We discover why people in Scotland are having sleep problems and what they can do to help themselves get a better night’s rest—a 2-minute read.
According to a BBC report, people across the UK are struggling to get a good night’s sleep since the Covid-19 outbreak began.
Researchers from King’s College London interviewed more than 2,254 UK residents aged between 16-75, and the findings were fascinating – more newsworthy than snoozeworthy.
The survey suggests more than half of the population have had problems sleeping since the outbreak.
Concerns keeping people up included money worries, health fears and general anxiety about the future.
And disturbed sleep is a vicious circle as the researchers explained. Dr Ivana Rosenzweig said: “Stress can cause sleepless nights. And feeling tired and irritable can cause more stress, so it’s a damaging cycle.”
Tips for a Good Night’s Sleep
If you’re struggling to reach the land of nod, try these four tips from sleep expert Dr Simon Kyle.
Rise and Shine
When the lockdown of the property market in Scotland ends we’re confident it will spring back into life.
We’re already seeing great interest levels from buyers and sellers keen to move on after months of uncertainty.
And while selling your home can be a stressful experience, here are the team at Scottish Property Centre’s top three tips to help you rest easier at night during the process.
We’ve plenty of other expert advice to help soothe any selling stress you might have.
It’s based on 16 years experience in the Scottish property market.
We’re confident if you choose us to help you move, you’ll be sleeping like a well-fed baby wrapped up in a snuggly warm blanket.
Stay safe, stay sensible and remember, don’t check your phone before you head off to bed.