Anxiety ''can stop people having a good sleeping pattern''
a good night's sleep.
This is according to hypnotherapist Sharon Stiles, who was
speaking after research by Premier Inn discovered the average
Briton endures 12,584 sleepless nights in their lifetime.
As well as this, one-in-20 adults wake up five times a night and
needing the toilet is the main reason for sleep being
Ms Stiles thinks that if people address the issue of their
anxieties, then they will benefit from better slumber.
She pointed to a number of lifestyle changes that can be
implemented - such as eating properly and cutting back on drinking
- to aid a person trying to rest in bed.
"The physical environment in terms of light, temperature and noise
can also have an impact," Ms Stiles added.
She stated that a poor sleeping pattern can also become an
expectation or habit and so people should take steps to try to
reverse this trend.
Posted by Michael Ewing