Do you sleep well? I mean really well? Do you wake up feeling tired, dreaming of a few more precious hours in bed? Well you’re not alone. It seems that two out of three people suffer from a lack of sleep on a regular basis. And that’s a scary statistic because lack of sleep causes more than the usual, familiar feelings of grumpiness and fatigue. If you lose out on just ninety minutes of sleep, your awareness plummets by about 32% the next day. Drivers who are short on sleep are just as dangerous as drivers who’ve consumed alcohol. Some of the most damaging man-made accidents in recent times have been caused by fatigue: Three Mile Island, Exxon Valdez, Chernobyl – all caused by tired operatives making avoidable mistakes. But there are plenty of people who sleep well every night. And the great news is that it’s now possible for you to learn how to sleep really well too. Because so much of great sleep is about our habits and behaviour. That’s right. We can learn the methods and techniques of great sleep and make them a normal, regular part of our nightly sleep behaviour. I
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