Night shift workers may find it tough getting to sleep during the day after working at night. I was watching a program recently on sleep and in it a couple who worked night shift were having problems sleeping and asked an expert for help. The expert had a number of tips to help them and their sleep improved.
Having a cold is difficult enough when you head out to work and all you seem to do is sneeze, sniff, blow your nose and generally feel your get up and go has decided to stay in bed which you probably feel you should be too! There are many things you can take to get you through the day but when it comes time to sleep it is a whole new level of being uncomfortable.
Have you ever wondered how stages of sleep work? For as long as I can remember I have been fascinated by the process of sleep and sleep stages. I mean what happens to us when we drift off to the land of nod? What happens to our mind and why does time go so quickly when you are sleeping? These are just some of the many questions that would stop me from getting to sleep!
How to you stop night sweats comes at a certain time for women. As if us women don’t have enough to be doing, when we hit the perimonepause and the menopause we have all sorts of things that start to happen. For example during this period in our lives our levels of oestrogen and progesterone start to decline. this has a dramatic impact upon our sleeping patterns.