Getting a good night's sleep is vital for mental wellbeing, says Newark and Sherwood GP
It is well known that sleep and mental health are linked but did you know that it is the quality of sleep you get, not necessarily the amount, that is important? writes Dr Thilian Bartholomez (pictured) in his latest column.
You may have noticed that your sleep patterns have changed since the lockdown began and you may be experiencing difficulty getting to sleep or wake up in the morning still feeling tired. And, with the weather getting warmer, it is more likely that you may find it more difficult to sleep.
So, what can you do during lockdown to improve your sleep?
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