Individuals will often be irritable, grumpy and miserable if
they do not have a good sleeping pattern.


Sleep expert Sammy Margo added there is also a strong link between
sleep deprivation and depression.


According to the Sleep Council, going to bed and getting up at roughly the same
time every day helps to programme a body and allow for decent
shut-eye.


Ms Margo - who is author of The Good Sleep Guide and The Good
Sleep Guide for Kids - noted in the long term a lack of slumber can
lead to more serious health implications.


"There is also the impact it can have on weight gain, poor memory
and poor performance - be it at school, work or in your
relationship," she added.


Those struggling to sleep should invest in a bed that offers the
correct support and comfort for their weight and build, rather than
focusing on just firmness.


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