs, but it’s also vital for your mental wellbeing too. Around one in four people experience a mental health problem every year, and as many as […]

Why a better sleep routine should be top of your New Year’s Resolution list

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With the dawning of a new year comes the chance to refresh your sleep habits Whether you want to get fitter, healthier, more productive or achieve that next promotion in 2019, January is the time to put the plans in place that will help you achieve those goals. But don’t overlook how important a good […]

Sleep matters: how a good night’s sleep affects your wellbeing

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We’re exploring the role sleep has to play in benefitting our mental health Mental health and wellbeing has become a growing topic of discussion over the last few years, across all walks of life. There are many different factors that can affect our mental health – from our diet and exercise routine to our social […]

Research suggests that simply thinking you have a sleep disorder could cause health concerns

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Worrying about not sleeping could be just as bad for your sleep health as an established sleep disorder, creating a vicious cycle A review published in Behaviour Research and Therapy suggests that thinking you have a sleep problem, even if you don’t, can be just as detrimental to your wellbeing as actually suffering from a […]