Quite an interesting fact - "For something that we each spend around a third of our lives doing, one in three of us regularly struggle with the symptoms of insomnia."
This article and those attached to it provide us with some helpful hints and tips for getting more sleep....everybody loves a lie-in but are they more trouble than they are worth?
Does waking up in the middle of the night mean I haven’t had a good night’s sleep? Not necessarily. In fact before the 18th-Century Industrial Revolution, it was considered completely natural to sleep in two cycles – having an hour’s break in between when people used to read or pray. However, waking up is a symptom of inadequate or poor quality sleep. When you wake up in the morning, you should feel awake and ready for the day ahead.