Overcoming those winter blues

It’s that time of year again, the clocks have gone back and the dreaded dark days and nights have returned. Its time to hibernate and long for the bright clear skies of summer. It’s the season to be bright and jolly, to celebrate and have a good time… right. For many people that should be the case, to relax and enjoy the festive season with their families and friends but that’s not the reality for many people.
We British have always been proud of our stiff upper lip and weather all manors of trials and tribulations. The problem though is that we go through trials and tribulations that are not necessary and can be overcome when we take a step back from the forest and actually see the trees.




Today’s hectic and stressful lifestyle has left many of us with varying levels of sleeplessness. There so many levels and types of sleep disorder that it is not surprising that it is such a widespread problem.
It affects people of all types, all ages (especially teenagers – believe it or not!) and all levels of fitness. Sleep deprivation due to stress, shift work, caring for children or sick family members takes a toll on our wellbeing making it even more difficult for us to cope with the many demands on our time. Broken sleep patterns can become difficult to re-establish, so it is important to use all the available techniques to prevent the odd night of restlessness becoming an upsetting problem.


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